Eclipse Quartet Continues Their Kickstarter Campaign!
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Halfway there and 14 days to go!
Thank you for the continued support!
Help Make Music History!
Eclipse Quartet is excited to announce 2 NEW levels of giving for their Kickstarter campaign!
Donate $150 to this worthwhile campaign and receive a 1hour private lesson for viola, violin or cello or 1 hour coaching session for a chamber group! The chamber group can be a youth group or amateur group.
Donate $75 and receive a complete digital download of the CD & physical copy of the CD plus one other Eclipse CD of your choice!
Go to http://tinyurl.com/cxpshf2 to give a tax deductible donation NOW! Levels of giving start at $10....Every donation counts! Help Make Music History.
Other Ways to get more Eclipse Bang for your Buck!
$500 - Thank you from Eclipse AND complete digital download of the CD AND physical copies of all 3 Eclipse Quartet CDs AND thank you on the Eclipse Quartet website & new CD jacket AND 4 tickets to an upcoming Eclipse concert of choice
$1000 - All of the above, plus a 1 HOUR PERFORMANCE FOR A CHARITY OF YOUR CHOICE IN THE LOS ANGELES AREA!
$2500 - Everything at the $500 level, plus a 1 HOUR PERFORMANCE AT A PRIVATE EVENT OR HOUSE CONCERT IN THE LOS ANGELES AREA
Featuring Grammy Award winning violinist Sara Parkins, violinist Sarah Thornblade, associate principal second violin of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, sought after violist Alma Lisa Fernandez and versatile, seasoned cellist Maggie Parkins, Eclipse Quartet are a unique group dedicated to 20th century and present day composers. They boast a dynamic and bold repertoire that features standard new music, micro-tones, subtones, electronic and improvised pieces, they are intrepid, unafraid, and unquestionably talented. Eclipse were recently awarded a grant from the Copland Foundation to record three works for string quartet and percussion by American composers Frederic Rzewski, Zeena Parkins and James Tenney for the New World label collaborating and recording with percussionist William Winant. The recording will be made in Littlefield Hall at Mills College, produced by Jeff Gauthier, violinist and founder of Cryptogramophone records.
Eclipse’s Kickstarter campaign will raise the rest of the funds needed to complete this unique recording. This project is essential in presenting and preserving the music of living composers and rarely heard music of the 20th century and is truly a worthwhile investment in the future of music. All donations are tax deductible!