In Nevis, our musicians are definitely family. And every audience member who happens upon a performance joins that family too. Our supporters are also an integral part of that Nevis family and we want you to feel involved in what we are doing, and show appreciation for how you as individuals help us realise our ambitions.
With five levels of support, and giving starting at £4 a month, we hope that many of our audience members and fans will be encouraged to become part of the Nevis family. If you would like to make a one-off donation you can do so here.
‘I’m sending this email to thank you for the joy and happiness you brought me today when you’ve performed. Your music has honestly brightened up my day, and I’m pretty sure everybody felt the same. Thank you so much. God bless you all.’ Muna, Glasgow
Ongoing support from generous individuals is vital in helping us to reach communities all over Scotland. From older people in care homes, to those experiencing homelessness, and from shoppers in supermarkets to children in care, Nevis reaches out to everyone in our community saying “Yes! We came for you!”
‘I just wanted to say a great BIG thank you for entertaining my son with special needs yesterday in Saltcoats. I was told that whilst he was moving his arms, your orchestra played music in time to his movements. My boy just loves music and you’ve made him so happy.’ Catherine, Saltcoats
How can you help?
Join the Nevis Family today and help us to bring music to everyone, everywhere. Click on the photos below to see how you can help Nevis to take music to everyone, everywhere. You can pay monthly or in one annual lump sum, and every amount is appreciated. Support as a Goat Fell member starts at £4 per month.
‘Take the orchestra out of the concert hall, and that is when you will truly notice the real power and importance of music. Projects like this are rare but vital and I am so fortunate to have been a part of Nevis Ensemble. From my experience in the orchestra, I have learnt that the arts are special, not just to those who take part through performing, but more importantly to those communities that rarely have the opportunity to hear high quality music performed live.’ Jenny, saxophone with Nevis