Return to Middle Earth
Funds are required to finance this commission, and all donations (small or large) are welcome. For those who contribute at the levels of $250, $500, or $1,000 or more will be recognized in the program book at the world premiere concert and in the published score, and they will be invited to the world premiere performance. They will be forever linked as a major contributor to this one-of-a-kind artistic event. It is something to show your kids and grandkids in the future that this new spectacular composition was commissioned by you and your donation!
Donations of $250 or more will be listed in the program booklet and in the published score with the person's or corporation's name. Gold Level donors and up will receive complimentary tickets as follows:
$250 Bronze Level donor
$500 Silver Level donor
$1,000 Gold Level donor (4 free tickets)
$2,500 Platinum Level donor
(8 free tickets)
$5,000 or more Diamond Level donor
(15 free tickets)
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You can contact the composer through his website http://www.johandemeij.com
More information here would be helpful for those of us pondering whether to donate. Links to Johan de Meij's music and Tom Loback's art would be good. A CFP for the conference (if available) would help, or at least more details about the conference theme, etc.
Sørina: I don't know if Brad has seen your comment or not, but you can listen to de Meij's Symphony #1 on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LzTXVES2ENo Some of Loback's art can be at various sites: he died in 2015 from what I've seen. https://www.facebook.com/tomhat.loback/media_set?set=a.480744265389340.1073741962.100003613137393&type=3 This blogger and collaborator has a number of posts and images: http://www.elendilion.pl/?s=Loback I suspect a formal CFP will come out fairly soon--since the conference is still almost a year away.