Concert Diary

Play, Inspire, Achieve.

  • 16November, 2019

    Page To Stage: Music For Mental Health

    West Bromwich Town Hall

  • 14December, 2019

    Something Magical

    West Bromwich

Since you're here...

we have a small favour to ask. More people than ever are being helped back into work thanks to our players, and our outreach work is helping more and more people in our community - but this year has been the most difficult ever to raise the grant funding we need in order to keep going. We really don’t want to increase ticket prices – we want to make our concerts open to all, including the most disadvantaged in our community. So, you can see why we need to ask for your help. The People’s Orchestra is a charity. We play great music but importantly we help lots of people back into work: 270+ to date. Our staff help students gain great marks for university projects too. We are not influenced by billionaire owners, politicians or shareholders. We’re volunteer led, inclusive and diverse. And this gives us the power to say yes to all sorts of community causes. It lets us challenge the norm - and prove a point. Being different works. And at a time when music teaching in schools is declining, and funding for school orchestras is at an all-time low, we need to expand to fill the gaps and support those who need us. It’s what sets us apart from so many others. The People’s Orchestra's long-term sustainability relies on the support that we receive directly from our followers. And we would like to thank all those who are helping to make our future secure. But we cannot stop here. As more of you offer your ongoing support, we can keep investing in quality music and community support. We can remain a strong, progressive force that is open to all. If everyone who attends our concerts or reads our news makes a donation, our future would be much more secure. For as little as £1, you can support The People’s Orchestra – and it only takes a minute. Thank you.