Mozart’s Piano Concerto Patrons

Mozart’s Piano is Aurora’s greatest adventure to date: a five-year project which for the first time in the modern era gives British audiences the opportunity to hear all 27 of Mozart’s piano concertos performed in a single intimate venue by the same orchestra. Add to that a roster of guest soloists which includes some of the great pianists of our age, and a diverse wealth of other repertoire from Bach to Birtwistle, and you have the makings of something very special indeed.

Launched at Aurora’s Kings Place home in January 2016, such an ambitious undertaking requires substantial investment. Just as Mozart was reliant on the support of benefactors to bring his concertos into existence almost 250 years ago, so too are we grateful for the support of a group of 21st-century patrons who are enabling us to mount this unique cycle of concerts.

Our Concerto Patrons scheme invites supporters to ‘adopt’ a concerto either individually or as a group. Mozart’s Piano Concerto patronage in 2020 starts from £3,500 per concerto. In exchange for your gift you can expect:

  • A pair of tickets for the relevant concert
  • A copy of a Bärenreiter study score for the concerto, signed by the conductor and soloist
  • Name credit under the concerto listing in the concert programme
  • Name credit under the Mozart’s Piano supporters list (all series concert programmes and Aurora website during year of gift)
  • Access to the closed general rehearsal on the afternoon of the concert
  • Free interval drinks for two people

Join us in making the final year of the series a success. To discuss support for a particular concerto, or the series, please contact Caroline Harris, Director of Development & Strategic Planning on +44 (0)20 7014 2804 or

Aurora gratefully acknowledges support from the following Concerto Patrons to date:

Series supporters
An anonymous patron
Nicholas & Margo Snowman

Concerto Patrons
An anonymous patron
Andrew Blankfield & Bernadette Hillman
Nicholas & Emma Hardie
David & Eleanor Harte
Emily Ingram
Irene Mackay
The Marchus Trust
Gillian & John Shakespeare
Nicholas & Margo Snowman
Suzanne Szczetnikowicz
Louis Watt