BREMF is very grateful to its funders

We would like to thank the many trusts, foundations and organisations who are supporting our work in 2018/19.

BREMF Early Music Live! is funded by:
  • Angus Allnatt Charitable Foundation
  • The Fenton Arts Trust
  • Fidelio Charitable Trust

Our early opera double bill Beauty, Love & Death is funded by:
  • Arts Council England Grants for the Arts
  • The Dutton-Downing Trust

Canto Fiorito and Musica Antiqua Salzburg's concert is supported by:
  • European Commission programme 'Creative Culture'
  • Lithuanian Council of Culture
  • Lithuanian Ministry of Culture

Flauguissimo Ensemble and Consone Quartet's concert is supported by:
  • Swedish Church in London - Thora Ohlsson Cultural Fund

Thanks also to Tedeco Ltd.

In addition, Brighton Early Music Festival acknowledges support for past projects from the following organisations:

  • Albert & Eugenie Frost Music Trust
  • The Ambache Charitable Trust
  • The Angus Allnatt Charitable Foundation
  • The Arts Trust of Brighton & Hove
  • Awards for All
  • The Behrens Foundation
  • The Brian Mitchell Charitable Settlement
  • Brighton & Hove City Council
  • The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
  • Culture Ireland
  • The D'Oyly Carte Charitable Trust
  • The Dutton-Downing Trust
  • The Early Music Network
  • East Brighton Trust
  • Ernest Cook Trust
  • The Esmée Fairbairn Foundation
  • The Fenton Arts Trust
  • Fidelio Charitable Trust
  • The Fonthill Foundation
  • The Foyle Foundation
  • The Garfield Weston Foundation
  • The Garrick Charitable Trust
  • The Golden Trust
  • The Golsoncott Foundation
  • The Gurney Charitable Trust
  • The Hargreaves & Ball Trust
  • Idlewild Trust
  • The J Paul Getty Jnr Charitable Trust
  • The Leche Trust
  • Lucille Graham Trust
  • The Lynn Foundation
  • The Mazars Charitable Trust
  • The Michael Tippett Musical Foundation
  • The Nugee Foundation
  • The Patrick Rowland Foundation
  • The Paul Hamlyn Foundation
  • PRS for Music Foundation
  • The Radcliffe Trust
  • Southern Water
  • The Stanley Picker Trust