Now more than ever we need your support to continue to make ground-breaking new opera and to shape accessible, inclusive opportunities.
You can connect with Mahogany’s music, theatre, and people by donating as an individual, a business, or through a grant from a trust and foundation. Each gift has an impact on what we do.
Like all arts organisations, Mahogany Opera, together with the artists we support and the children and audiences we serve, has been greatly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. Your support will help us to survive this crisis and respond creatively to changing situations.
Becoming a 360 Supporter is the best way to support Mahogany Opera.
As a 360 Supporter you give the essential 360° all around funding that allows us the time and resources to craft our ambitious programmes and to build the strong partnerships needed to underpin the sustainability of Mahogany and the resilience of contemporary music theatre in the UK.
Please contact Caroline McKoen to discuss making a regular donation to support Mahogany Opera or set up a direct debit via the Charities Aid Foundation by using the ‘Donate' button below.
Snappy Operas is our award-winning education programme that contributes to improving children’s learning, health and social development.
Snappy Opera Supporters believe in our vision that every child should experience opera before they leave school and recognise the value of joyful and creative music making in primary schools.
One of the best educational experiences I have ever had the pleasure to be involved in. The results and impact it had on the children’s confidence, self-esteem were moving to see.
Snappy Operas Class Teacher
As a Snappy Opera Supporter you are helping to build strong school communities across the UK, supporting teachers in gaining skills and confidence in using the arts, creating opportunities for music educators to develop new skills and approaches for working in primary schools, and helping to remove barriers to the arts.
We are very grateful to the current Snappy Opera Supporters who are making possible our work with Sandgate School in Kendal:
The Innovation Fund is at the heart of our commitment to commissioning and producing new work, to supporting artists and their creative processes, creating opportunities to build relationships and nurture ideas, and forging partnerships with other companies and organisations.
As an Innovation Fund Supporter, you provide the transformational giving that supports our commissioning and allows us to produce new operas. The Innovation Fund also supports Mahogany Opera's Various Stages programme, providing opportunities for artists to create new work in new ways.
Each one of our new commissions aims to connect with the world around us, opening up a space for self-reflection while also embodying the change we hope to see in our sector and our society. In one hand, we hold up a mirror – reflecting the world as it is here and now. In the other, we hold up a window onto an alternative world of possibility.
Frederic Wake-Walker, Artistic Director, Mahogany Opera
The Innovation Fund was inspired by a legacy gift from entrepreneur John Hughes. John was passionate about innovation in many different spheres, and we are proud and fortunate to be able to continue his legacy in partnership with our supporters. We use the Innovation Fund together with support from individual donors responding to appeals, with major gifts from philanthropists and from first-time commission supporters - from people who want to be part of bringing something new to life.
If, like John Hughes, you would like to leave a lasting legacy, you can remember Mahogany Opera in your will.
If your business is interested in supporting creative work, we’d love to talk to you about opportunities for sponsorship and commissions.
Please contact Caroline McKoen to talk about our making a legacy gift or sponsorship.
We are very grateful to our current supporters without whom our work and our company would not be possible.
The support we receive from Trusts and Foundations is vital. We are committed to creating exciting, important new work in the most inclusive and accessible ways possible, and to developing the very best in new opera and music-theatre for everybody. Trusts and Foundations are essential to making that happen.
We are very grateful to many trusts and foundations for their support including, recently:
For more information, please contact Caroline McKoen or click the button below