We did it
On 17th February 2020 we successfully raised £7,460 with 107 supporters in 34 days

Help raise £7000 to make a recording illuminating the life of Clara Schumann, a unique woman artist in the 19th Century. Proceeds to MIND.

by Sandra Porter & Graeme McNaught in London, England, United Kingdom

The Crowd

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Mayah Kadish pledged £10

8th February 2020 at 10:29pm

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Niamh Kelly pledged £20

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Rewards

This project offers rewards in return for your donation.

£20 or more

£20 CD Reward

A free copy of the Clara recital programme on CD

£25 or more

£20 CD Reward Plus International Postage

For Supporters not located in the UK: a free CD sent by international postage

£50 or more

£50 VIP CD Reward

Your name printed in the Clara CD booklet, with our grateful thanks, plus a free copy of the CD

£1,000 or more

£1000 Exclusive Recital Reward

We will arrange to bring a special personal performance of Clara to your own home or other suitable venue! Plus a free Clara CD. Sandra and Graeme can modify the programme to suit your tastes. We'll need a reasonable period of notice to find a mutually convenient date that can fit with our schedules and your own, of course. A quality piano in good playing order would also be a must.

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