Support us

Cover photo (2)At present, funding for music, the arts and university societies in general is increasingly difficult to obtain and makes every part of fundraising vital, small or large.

KCLSO is an integral part of King’s College London and the other London Universities and Conservatoires community, involving undergraduate and postgraduate students alike, from a myriad of subjects. The orchestra would hugely benefit from any donation you could make to support us. All donations will be invested into KCLSO, from: hiring new and challenging music such as musical theatre, film music and contemporary music; playing in more locations across London outside of King’s College premises enabling larger productions and larger audiences; to the purchase of new and essential equipment for the orchestra such as more stands, percussion, lighting and everything that contributes towards the infrastructure of the orchestra.

By supporting us, either as a Friend of KCLSO or corporate sponsor, you will be helping KCLSO provide its members with many opportunities. Including enabling these members to gain valuable and varied orchestral experience through performing challenging and exciting repertoire to the highest possible standard.

If you would like to support KCLSO in any capacity (creatively and/or financially) please contact directly.

Thank you for your support. 



Friends of KCLSO

This season (2017/18) we are going to continue our exciting ‘Friends of KCLSO’ scheme and we would appreciate your support by becoming a Friend. In return we hope you will enjoy these great benefits!

Join for just £30 for the whole academic year and as a Friend, you will receive the following exclusive benefits:

  • 2 x free tickets to any KCLSO concert
  • Up to 4 tickets at a 20% discount reserved in advance, to any KCLSO concert
  • Access to a regular exclusive newsletter updating you on the orchestra’s latest activities and upcoming projects
  • Your name (with permission) in concert programs and on website

Our funding is very limited and the cost of running such an orchestra can be very high. We are also aware that finance can be a barrier to membership and we hope our Friends’ scheme will alleviate any financial burdens for members of the orchestra.

If you would like to become a Friend, please fill in the online form below or email with any queries or questions!


We would like to thank our friends who have supported us so far:

Mr Paul Bassett
Mr Anthony Blaiklock
Mrs L. Breingan
Mrs Trish Bryant
Miss April Chamberlain
Miss K. Cunningham
Miss Dorothea Hackman
Mr & Mrs John Lockey
Mr Ian Morris
Mrs Wenna Thompson
Mrs Catherine Twomey
Mr Paul Twomey
Mrs D. Winup
Miss Jierong Zhao

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