Fund Drive: "Samuel Coleridge-Taylor and His Music in America, 1900-1912,"

a documentary in post-production by The Longfellow Chorus



Your donation is tax deductible and will help us complete our documentary (for premiere in March 2013) about the American experience of African-British composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (1875-1912), how his music and personality influenced American culture 100 years ago, and how American society influenced the life of the composer. The documentary will include performances by noted artists of a number of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor's never-before-recorded compositions. Among the organizations providing filming location are the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, the Metropolitan A. M. E. Church of Washington, D. C., the Harvard Musical Association, Maine Historical Society, Norfolk Historical Society and the 'President's Own' U. S. Marine Band.


Choose from the following levels of support:


$500+
$250-$500
$100-250


Contributors:

The Maud Powell Society
Marva W. and Ernest Cooper
Nan Sawyer
Giovanella Family Fund of the Maine Community Foundation
$50-$100


Contributors:

Hildred Roach, Prof./Music
Eliza Dorsey
$5-$50


Contributors:

Robert Clements
Terri Pease
Ray J. Downey

You may also send a check payable to "The Longfellow Chorus Documentary Fund" to:

The Longfellow Chorus
C / O Charles Kaufmann
PO Box 5133
Portland, Maine
USA 04101

The Longfellow Chorus is a 501 ( c ) ( 3 ) organization. Your donation is IRS tax deductible.

Questions about our film? Send an email to Longfellow Chorus Director Charles Kaufmann

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