Become a Patron and support the future of great choral music in Worcester!
Worcester Festival Choral Society presents some of England's highest quality choral performances outside the capital. If you love choral music and would like to enjoy these superb concerts on a more regular basis - as well as helping to ensure we can bring the joy of choral music to others in the future - why not consider becoming a WFCS Patron?
Our special package of Patron’s benefits offers ticket priority, the opportunity to be more closely involved in the Society and, importantly, to proactively support the Arts in our wonderful County.
You will also have the satisfaction of knowing that you are assisting with the considerable running costs of the choir. The much valued support we receive from our Patrons helps us to ensure the continuation of top-flight concerts, artists and orchestras, all in the magnificent setting of Worcester Cathedral, keeping Worcester at the forefront of great choral music.
In addition to priority booking, Patrons receive a ticket of their choice for each of our three concerts, interval refreshments in the Chapter House and a complimentary programme for each concert (in which your name is acknowledged as a supporter).
Our Patrons will receive our bi-annual e-newsletter, the Choral Chronicle, updating them on the Society’s latest activities, together with invitations to take part in our social events.
Please join us for our 2022-23 concert season!
If you are interested in becoming a Patron for the next available season, please download our most recent Patrons Guide or contact our Patrons Secretary Anne Renshaw, tel 07810 823322 or email her using our contact form
Enjoy the benefits of our Patrons’ package, knowing that your valued contribution supports the Society’s aims in bringing high quality choral concerts to Worcester Cathedral.
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