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Become an NCEM Patron







NCEM PATRONS SCHEME

The National Centre for Early Music is a thriving arts organisation which runs a year-round programme of concerts, festivals and educational activities. Supported by the Arts Council of England and a variety of trust funds, the NCEM is now offering an opportunity for music lovers to invest their support and become part of the NCEM's future. 

There are currently two different levels of support - Supporters and Champions, see the benefits below. If you are interested in becoming an NCEM Patron, please contact the NCEM's Director, Dr Delma Tomlin MBE at delma.tomlin@ncem.co.uk or ring 01904 632220.

SUPPORTERS
  £500 pa

Benefits include: 

    •    Free membership of the York Early Music Festival Friends organisation
    •    An invitation to the opening reception at the annual York Early Music Festival
    •    Recognition on the NCEM website and in the Festival programmes
    •    Seasonal newsletters
    •    Priority booking
    •    Reserved seating at the NCEM and other selected venues



CHAMPIONS
  £1000 pa 



Benefits include: 
All the benefits offered to NCEM Supporters plus:

    •    Invitations to an exclusive series of musical suppers at the NCEM hosted by Director Delma Tomlin, offering
         opportunities to hear and meet emerging young artists and established performers
    •    Opportunities to attend selected open rehearsals and to meet musicians from across a wide range of 
          musical genres
    •    Priority booking and use of a dedicated priority booking line

NCEM Patrons will be asked to gift aid their annual contributions. NCEM Patrons can pay annually, quarterly or monthly at your convenience. Please check with NCEM's Accounts Administrator, Mrs Cherry Fricker on support@ncem.co.uk  

Open an application form from the link below

Patron Scheme Form - 2013.doc

You can also support us by joining the Friends of York Early Music Festival, making a donation or leaving a legacy .
 
Thank you