top of page

Business Support Scheme

Staging concerts costs more than we earn in ticket revenue, even with a full house. Venue, professional orchestra and soloists all have to be paid, and grant-funding for amateur arts groups is limited. The support that the Choir receives from its sponsors and 'Friends' enables it to maintain a high standard of live concerts. Sponsoring the Choir or booking advertisements in our concert programmes can be cost-effective publicity, reaching an audience of several thousand adults.

Platinum £1,000

A fully tailored package to suit your requirements.

Gold £500​

Business name listed in all concert programmes.

Full-page advertisement in each programme.

Special event sponsorship opportunities.

Two complimentary tickets and hospitality at our three annual concerts.

 Silver £300​

​‪Business name listed in all concert programmes.

Half-page advertisement in each programme.

Two complimentary tickets and hospitality at the concert of your choice.

Bronze £150​

Business name listed in all concert programmes

Half page advertisement in each programme

All Sponsors will be offered a weblink through our website.

If you would like to support the Choir, please

​contact Susan Mason on 020 8788 9390 or 07713 793193  or

email or

complete the contact form here

Thames Philharmonic Choir is a registered charity no 274247.

Become a Friend

Individuals can become 'Friends of Thames Philharmonic Choir'. The support from our Friends helps provide the Choir with an assured annual income. In return, Friends can purchase reduced-price tickets and be kept up-to-date on forthcoming concerts and activities. The annual subscription is £25.

     To subscribe please email 

Linda Kirby, Friends Group Secretary,

Our Sponsors

Special thanks to..


TPC plays an active role in the life of our community, supporting, among others, The Royal Hospital for Neurodisability, Regenerate-Rise and the Doverhouse Lions Youth and Disability Football Club. We are delighted to partner with our sponsor Winkworth Putney for annual carol singing in aid of The Royal Hospital for Neurodisability. 

bottom of page