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Friends of the English Arts Chorale


Do you enjoy attending concerts
and other social activities?

Would you like to contribute to
the achievements
of a thriving and friendly choir
that performs music of outstanding quality?

As the EAC performing and recording programmes continue to develop, we are also delighted to be expanding the role of our Friends, the heart of our audience. The Friends are a group of like-minded people who enjoy being involved in concerts and part of our wider choir family.

With our latest CD now on sale and our 40th anniversary season to look forward to, including a performance at London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall on the South Bank, this is an exceptional time for the EAC. Contributions from Friends will enable us to employ professional orchestral players and soloists, and are vital for us to perform outstanding concerts.

How we support the Friends
We have an enthusiastic team dedicated to caring for the Friends and managing the events. Our aim is to treat you as cherished members of our family. We are always keen to hear your ideas about how your role and participation might develop.

Benefits of being a Friend
-    Free pre-concert receptions with opportunities to meet musicians (two tickets per Friend)

-    Friends’ social events and meetings, to share ideas and hear guest speakers

-    Newsletters with updates on our plans and aspirations

-    Invitations to join the choir members at our friendly socials such as dinners and quiz nights

-    Invitations to travel with the EAC and share the social and musical experiences of performing in other parts of the country and abroad

-    Recognition of your support on our website and in concert programmes, (if you wish)

Membership levels
To join the Friends, you are invited to make a minimum donation of £30 a year.
We offer three levels of membership which include extra benefits. All offers are per membership year.
                  Donation           Extra benefit

Level one          £30         Standard reserved seating for two guests at local concerts
                                          One free programme at 3 local concerts

Level two        £100         50% discount on 2 tickets (up to £20)
                                           Prime reserved seating for four guests at local concerts

Level three      £250        2 free tickets (up to £25 in total)
                                           Prime reserved seating for six guests at local concerts
                                           Being named in concert programmes as sponsor of an
                                           orchestral player, twice a year.
                                          Exclusive concert packs sent a week before the concert,
                                          with information about the music & musicians

Friends’ memberships are considered charitable donations and are eligible for Gift Aid where applicable. We want our Friends group to be open to all, so please contact us if you would like to be considered for a concessionary rate.

How to become a Friend
To become a Friend or to find out more about joining the group, please email Catherine Nasskau, our Friends Secretary, at


The English Arts Chorale is an ambitious choir based in Reigate, Surrey, which performs in world-class venues such as St John’s College, Cambridge, and London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall, as well as serving its local community with events in Surrey and Sussex churches. Our last season included performances of Britten’s War Requiem in Winchester Cathedral and Tewkesbury Abbey; and premieres of Paul Carr’s Stabat Mater in Reigate and Cambridge. A recording of the Stabat Mater is included on our latest CD, ‘Radiance’.


Your contributions will help us develop and present
our acclaimed programme of concerts,
learning events and recording projects.

We hope you would like to join us and
become part of our thriving and happy community.


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