Your support allows us to provide a select group of emerging young performers the opportunity to develop artistically at a critical stage in their education and professional life. Fellows benefit from coaching sessions and master classes with English Concert musicians and from performances on their own and with The English Concert.

How You Can Support the Fellowship

  • Financial Support: Your contribution allows us to provide a one-time stipend to each Fellow upon their selection and to ensure that Fellows are paid professional artist fees at every TECA-sponsored event
  • Sponsor a Private Concert: An opportunity to host a concert in your home
  • Support Travel: Your contribution helps us to fund travel costs for Fellows to participate in English Concert events in the U.S. and to bring English Concert players to the U.S. to conduct master classes with the Fellows
  • Attend Fellows Concerts: your presence at events is important support for these young performers as they build their musical careers
 English Concert Principal Violinist Nadja Zweiner (far left) and Artistic Director Harry Bicket (at harpsichord) lead Juilliard Historical Performance students during a Master Class.

English Concert Principal Violinist Nadja Zweiner (far left) and Artistic Director Harry Bicket (at harpsichord) lead Juilliard Historical Performance students during a Master Class.

 English Concert Principal Cellist Joseph Crouch (left) discusses the nuances of bow technique during a coaching session with Juilliard Historical Performance students.

English Concert Principal Cellist Joseph Crouch (left) discusses the nuances of bow technique during a coaching session with Juilliard Historical Performance students.

 English Concert American Fellows Augusta McKay Lodge, Jeffrey Girton, and Kieran Campbell, with guest harpsichordist Bradley Brookshire, rehearse for a performance at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

English Concert American Fellows Augusta McKay Lodge, Jeffrey Girton, and Kieran Campbell, with guest harpsichordist Bradley Brookshire, rehearse for a performance at The Metropolitan Museum of Art.