Scottish Ensemble violinist Daniel Pioro

Sometimes having Strings Attached can be a really good thing.

Join Strings Attached today.

Strings Attached is Scottish Ensemble’s membership club, which offers individuals benefits (which increase in line with your donation) and ways to become more involved in our work.

Although we receive public funding as one of Creative Scotland’s Regularly Funded Organisations, we rely on the generosity of our individual supporters to help us meet our additional annual fundraising target of £150,000 per year.

Donations of any level are gratefully received and help ensure that we can realise our ambitious plans and continue to bring our unique musical offering to the communities of Scotland and beyond.

If you’re interested in supporting our work, we offer a variety of ways to give – see below for more information about each level of membership below.

If you’d like to discuss a Strings Attached membership in more detail, please contact:

Nicolas Žekulin (Interim Development Manager)
0141 332 4747

Or, if you’d like to join Strings Attached today, you can do so on our Donate Online page.

If you’d would like to buy a Gift Membership for someone else, you can do so on our Gift Membership page.


Single £30 / Couple £50

Scottish Ensemble’s Friends are a loyal group of supporters from across the country who enjoy getting closer to SE and sharing their love for our music. Their donations are a vital strand of support for our work and their generosity over the years has brought performances, commissioning projects and education programmes to life.

Benefits of being a Friend:

  • Early notice of concerts
  • Invitation to an annual Friends’ reception
  • Access to a network of like-minded music lovers
  • Regular newsletters keeping you up to date with Scottish Ensemble
  • Special offers on new Scottish Ensemble CDs


£100 – £499

Scottish Ensemble Fellows play a fundamental role not only in supporting the group’s talented players, but also in helping us to ensure that as many people as possible are able to enjoy the powerful and rewarding performances that we are known for.

Benefits of being a Fellow:

All Friends benefits plus…

  • Invitation to selected Scottish Ensemble rehearsals
  • Invitation to an annual special event, e.g. an exclusive and intimate recital given by SE’s outstanding
  • Acknowledgement in selected concert programmes


£500 – £999

All previous benefits plus…

  • Four complimentary tickets for Scottish Ensemble concerts in Scotland
  • Assistance from the SE office when booking your complimentary tickets
  • Invitation to Scottish Ensemble’s season launch
  • Regular e-updates


£1000 – £2499

All previous benefits plus…

  • Additional two complimentary tickets for SE concerts in Scotland (totalling six)
  • Opportunity to become involved in a project that reflects your interests
    Possibility to have your name associated publicly with a project

SE Circle


All previous benefits plus…

  • Additional two complimentary tickets for SE concerts in Scotland (totalling eight)
  • Opportunity to hold a private reception at a Scottish Ensemble concert