Camden Music Trust is a local charity dedicated to ensuring all children and young people in Camden have access to an enriching music education regardless of any challenging circumstances – such as living below the poverty line or with a disability. The charity supports and delivers projects through the Camden music service, part of Camden Council.
Camden Music Trust and Camden music service are organising the 2018 Camden Music Festival. This special concert celebrates the musical achievements of over 2,000 children and young people from Camden primary and secondary schools. The festival takes place at one of London’s most famous music venues, the Royal Albert Hall, and is one that the children will remember for the rest of their lives. Over 3500 councillors, teachers, celebrities, parents, local businesses, journalists and many more come together under one (rather magnificent) roof to enjoy the music, energy, creativity and inclusive nature of the borough of Camden.
We are looking for like-minded companies to support the event. We have a range of sponsorship options available, from smaller to larger levels of commitment, or we could develop a bespoke package should you prefer.
If you think that this is something you would like to get involved with then please contact Julie@camdenmusictrust.org for more information. You can also contribute by donating to the Camden Music Festival fundraising page.
Patron: David Walliams
Charity registration No: 1126046
Supported by Arts Council England, The Andor Charitable Trust, Chapman Charitable Trust, The Derek Hill Foundation, The Friends of Camden Music, Garfield Weston Foundation, John Lewis Partnership, John Lyon’s Charity, R.K Charitable Trust. The Clothworkers’ Foundation, The Joseph Mindel Trust, The Mercers’ Company, The Richard Reeves Foundation, The Thistle Trust, The Trusthouse Charitable Foundation, The Woodward Charitable Trust, Wellcome Trust and The Worshipful Company of Fan Makers.