Give the Gift of Music

And transform lives this Christmas

The choir of Coventry cathedral

Like you, we believe cathedral music is a gift for life. Everyone deserves the chance to experience the extraordinary power of choral and organ music. 

In these challenging times for the arts across the UK, the future of cathedral music is facing greater uncertainty than ever before. Cathedral Music Trust is determined to create a world where people from all backgrounds can benefit from a vibrant and well-resourced cathedral music scene which enriches our choral tradition for years to come. But we need your help to achieve this. 

Will you help us transform the lives of people from all walks of life through choral music this Christmas? The future of this tradition relies on the generosity of people like you. 

You can help us share the thrill of choral music with new and diverse audiences and provide opportunities for our communities to experience and participate in music-making in their cathedrals and churches. Your support will contribute directly towards our programmes and partnerships that aim to support excellence, broaden participation and increase the long-term sustainability of the cathedral music sector in the UK. 

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How your support makes a difference

Give the gift of music this Christmas and help transform lives now and for years to come

  • £20 could give a young child their first taste of choral music though a cathedral's education programme
  • £50 could uplift and inspire a budding keyboard player with an organ experience opportunity
  • £150 could enable a child from a rural area to become a chorister in their local cathedral through the provision of a travel bursary
  • £500 could provide specialist voice coaching for a newly appointed cathedral Choral Scholar

Will you support our musicians this Christmastide?

Please, give the gift of music – and keep our choirs singing for years to come.

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