Sign up to our Regular Giving Programme for as little as £5 per month and join our growing family of dedicated and generous WARRIOR members who have committed to help us develop talented young people into the artists and music leaders of the future through our programme of learning and performance opportunities.
Stay closer to the work of Tomorrow’s Warriors. You’ll gain access to special ticket offers, exclusive behind-the-scenes opportunities and insights from the team, plus the benefit of knowing that your support is helping our young musicians to thrive and grow.
£+ we are grateful for whatever you can afford and your regular donation will contribute to all the work of Tomorrow’s Warriors
£500 will pay for a development session led by an inspirational Tomorrow’s Warriors music leader for up to 25 young people
Session Band member £1250 a year – your support will enable us to continue to give young people the opportunity to benefit from our world-class music education, especially those with a background from the African Diaspora and girls, who are often under-represented in the music industry
House Band Member £2500 a year – your support can cover the cost of a Tomorrow’s Warriors band recording, filming and livestreaming an exciting live music session safely distanced in a professional studio, ensuring our emerging artists can continue to gain performance experience.
Big Band Member £5000 a year – your support could pay for one term of weekly ensemble development sessions and rehearsals and up to three performances for our extraordinary Youth Ensemble when we are safe to return to performing in front of a live audience
All Stars Membership £10,000 a year – your support could provide an opportunity to pay for the production and marketing of six themed concerts by Warriors bands featuring the future stars of jazz when it’s safe to restart our monthly live jazz programme
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