‘Giving to Samling allows me to offer my support for the highest quality music making, now and in the future.’

John Haggith

How you can help

By donating to Samling Institute, you are helping brilliant young artists to fulfil their potential, giving them life-changing experiences through our two core programmes.

Your support could open new and exciting opportunities to an early-career artist on our Samling Artist Programme. Or you could help students in North East schools to find their voice through Samling Academy.

Our unique model of training and performance brings together world-class artists with stars of the future, engaging and delighting audiences. Your support will ensure that this high-quality music-making thrives, now and in the future.

You can make regular or one-off donations through our CAF Donate page or at any of our events. If you’d like to talk to us more about how you can help, please contact us via the details below, or visit our information desk at any of our events.

Legacy giving

Samling Institute looks forward to providing learning and performance opportunities for talented young musicians for many more years to come. Leaving a gift in your will to Samling Institute ensures that your love of music lives on through the young artists we support. Each legacy we receive directly contributes to the development of the next generation of young classical artists.

You may wish to direct your gift to a specific area of Samling Institute’s work such as Samling Artist Programme or Samling Academy. Unrestricted bequests, however, allow us to direct funds to where they are most needed.

For more information or a confidential discussion regarding your ‘In Memoriam’ gift or leaving a legacy to Samling Institute, please contact us.

‘Samling offered me a unique experience at a time in my career when I was just emerging into the professional world. It was an experience in my life like no other, before or since, and has shaped me as an artist. It still informs my work today.’

Samling Artist Sally Matthews