Leaving a gift in your Will is a remarkable and unique way to support the Philharmonia Orchestra. It is also a wonderful way to make a meaningful contribution to the work of the Orchestra during your lifetime without giving anything now.

Philharmonia Orchestra: Legacies

Find out more about remembering the Philharmonia in your Will with Double Bass player, Simon Oliver.

A message from the Interim Managing Director, Alistair Mackie

"Like most charities, the Philharmonia has sustained its position as one of the world's great orchestras throughout the decades thanks to the continued support of our patrons.

Whether you have supported us loyally from the very start, attended or participated in our important education projects, listened to our recordings or have recently attended your very first Philharmonia concert, you are part of the circle of support that we simply couldn't live without. Every gift makes a difference, and we are grateful for them all.

Something important to think about in your planning for the future is how you can support the causes most dear to you through a gift in your Will. Legacies provide an important and ongoing source of income for the Orchestra, preserving its heritage and helping to secure its future. Perhaps there's a specific element of the Philharmonia's work that you have particularly enjoyed throughout your life, or perhaps the Orchestra has simply been a huge source of enjoyment for you over the years. As you watch this film, I hope you will be able to see and understand the full breadth of the Philharmonia's work as an innovator, educator, and world-class musical institution.

Legacies enable this work to happen. Please remember the Philharmonia in your Will, and safeguard the work of this magnificent orchestra for the enjoyment of future generations, forever.

With your support, anything is possible."

Alistair Mackie, Interim Managing Director

You can learn more about legacies in our frequently asked questions section.