Opus24 Sponsorships
Support a Pianist and play a key role in the career of a rising star

The Leeds is renowned globally for its ability to identify and nurture the next generation of world-leading pianists. At a pivotal point in their careers ,we offer our musicians a major international platform and an unparalelled career development programme with world leading industry figures. As a charity, we need your support to do this.

We invite you to play a transformative role in our Competitor’s journey by becoming a member of Opus24 – your personal and philanthropic support will enable our young pianists to take their first steps towards realising their dreams in Leeds and beyond.

The chance to sponsor a pianist for the 2024 Competition will be open on 15th July…

To find out more, please contact us:

Opus24 | £4,000

  • A profile of your pianist and a personal message of thanks

  • Complementary programme signed by your pianist

  • Priority access to your pianist’s full First Round recording before public release

  • Invitation to a drinks reception with the Jury and artists

  • Invitation to private Artist’s Welcome Reception and Second Round Draw

  • Priority ticket booking and access to VIP lounge

  • Acknowledgement in print and online


24 world-class pianists will be invited to Leeds in September 2024 to compete for our First Prize. Each Competitor will be matched with an Opus24 member by random draw – your sponsored artist may even be our next Gold Medal Winner!

We will introduce you to them, share their story and invite you to exclusive events during the Competition, when you’ll have the opportunity to meet your pianist and hear about their experiences first-hand.

If you can’t join us in person, we’ll connect you with your artist and share exclusive content to recreate the excitement of the Competition wherever you are in the world.

A donation of £4,000 will cover the cost of hosting one pianist at the Competition, including their accommodation, travel and hospitality. Up to three individuals can contribute towards the support of a pianist as a syndicate.

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