Replacing musical instruments and music-related material

posted over 1 year ago by DisasterRecoveryCentre from Manning Valley Emergency Support Labels: musical instruments
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Resound is organising donations of musical instruments to musicians of all ages and ability who have lost instruments in the recent bushfires. It is an appeal supported by the music community that specifically matches musical needs to pledged instruments. Whether the lost instrument was a $30 uke or a violin worth thousands, we know how important for recovery to enable musicians to play again. This appeal is for community musicians, professional musicians, amateur musicians, music students, and instrumental music teachers of all ages and ability. Recipients An application form has been set up at www.resound.org.au for those needing their musical instrument/s replaced. If you have, or if you know someone who has, lost a musical instrument due to the fires, please go to www.resound.org.au. All applications will be considered and we intend to start replacing instruments as soon as possible. About Resound was established for the 2009 Victorian bushfires and volunteers personally delivered over 150 instruments to musicians of all experiences and backgrounds. Resound is a program of The Music Trust, a non-profit arts organisation that advocates for the situation of music throughout Australia. To apply, go to www.resound.org.au


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