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What will your financial support for Voce do?
Create Harmony: In a world suffering from discord, Voce invites its audiences to share the warmth of its unique sound and experience the healing power of Harmony. Voce’s mission is to Serve Harmony: we believe that different voices, working together for a common goal, make a difference in people’s lives. You can help Voce share the experience of Harmony in concert and through its recordings.
Bring the best choral composers in the world to New England: Voce works with some of the world’s finest choral composers – including Morten Lauridsen, Ola Gjeilo, Ēriks Ešenvalds, Paul Mealor and Thomas LaVoy – thanks to support for Voce’s Composer-in-Residence program. In the 2019-2020 Season, your support will help Voce welcome Eric Whitacre as Conductor and Composer-in-Residence and bring back Paul Mealor for a performance of his Requiem: The Souls of the Righteous.
Open the exciting world of choral music to young musicians: Through Voce’s Music Educators Festival and its partnership with choirs at high school and collegiate levels, young singers experience working with a professional group and see the full potential of lifelong participation in the choral arts. Students and youth ages 18 and under attend Voce’s concerts for free or at a greatly reduced price, adding to the diversity of Voce’s audiences – a diversity uncommon in classical music audiences which promises a bright future for the choral arts.
Bring new works of music to life: Voce regularly premieres new works in concert and through its recordings. Choral music is in a renaissance, with more people singing in choral groups than ever before. The new harmonic compositions Voce performs are important to the health and growth of choral music.
Send Voce’s music to choral music lovers across the world: Voce’s last album – Music of the Spheres – is playing on every continent and in over 50 countries across the world. In March 2020, Voce’s next album which features the choral works of Paul Mealor will be released by its new label, Signum Classics. Plans for more recordings are already in the works! Voce may be the only Hartford-based classical ensemble with albums reaching thousands of listeners across the globe.
Grow New England’s reputation for excellence in the choral arts: Voce is proud to be part of a vibrant choral arts scene in New England, which includes excellent professional ensembles, chorales, choral education programs and choirs performing sacred works in houses of worship.Voce and its partners in the choral arts are good news for New England!
Voce can only realize these goals with the support of donors like you. Unlike larger not-for-profits, we do not have an endowment and every gift is put straight to work to support our programming. Voce has long been committed to keeping its administrative expenses to an absolute minimum, which means your dollars go straight to the product – be it a concert, a recording or a student workshop – where they can do the most good.
If you would like to contact Voce directly about making a donation please contact Thomas Cooke, President of the Board, via e-mail at email@example.com, via telephone at (860) 335-7256 or via regular mail at Thomas F. Cooke, 2 Poggy Bay Lane, Mystic, CT 06355.
Prefer to make a gift of stock? Please contact Harold L. Rives III, Treasurer, Voce, Inc. at hal@OL-Advisors.com
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Voce is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit and your gift is tax-deductible. Please consider a gift at one of the following levels:
Underwriter - $10,000 and above
Sustaining Sponsor - $5,000 and above
Sponsor - $2,500 and above
Serve Harmony Supporter - $1,000 and above
Donor - $250 and above
Contributor – any amount below $250