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The James Burton Conducting Fund

Throughout the 15 years that Jamie Burton has conducted Schola, he has built upon the choir's reputation and offered outstanding opportunities and training to a generation of Oxford singers. As Jamie moves on, Schola invites you to support the future activity of the choir - a gift from our Schola generation to the next.

In aid of Schola Cantorum of Oxford

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Total raised
£5,165.00

Target
£5,000.00

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The James Burton Conducting Fund

Throughout the 15 years that Jamie Burton has conducted Schola, he has built upon the choir's reputation and offered outstanding opportunities and training to a generation of Oxford singers.
As Jamie moves on, Schola invites you to support the future activity of the choir - a gift from our Schola generation to the next.

All of the choir's activities, including the conductor's remuneration, are funded through donations and concert sales. The future of the choir is reliant on being able to support its conductors' work with the choir, regular rehearsals and concerts, and projects such as masterclasses and recordings. All donations will go directly to Schola Cantorum.

Event date

10-June-2017

Event type

Celebration of Jamie's tenure

Event is completed

Activity log

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Donation summary

Direct donations:(online) £5,165.00
Direct donations:(offline) £0.00
Total Raised: £5,165.00
Total Raised
with gift aid:
£6,428.75

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