Added November 2013
From this year, the British Police Symphony Orchestra is inviting its friends to join it in an exciting new venture, helping to ensure its future and its continued support of a wide range of charities. In 2014, the orchestra celebrates 25 years of wonderful music making and, through your patronage, we hope to be able to continue for at least another 25.
Patronage of BPSO will not be a one-way street. BPSO is offering its patrons closer involvement with the orchestra, together with a choice of privileges throughout the year.
You could become a Life Patron or an Orchestra Patron and help ensure the survival of the orchestra whilst receiving invitations to VIP events and discounts on BPSO’s concert tickets.
Perhaps you know a young person who would like to spend time with the orchestra? In which case you could become a Young Players’ Patron and nominate someone to play with the orchestra during a rehearsal day.* They would sit amongst other players of their instrument and gain a fantastic understanding of how an orchestra works and experience the thrill of creating great music first hand. This would make
a great gift for young players keen on expanding their playing experience.
If you are a former player or non-playing member of BPSO (formerly the Police National Orchestra), why not become an Alumni Patron and re-ignite your relationship with BPSO.
If you are interested in learning more, BPSO would be delighted to hear from you. Please contact Helen Creedy at firstname.lastname@example.org, or take a look at the flyer.