The generosity of our individual supporters plays a key role in ensuring that we can continue to present excellent programmes.
We have different ways you can get involved:-
Chairman Circle - The aim of the Chairman’s Circle in Hereford and Gloucester and the Wigornia Circle in Worcester is to fund a single major concert during festival week. This year the Hereford Chairman's Circle is supporting Bruckner's mighty Te Deum and Mendelssohn's Lobgesang in the concert on Wednesday 1 August. Please download information/ pledge form to see how you can get involved. (click to get the pledge form)
Sponsor a concert – Are you an Elgar enthusiast, a Finzi fan or Parry person? Have you ever thought about supporting soloists like Sarah Connolly or Roderick Williams? Or are you keen to see younger generations are involved with the festival? Make your mark on the Three Choirs Festival by supporting an event, soloist or ensemble. Please contact Genie Dyke to discuss how you can get involved.
Festival Society – founded in 1996 the Three Choirs Festival Society helps support the festival financially and to create a social network of like-minded Three Choirs Festival enthusiasts. Membership fees make a genuine contribution to the cost of putting on the festival year.
Three Choirs Festival Foundation – the Foundation was formed in 2014 to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the festival. Set up as a separate registered charity, the Foundation was created to financial underpin the Three Choirs Festival by providing annual revenue funding for each festival as well as building an endowment to ensure the long term financial security of the festival.
The American Friends of the Three Choirs Festival – The American Friends are an eclectic group that have two things in common; we are from the United States and we are passionate about the Three Choirs Festival! The American Friends support the work of the Three Choirs Festival help raise the awareness of the festival in the United States. Please download our brochure to find out how you can get involved. (link to brochure)