SUPPORT YOUR PASSION
Making a monthly gift is a way for you to be more involved in what you love most about Town Hall Symphony Hall. Completely tailored to you, you can choose how much you want to give, and which aspects of our work you wish to support.
CHOOSE THE AREA OF OUR WORK YOU WISH TO SUPPORT:
Aspiring Talent, Associate Artists & Exciting Commissions
Help support up-and-coming artists, develop talent in Birmingham and create opportunities for young people.
Learning & Engagement Activities
Everyone remembers their first concert – the excitement and the goose bumps. Help us bring that experience to thousands of children from local areas. With your help, we will create musical experiences that leave lasting memories.
Maintaining our Halls & Technical Equipment
Our iconic Halls are beautiful inside and outside, and with your help we can continue to keep them in pristine shape and excellent working order. Your contribution will also go towards our backstage areas, instruments and technical equipment, so we can continue to welcome the world’s best artists and orchestras.
Where it’s needed most
Your donation will be used towards all areas of our work. In addition to the other 3 areas, this includes creating inclusive content on our website, purchasing new music software for the Patrick Music & Multimedia Studio, and helping facilitate transport for youth groups who wouldn’t be able to come without financial assistance.
Project Soundlounge is a youth led arts project for young people aged 16-25 that allows us to programme and produce our own music festival at THSH. The Project has provided myself and many others with the opportunity to take our first steps into a career in the arts. The life experience and expert knowledge that I have been able to access has been invaluable - something I could not have gained elsewhere. Project Soundlounge is a truly unique and wonderful experience that would not be possible without the generosity of our funders as well as THSH so thank you!Lucy Mulgrew, Project Soundlounge Fellow 2016.