Guildhall School Trust

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Music and drama entertain and inspire and have the power to transform lives. Each year, nearly half of the School’s students receive some kind of scholarship support, made possible thanks to the generous donations of individuals, organisations and companies. Many more young people need that same support to take up a hard won place or to share their talent with local communities and audiences here and around the world. 

Please join us in giving what you can to help us provide scholarships for the current and future students of Guildhall School of Music & Drama alongside support for other essential projects at the School - all aimed increasing access and fulfilling artistic potential.

Joao Seara - BMus, Double Bass

I am very grateful that the School believed in me and gave me this opportunity.

– Joao Seara, BMus, Double Bass


Annual reports & policies

Read more about the difference your donation makes by downloading the Trust's annual accounts.

Guildhall School Trust Report Accounts 2016-2017.pdf
Guildhall School Trust Report Accounts 2017-2018.pdf
Guildhall School Trust Report Accounts 2018-2019.pdf
Guildhall School Trust Report Accounts 2019-2020.pdf
Guildhall School Trust Report Accounts 2020-2021.pdf
Guildhall School Trust Report Accounts 2021-2022.pdf

Our Gift Acceptance Policy

Our Privacy Notice (Advancement)


Thank you for your interest and support - without it, too many talented young people will miss the opportunity to pursue their dreams and make a difference to the communities their music and drama reaches. If you'd like to come along and meet one of our Trustees or experience first-hand a music of drama performance, please get in touch with us.  

- Deborah Lincoln, Chair, The Guildhall School Trust

The Guildhall School Trust is a registered charity number 1082472


For more information, please contact

Rachel Davis, Senior Development Manager

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