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Sage Gateshead is an amazing centre for music, presenting the very best the world has to offer, from our very own Royal Northern Sinfonia to Sting and everything in between. Our music learning and participation programme works at grass roots levels in the heart of local communities with all ages and abilities, using music to increase aspiration and confidence in young people and adults throughout the North East of England.

Ticket sales alone are not enough to fund the breadth of what we do and our work is made possible by the generosity of people like you.

10th Birthday Appeal

Sage Gateshead 10th Birthday Appeal - support Sage Gateshead a registered North East Charity, as it provides music participatio...

Take Your Seat

Take Your Seat – Support Sage Gateshead and sustain the future of music in the North East and in return name one of our s...

Donate Now

Every gift large and small is important. Please donate today.


Seven of our world renowned Royal Northern Sinfonia members are putting their reputations on the line for...

24 Hours of Folk

You can take part in a world-record attempt 24-Hour Folk Session and help support Sage Gateshead in our 10th birthday year!

Why we need your support

Sage Gateshead needs your support; find how your donation can help sustain the future of music in the North East.

Become a member

Become a Sage Gateshead member. As one of our charitable supporters you will enjoy benefits such as discounts, free events so y...


Become a Sage Gateshead individual supporter and enjoy benefits that bring you closer to the music.


Become a Corporate supporter of Sage Gateshead. A North East Charity that is building the future of music in the region.

Trusts and Foundations

Find out how you can support our Sage Gateshead music learning and participation programs.

Our Supporters

Each one of our donors makes a real difference by supporting the work of Sage Gateshead. Thank you.

Gift Aid Declaration

For past, present & future donations North Music Trust (Charity number 1087445) If you’re a UK taxpayer, you can increa...