Share in what makes NYCGB so special.

It is our goal that no singer who is offered a place will be precluded from participating in our programmes due to financial reasons. In 2017 we are aiming to raise £8,000 in funding through our Friends Scheme to provide financial assistance and subsidise course fees for young people who without this support would struggle to take up their place in the choir for financial reasons.

Every little helps, and for just £10 or £20 per month on Direct Debit, or a one-off donation of £40, you could enable a young singer to attend a residential training course.

As a Friend of NYCGB, you will be the first to hear about forthcoming concerts for each of our nine choirs, learn more about our activities and witness the inner workings of NYCGB with exclusive access to rehearsals and special events throughout the year. 

You can become a Friend of NYCGB by joining online today at any of the levels below.

Bronze Friend                             As a Bronze Friend you will enjoy advance information and priority booking for NYCGB promoted concerts and regular updates about NYCGB news and activities



Silver Friend

As a Silver Friend you will enjoy all Bronze privileges in addition to

  • An invitation to attend a pre-concert rehearsal at the concert venue
  • Advance information for National Youth Chamber Choir Performances
  • One complimentary programme for two NYCGB performances
  • Acknowledgement of your support in our concert programmes




Gold Friend     

As a Gold Friend you will enjoy all Silver privileges in addition to

  • Exclusive invitations to visit residential courses to observe rehearsals 
  • Invitations to attend concert receptions with special guests and the NYCGB team




The Friends Scheme is one of many ways that you can support NYCGB. If you are interested in making a larger donation please have a look at our Vocal Supporters scheme by clicking here.

If you would like to know more, please get in touch. We would love to hear from you:

Rob Colbert | Acting Director of Development

[email protected]

0191 383 7353