Classical Music Agency Launches Pioneering Crowdfunding Scheme

LONDON, January 7, 2015 / CrowdFund News Beat UK

Pioneering classical music agency Noel Music Management is offering philanthropic music lovers world premieres, private concerts and even whole festivals held in their name as part of a new crowdfunding scheme

With crowdfunding becoming increasingly popular Noel Music Management has brought the relatively new fundraising method to the classical music industry. Music lovers and philanthropists alike can give between £40 and £10,000 to receive VIP tickets and backstage access to concerts featuring the agency’s 13 professional soloists and 140 strong orchestra in venues across the UK.


As a top tier Patron you can expect rewards including a concert featuring the NMM Symphony Orchestra held in your name, a piece dedicated to you by a leading composer, VIP tickets to the world premiere of your commissioned piece as well as a scholarship awarded to a young musician in your name. If you provide support in excess of £10,000 you can have an entire festival or concert series named after you.

“With the funding we receive we will promote concerts using our four core principals, disrupt, inspire, educate and include” says Managing Director Tremaine Richard-Noel. “By creating profitable we can regenerate funding offering individuals an effective way to support the arts”.

Noel Music Management is expected to raise in excess of £200,000 enabling the organisation to promote an additional 150 concerts per year across the UK. More information about the scheme can be found at

Notes to Editor

· Noel Music Management (NMM) launched in November 2013 with funding from the Start Up Loans Scheme

· NMM has a roster of 13 soloists , 2 chamber groups and 140 orchestral artists

· Has an international presence with offices in the UK and Germany and artists performing in France, Germany, China, Switzerland, Taiwan and Chile.

Tremaine Richard-Noel
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telephone. +44(0)20-3773-5301
SOURCE Noel Music Management

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