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Name a Seat

Join fellow University of Liverpool alumni and friends who share the belief that music and the arts matter.

We are delighted to offer the unique opportunity for you to name a seat in our brand new auditorium. 

Music is important to us. It is for this reason that we are investing in a new space to celebrate the arts – a dedicated Music Performance Space. Combining exemplary teaching and learning facilities, state-of-the-art lecture theatres and audio-visual equipment, it will ensure that the University will continue to be a top choice for students of all disciplines worldwide.

Auditorium

The Tung auditorium will be located at heart of the building and will seat 400 with space for a 70-piece orchestra.

Put your name down in history

By naming a seat, your gift will support our mission of making the world’s greatest music accessible for everyone. Supporting activities including concerts, lectures and exhibitions, the Music Performance Space will unite people of all ages and backgrounds.

Seat with name plaqueFor a minimum gift of £250, your dedication will be engraved on a plaque and affixed to a seat in the Tung Auditorium, where it will remain for the lifetime of the seat. Gifts can be made in full or in monthly instalments.

In recognition of your contribution you will receive a personalised thank you from us and an opportunity to visit your seat, upon the opening of the Music Performance Space in September 2021.

Whether you choose to name your seat for yourself or your family or for someone special who always sits beside you, you will be supporting our mission to bring this wonderful new facility to the University and the city.  

Be part of our story

We've saved you a seat. Now put your name on it.

Make a donation. Once you have made your gift you will recieve a follow-up email with instructions on how to make your dedication. 

When I heard about the plans to establish a Music Performance Space within the University, I was pleased to be able to show my support in a tangible way. My hope for the Centre is that it will not only be for the benefit of the academic staff and students, but the city as a whole, in particular for schools, youth groups and up and coming musicians who deserve to have their talents appreciated.

Maureen Constantine (BA Social Science 1970)
Catherine Tackley

Making an impact

Professor Catherine Tackley, Head of Music at the University of Liverpool, on the vision for the new Music Performance Space and the positive impact that it will have on our students and the local community.