Leave a gift in your will

Help us share the joy of music with future generations by leaving a gift to the RSNO in your will. All legacy gifts will help support the work of the Orchestra for years to come, ensuring we continue to bring music to a new generation of children, young people and adults right across the country.

Leaving a gift in your will to the RSNO is very straightforward. For further information on how to leave a gift, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.

Get in touch with us

If you would like to discuss any of this further, or simply let us know you would like to leave a gift in your will, please to get in touch with our Individual Giving and Partnerships Officer Kirsten at kirsten.reid@rsno.org.uk

Thank You

Thank you to the many people who have made a real and lasting difference to the future of the Orchestra by leaving a gift to us in their will. Your pledges have helped us to secure a vibrant future for the music you love.

The Iain and Pamela Sinclair Legacy

Our Friday Night Club performances would not have been possible without this generous legacy. The Iain and Pamela Sinclair Legacy supports the RSNO Archive, which allows us to record all our performances at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. It is these archive recordings that provided the audio for our weekly Friday Night Club concerts.

The Lillie Bequest

Each year the RSNO dedicates a concert to a remarkable man, Dr Robert Lillie. His legacy had a direct impact on the structure of the RSNO, allowing us to build the RSNO Foundation and, through the Foundation, fund touring across the globe and recording projects.

Mrs Evelyn G Moore

Part of Mrs Evelyn G Moore’s generous legacy was used to purchase the Orchestra’s timpani. Martin Gibson, the RSNO’s Principal Timpani at the time, selected the instruments which were handmade by Lefima in Germany.

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