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Joachim Sabbat and Tristram Cooke as The Doctor and The Madman in Lo Spedale, Sands Films

Enabling a Haven for Early Music

Musica Antica is committed to bringing neglected music back to life, and making it as accessible as possible, both to a diverse audience and fellow musicians.

Ensuring that ticket prices are affordable is one of the most important factors in allowing people to join us for the first time, and your generosity helps us keep tickets to our concerts at no more than £10, and with £2 tickets available for children, students of any age, and jobseekers. 

Donations of any kind help us continue our work - creating opportunities for performers to explore rare repertoire, creating more free, modern editions of manuscript and early printed sources, many of which would otherwise go unperformed - and planning more ambitious seasons year on year without altering our pledge of complete accesibility.


As a thank-you for donations of over £50, you will receive an invitation to an annual friends' concert, held in one of London's many historic houses.

You can donate online via the window on this page or by cheque sent to:

Musica Antica Rotherhithe

85 Speed House,



We are a HMRC-Recognised Charity (ZD18843), and if you are a UK taxpayer, your donation could be eligible for Gift Aid - allowing us to claim a further 25% of your donation from HMRC at no cost to you.


If you are a Higher Rate taxpayer, recording your donations could also reduce the amount of income tax you are liable to pay. 


You can indicate that you would like Gift Aid applied to your donation when purchasing a ticket, when donating via the Charities AId Foundation, or by completing a Gift Aid Form, which you can find here.


Our Trustees are Keith Wallace, Eleanor Kavanagh-Brown and Chris Jeanes.


We are hugely grateful to all those who gave towards our work this year, and to the foundations who have made our 2023 tour of    I Ritratti possible:


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