It costs Cambridge Summer Music around £150,000 each year to bring world-class music and musicians to venues across our historic city.
As a registered charity which receives no regular public funding, our success depends on the support of individual supporters and local businesses. Please read on to find out how you or your business can help CSM in various ways.
JOIN THE FRIENDS
Join over 100 dedicated individuals who make Cambridge Summer Music happen as a donor through our Friends Scheme. All Friends receive priority booking for all concerts, priority seating for all unreserved concerts, and an invitation to our annual private reception.
“I support CSM because it offers a real and very uplifting opportunity to see and hear talented musicians playing wonderful music.”
Join over 50 local people who make Cambridge Summer Music happen by volunteering as a concert steward. You’ll help our audiences to enjoy our concerts to the full – and to enjoy the concerts you’re helping at for free!
“I have been a steward for five years, and it’s a delightful way to spend the last two weeks of July”
It costs us around £150,000 each year to bring world-class music and musicians to Cambridge. You can make a one-off or regular donation of your choosing at any time. To donate securely online, please complete our user-friendly form, powered by Enthuse.
Alternatively, we can accept cheques made payable to ‘Cambridge Summer Music’ and posted to us c/o Aston Shaw, 2 Trust Court, Histon, Cambridge CB24 9PW.
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“I have counted it a privilege to give financial support to help this vibrant festival continue to achieve new heights of excellence.“
Your business could reach more than 15,000 local, national and international concert-goers each year with Cambridge Summer Music, whether as a festival or concert sponsor, advertiser, or in-kind supporter.
“Cambridge Summer Music offers local businesses so many memorable settings in which to connect with a very wide audience. “