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Decca is hosting an online auction on 6th July at 4pm London time to raise money for Decca Bursary, which supports kids from deprived backgrounds who are entering the classical world.
The prizes include:
Benjamin Grosvenor – 2x Tickets to the proms with a backstage meet & greet.
Andrea Bocelli – Concert Tickets with Meet & Greet, plus Believe Deluxe Bundle
Karl Jenkins – Signed Adiemus score, signed conductor’s baton and signed, framed title pages of Adiemus and Palladio.
Signed CD and Blue Planet II original score from Hans Zimmer
Katherine Jenkins – Signed dress (One of Katherine’s dresses, signed on the hem)
Sheku & Brimah Kanneh-Mason – In Conversation with ‘Online Meet & Signed collector’s edition print, LP sleeve, notepad and House of Music book.
Lise Davidsen – Private Q&A
Jess Gillam – Fly on the wall attendance at a recording session and meet Jess!
Stefan Moccio – Exclusive 1-1 masterclass & signed handwritten transcript of any of his compositions/songs to date + personally signed sheet music, CD & Vinyl.
Exclusive Pavarotti Artwork by Will McNally
Great for those kids, some of whom are household names. I come from the east end of London myself but with Irish parents and a fine Catholic primary school with a fine Methodist music teacher who sang with the George Mitchell Singers and the Savoy Chapel. It all made for classical music and singing accessible and encouraged. Hence I had a fine career as a soprano and teacher of singing unto the pandemic. Anything to get the perceived snobbery out of it all in this country will help. Never had that problem with Kenyan and Tanzanian kids when I toured with British Council funding to the most deprived areas as an unknown soprano to them with no frocks to sign. Culminated with the ballet school of street kids attached to the Kenya School of Music in Nairobi dancing very tastefully to my singing of Britten’s Les Illuminations woth a very fine Kenyan pianist. No class system there to negotiate, just the very rich and those in abject poverty.
Do you have a link to the auction?