In recent years the generosity of those who became Members, Patrons or Sponsors ensured that Sligo Festival of Baroque Music did not make a loss. We would ask you to consider giving support to the festival at whatever level is appropriate to you.

We need financial assistance, but it is no more important than other forms of support. Please do contact us if you can help in any way.

Feel free to click the link below to download our accounts:

Ways you can support the Festival

  • Become a member, patron or sponsor (see below)

  • Offer hospitality to our visiting performers

  • Or help in other ways by giving your time

We will be enormously grateful for any help you can offer, which will all go towards the music – the administration is entirely voluntary.

The Sligo Festival of Baroque Music is a Registered Charity and our Charity Number is CHY 20848

Thank you,


We are grateful to all our sponsors, patrons, donors and supporters, who help to make the festival possible. As well as those named below, we would like to thank Barbara and Paddy Rolleston, FCC Chartered Accountants, John Flanagan, Lizzie Kinsella, Luisa McConville, Margrit Fahy, Mary Bell, Mary McDonagh, Nicola Cleary, Emma Smith and Ronan Kelly. Also special thanks to Rod Alston, who founded the festival, and has now retired as artistic director.

Arts Council of Ireland

Clayton Hotels

Con Brio, Sligo Music Series

Deirdre Cooke Opticians

Eileen Monahan

Forás Éireann

Glasshouse Hotel

Hegarty Armstrong Solicitors

In memory of Patrick Gordon

In memory of Teresa & James Storey

Mayo Sligo Leitrim ETB

M. Sommer

Mullaneys Solicitors 

Music Generation Sligo

Nolan & Quinlan Architects

OSD Digital Agency

Porter Ford Dealership

R. and H. Perceval, Temple House

Seán Feehily Funeral Services

Secret Gardens of Sligo

Simeon Gillan

Sligo LEADER Partnership

Sligo Park Hotel

Sligo Development Association

The Model

Wards Pharmacy

Patrons and Donors

Lyons Café

McHale’s Sawmill

Martin Reilly Motors

Mary McDonnell, Tír na nÓg

Mary Martin

Michael J. Horan Solicitors

Mullaney Brothers

Tom Ford

Allied Irish Bank

Brendan McCormack

Call of the Wild

Clifford Electrical

Dr. Timothy Dunne

Gabrielle and Denys Tims

John Coleman

Jones Oil