English Arts Chorale record Carr's Stabat Mater

by The English Arts Chorale in Reigate, Surrey, England

To help The English Arts Chorale make musical history by recording Paul Carr's beautiful Stabat Mater and other contemporary choral works.

by The English Arts Chorale in Reigate, Surrey, England

We did it
On 16th February 2018 we successfully raised £6,227 with 120 supporters in 28 days

The Crowd

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Anonymous pledged £30

16th February 2018 18:01

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Benjamin pledged £30

16th February 2018 09:53

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Tom Cogan pledged £30

15th February 2018 17:00

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Anonymous pledged £100

13th February 2018 23:17

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Anonymous pledged £50

12th February 2018 13:33

Rewards

This project offers rewards in return for your donation.

£10 or more

Website thank you

A ‘thank you’ on the EAC website

£30 or more

Complimentary CD

Above, plus a complimentary copy of CD in advance of release

£50 or more

Complimentary CD + credit

All the above, plus a donor credit in the CD booklet

£100 or more

Complimentary CD signed by Paul Carr

All the above, plus the complimentary CD is signed by Paul Carr

£250 or more

Tickets to launch concert and reception

All the above, plus 2 complimentary tickets to the launch concert and reception attended by Paul Carr, when the CD will be presented

£500 or more

Tickets to Britten War Requiem

All the above, plus 2 complimentary tickets to the Britten War Requiem in Winchester Cathedral on 9th June 2018.

£1,000 or more

Complimentary tickets to EAC events

All the above, plus 4 complimentary tickets to other EAC events/meet Leslie Olive at pre-concert drinks

£2,000 or more

Score signed by Paul Carr

All the above, plus a score of Stabat Mater signed by Paul Carr

£3,000 or more

Signed photo and patron credit

All the above, plus a signed photo with Paul Carr, Leslie Olive and the EAC, and a patron credit in the CD booklet

£5,000 or more

Invitation to a private performance

All the above, plus an invitation to a private performance by selected members of the EAC


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