Bristol Song Recitals has always been run on proceeds taken from donations at the end of concerts. This has helped cover the costs of the venue hire, and has also allowed us to occasionally pay something to the performers. 

However, more money will help us to plan better and to schedule more imaginative concerts with a wider variety of singers.

This is your chance. A huge variety of options are available for supporting the series, and getting your name, brand or good will in front of an eager audience. 

Possibilities include:

  • Sponsor a whole series, and have your name, logo and as part of the series title 
  • Sponsor individual concerts, performers or individual pieces 
  • Sponsor leaflets, programmes and other literature
  • Become a patron
  • Become a voluntary steward
  • Offer spaces for us to perform/work in (for salon events, workshops and masterclasses, etc)
  • Administration, design, PR

If you can offer any help, please contact us via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or use the contact form here.

 

 

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Recitals coming up...

View more upcoming Song Recitals in the Bristol area by clicking here

pocketOperaarnosvaleflyerA4_forPOII-1.png 26 Nov 2017 Pocket Opera II

Pocket Opera are back with a new 'opera' based on well-known Mozart arias and ensembles. Plus a set of seasonal songs - including some surprises!

Arnos Vale, 2.30pm
NiallHenleaze171129.png 29 Nov 2017 Songs - Mélodies - Lieder

Niall Hoskin and Stephen Brown celebrate 70 years of Bristol's twinning with Bordeaux and Hannover with a recital including music by Beethoven, Fauré, Brahms, Poulenc, Tippett and Somervell. A great way to celebrate the city's continental links. Tickets £8, available on the door

7.30pm, Trinity-Henleaze United Reformed Church
AngharadandLeeDavid.png 20 Feb 2018 Bristol Cathedral Lunchtime Recital

Angharad Watkins and Tenor Lee David Bowen perform arias from Puccini to Wagner alongside German Lieder and French Melodie. 

1.15pm, Bristol Cathedral

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