HOW YOU CAN SUPPORT THE WOODWIND ORCHESTRA

 

To bring the story of the woodwind orchestra to this point has taken a huge amount of work and financial backing through corporate and individual sponsorship.

Attending the London Woodwind Orchestra live concert or pledging money to back the Twisted Skyscape recording was a great was of supporting the genre, but such support alone does not come close to covering the costs.

Donors and partners helped to achieve the extraordinary. Perhaps you could play your part by supporting the woodwind orchestra and discover everything the genre has to offer. Shea Lolin and Christopher Hussey have a huge amount of industry knowledge and contacts to further the reach of the woodwind orchestra but like all arts projects, it just isn’t possible without funding. 

There are now plans in the early stages to record a second album of woodwind orchestra music. If you would like to find out more about sponsoring something small like a performer or composer or perhaps something larger like the cost of the recording studio or production, then make contact now. We would be grateful to hear your thoughts and we can supply you with more specific details. Alternatively you may wish to make a one off pledge (link over page). The official crowdfunding campaign for the second woodwind orchestra recording will be released shortly.

Shea Lolin mail@shealolin.co.uk
Christopher Hussey chris@christopherhussey.co.uk

From right to left: Shea Lolin, Gary Carpenter and Christopher Hussey listening carefully to the takes of Twisted Skyscape at Smecky Studios for the first ever commercially recording of a woodwind orchestra.

From right to left: Shea Lolin, Gary Carpenter and Christopher Hussey listening carefully to the takes of Twisted Skyscape at Smecky Studios for the first ever commercially recording of a woodwind orchestra.

With thanks for the support so far

John Abramson, Sheila Alexander, Janet Askari, Roger Blake, Sarah Brant, Ursula Bury, Richard Carder, Pedro Carneiro, Hilary Clarke, Fleur Collyer, Bill Connor, Gill Denniss, Isabella Harris, Susie Herman, Christopher Hill, Charles Hine, Lucy Holliday, Christopher Hooker, Clifton Hughes, Andrew Hunt, Sue & Robin Hussey, Colin Izod, Alfred O. Jacobsen, Alan James, Jane King, Stephen King, Sarah Kirk, Bob Kuipers, Martha Leigh, Graham Lockwood, Bernadette & Mark Lolin, Mike Long, Margaret Lydamore, Alison Macfadyen, Linda Shrier, Philip Sparke, Kay Tucker, Julie Wanstall, Victoria Ann Ward, Mike Winterburn and Susan Young and all those who have purchased tickets to the London Woodwind Orchestra debut concert.

We are especially grateful to the generosity of our patrons, John Holland, Alison Macfadyen and Ann Pfeiffer.

CORPORATE SPONSORSHIP

Big Heart Media, British Association of Symphonic Bands and Wind Ensembles, British Flute Society, Clarinet and Saxophone Society of Great Britain, Crowthers of Canterbury, East London Clarinet Choir, Fruition Creative Concepts, Howarth of London, June Emerson, Maecenas, Reeds Direct, Sempre, Watchorn Productions and Woodwind & Reed.