We need your support more than ever to continue to perform for you the music we all love and to secure our company’s future.
The concert halls are closed, but the music will continue.
Exquisite music enriches our lives and quickens our spirit. When temporarily lost in the serenity or tumult of an orchestra in its full voice we are enlivened; we discover new worlds of emotion and encounter the remarkable power of our imagination.
Sharing the great joy of music makes our lives better. Today, we believe that the need to share the joy of music is greater than ever. However right now, with 84% of our revenue being self-generated and with the concert halls dark, the company faces a major challenge. But we are committed to continuing the music.
We need your help to support our talented artists and musicians who will create the future of Baroque in Australia.
Read letters and see photos from our musicians spread across Australia below.
On 13 July 2020 we revealed an immersive new digital content platform called Brandenburg One. On this inventive new stage we share with you the joy and passion of Baroque music whenever you want and wherever you are.
Brandenburg One features a fortnightly series of newly produced performances by the brilliant Brandenburg musicians of J.S. Bach’s works for unaccompanied instruments. These profound works for solo violin, cello, lute, flute, harpsichord and other instruments will showcase the immense talent of Australia’s finest period musicians as they perform the music of the genius composer whose compositions inspired the conception of the orchestra in 1989.
© Katelyn-Jane Dunn
Brandenburg One also features additional new recordings, archival concert footage, curated playlists, in-depth podcasts, and instrument, composer and musician profiles. This new platform allows our talented musicians to keep performing the music they love for the people they love performing for - you.
Right now it is unfortunately not possible to purchase tickets or subscriptions. Some of you have already generously donated, and we are sincerely grateful for this support. You can help or further help us create new music to enjoy by supporting our musicians with a tax-deductible donation today.
Or if you are considering other ways you would like to support the future life of the company, please contact our Philanthropy team by phone on 02 9096 4232 or email email@example.com
The concert halls may be closed, but our work continues as we prepare new music for you to enjoy and for us to share.
Join our journey into the future of Baroque. Please donate today.
From our musicians
Principal Baroque Double Bass
Read Rob's letter here - Click on the picture of Rob's recipe below to view on a new screen.
Soprano, Brandenburg Choir
Read Anna's letter here.
Read Natalia's letter here.
AS A NOT-FOR-PROFIT ARTS ORGANISATION, EVERY WAY YOU GET INVOLVED MAKES A DIFFERENCE.
How to make a donation to the Brandenburg
We invite you to make a tax-deductible donation today and support the home of Baroque for generations to come.
You can make a tax-deductible donation in the following ways:
- Online: Click here to be redirected to our secure donations page
- By mail: Click here to download and complete our donation form
- By phone: for direct deposit details, please call us on 02 9096 4232 and ask for our Philanthropy Manager
If you are considering other ways to support the future life of the company, please contact our Philanthropy team by phone on 02 9096 4232 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Donations to the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra of $2 or more are tax-deductible* and a receipt will be issued.
*Register of Cultural Organisations under subdivision 30-B of the Income Tax assessment Act 1997.