Add your voice to ours by getting involved
When you support Brecon Singers, you are ensuring that the long history of high quality choral music continues in Brecon. Since 1966, the choir has performed a broad repertoire of light music and choral music including many of the major sacred works.
We are a registered charity whose aim is to promote music making and provide quality concerts for the people of Brecon. The cost of putting on our concerts often involves the hire of orchestras and soloists and your support provides a great contribution towards recouping some of these expenses.
There are many ways to help. You can sing with the choir or attend one of our concerts - or all of our concerts! Sponsors and Patrons are a vital part of donations to the choir. Your donations make a difference and help us keep our ticket prices accessible to the community.
Patrons are asked for an annual minimum donation of £25 for a single (£45 for a couple). In return, we show our appreciation by giving you:
- Seat reservations if required.
- Acknowledgement by name in our concert programmes and notification in advance of our concerts
- An Invitation to join us for drinks before concerts.
if you would like to be a patron, please click below for the following forms.
In addition, we are always looking for companies or individuals to place an advertisement in our concert programme. The current price for a half page advertisement is £30 and £50 for a full page advertisement .
Sponsors are welcomed who wish to make a significant donation to support a single concert or a financial year. Sponsors can be recognised in a variety of ways depending upon their level of support. We would be happy to hear from you to discuss your sponsorship further.
If you have an interest in supporting our choir in any way, please submit the form below or email email@example.com and we will contact you. Brecon Singers is a registered non-profit charity. Your contribution may be tax deductible.
Brecon Singers would like to thank you in advance for all your support.