BE A CMA CHAMPION!
Chamber Music Adelaide (CMA) is passionately committed to forging innovative collaborations and expanding relationships with musicians and audiences alike. To do this we need champions! Please be a CMA Champion and donate today. All donations large or small, make a huge difference and we appreciate each and every one of them.
As a not-for-profit organisation and registered charity, Chamber Music Adelaide needs your help. Donations of $2 and more are tax deductible.
Your valuable donation supports:
- the presentaton of the CMA Young Artist Award. This recently launched Award provides development with a cash prize and professional performance opportunities for early career classical instrumentalists and vocalists
- the provision of Touch Tours for blind and vision impaired patrons to experience CMA's award-winning event On the Terrace. These Touch Tours, by professional audio describers, allow blind and vision impaired patrons to feel the instruments to be played and to discern the different sounds and tones each instrument makes, before enjoying the live performance itself.
- Taking a version of On the Terrace, to regional South Australia. The costs to do this are significantly more than re-staging the event in and around the cultural boulevard along North Terrace.
While your donation must be unconditional you can let us know which of our activities you would prefer your support to be directed.
DONATE ONLINE THRU GIVENOW USING YOUR CREDIT CARD
OR DOWNLOAD A DONATION FORM HERE AND DONATE TO CMA BY CHEQUE OR BANK TRANSFER
If you would like to know more about becoming a CMA Champion please contact Kay Jamieson (email@example.com)
Chamber Music Adelaide (CMA) facilitates and supports the performance of chamber music in Adelaide. CMA was formed in January 2013 to support the performance of chamber music by seven core organisations – Adelaide Baroque, Ensemble Galante, Kegelstatt Ensemble, Recitals Australia, Soundstream New Music, The Firm and Various People Inc. In addition, it promotes a wider remit of chamber music performers and presenters in South Australia and celebrates Adelaide as a UNESCO City of Music, along with 180 cities in 72 countries worldwide.
The Chamber Music Adelaide Public Fund is endorsed as a tax deductible fund listed on the Register of Cultural Organisations under Subdivision 30-B of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997. DONATIONS OF $2.00 OR MORE ARE TAX DEDUCTIBLE.