London Philharmonic Orchestra’s ‘Sounds & Sweet Airs’ Gala

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The London Philharmonic Orchestra’s ‘Sounds & Sweet Airs’ Gala will take place on Wednesday 27 April 2016 in the beautiful surroundings of the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich.

We now invite you to take part in our silent auction for the chance to win some exceptional lots.  

Bidding could not be easier - just click on the lot that you are interested in and enter the amount you would like to bid. You will be asked to register at the point of placing your first bid and winners will be informed by email shortly after the close of the auction on the evening of the event. 

You may bid on as many lots as you like and as the auction is open to all before the event we encourage you to involve those friends and contacts who are not attending the evening. 

This auction will run until midday on Tuesday 26 April and will then go live on the evening of the 'Sounds & Sweet Airs' gala.  Any proxy bids will be carried through to the live event - by placing a proxy bid with your maximum amount you will be able to bid against guests at the gala even if you are not in attendance.

We are very grateful for your support. All funds raised through the silent auction online will go towards the core work of the orchestra, from the most exciting concerts to our wide-ranging Education and Community Programme, allowing us to create extraordinary experiences. 

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A bespoke hat by celebrity milliner Cozmo Jenks
Lot 2
£ 250
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Pair of tickets to Tristan und Isolde at Bayreuth
Lot 3
£ 250
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Tickets, Dinner and Tour at Glyndebourne
Lot 5
£ 750
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Private Steam Train Experience in Windsor
Lot 6
£ 90
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"Adagietto Conclusions" painting by Caroline Tate
Lot 7
£ 120
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Case of 12 Single Vineyard Villa Maria Wines
Lot 8
£ 475
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Premium opera tickets & dinner, Royal Opera House
Lot 9
£ 110
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Tea at Fortnum & Mason with Sheila Hancock CBE
Lot 10
£ 50
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Private Trumpet Lesson with Paul Beniston
Lot 11
£ 100
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Private Violin Lesson with Pieter Schoeman
Lot 12
£ 70
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Private Cello Lesson with Kristina Blaumane
Lot 13
£ 50
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Private Harp Lesson with Rachel Masters
Lot 15
£ 90
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Private Flute Lesson with Sue Thomas
Lot 16
£ 50
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Private Trombone Lesson with Mark Templeton
Lot 17
£ 310
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Centre Court at Wimbledon - 5th July 2016
Lot 19
£ 250
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Rolls-Royce Driving Experience
Lot 21
£ 750
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Signed Oil Painting by Charles Martin Powell
Lot 22
£ 50
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Private Viola Lesson with Susanne Martens
Lot 23
£ 125
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Behind-the-Scenes at Classic FM
Lot 24
£ 250
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Tickets to Dior Cruise Show SS17, Blenheim Palace
Lot 25
£ 30
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Family Ticket for T20 Blast at The Ageas Bowl
Lot 26
£ 350
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Aston Martin Factory Tour
Lot 27
£ 300
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Four tickets to Glorious Goodwood on Ladies' Day
Lot 28
£ 110
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Two Tickets To Henley Regatta
Lot 29
£ 225
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Edinburgh International Festival in Style
Lot 31
£ 100
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VIP Rambert Event at Phillips
Lot 32
£ 300
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Private Recital with an LPO Player
Lot 34
£ 150
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Longchamp Pliage Heritage Bag
Lot 35
£ 200
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Virgin Atlantic Flight Simulator Experience
Lot 36
£ 150
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London Dinner and Hotel Stay with D&D London
Lot 37
£ 60
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Goodwood Festival of Speed 25 June
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£ 100
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Lunch with Tony Hall CBE & Rare BBC Prom Images
Lot 39
£ 500
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Rare Red Ichor Lalique Vase
Lot 40
£ 60
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Arsenal v. Chelsea Premier League
When bidding on an auction item, if you enter more than the minimum increment for an item then your bid will be used for proxy bidding. This is how it works:
1. You enter the absolute maximum that you are willing to bid for an item.
2. jumblebee places a bid on your behalf, using the minimum amount required to make you the highest bidder, i.e. current bid price plus bid increment OR the reserve price, if there is one and it can be covered by your proxy bid.
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The current bid on an auction item is £100. The minimum increment is £10. You enter a bid of £150 (your maximum bid).
Using your bid, but increasing only by the minimum increment, jumblebee sets the current bid to £110.
Another person bids £130 but they are immediately outbid by jumblebee bidding on your behalf and the current bid goes up to £140.
The auction finishes and you have won the auction item at a price of £140.