The Australian Voicesis creating New Australian choral compositions
Choristers are the backbone of the choir. Joining this tier will unlock access to regular updates on current and upcoming commissions and participation in polls about who we ask to write pieces.
What is a choir without someone waving their hands out the front? Since conductors need attention, we will add your name to the supporter's page of our website to acknowledge your assistance in commissioning new music. This level also includes access to regular updates on current and upcoming commissions and participation in polls to decide who will write new pieces.
We couldn't make music without composers! This level of supporters will receive a free digital download of new self-produced albums. You will also have access to regular updates on current and upcoming commissions and the opportunity to participate in polls to select the composers we commission. You will have your name added to the supporters page on our website.
About The Australian Voices
The Australian Voices have been performing Australian music since 1993. A large part of our mission is to commission composers to write new pieces that we can bring to our audiences. This is where you come in. We want to build a community of music lovers that is able to regularly pay composers to write new music and have it recorded and performed. The money from this Patreon page will be used to arrange and pay for commissions from established and emerging composers, and cover recording or filming costs. We hope that the music that comes from this group will become new favourites in our repertoire and be performed around the country and the world.
We hope that you are as excited about creating new and unique music as we are. By joining our Patreon community you will be funding the creation of new music. We will keep you updated as we commission and receive each new piece and ask for your opinion about who our next pieces should come from. In coming seasons we are hoping to commission new works from Lisa Young, Joe Chindamo, Elizabeth Sheppard, Paul Stanhope and Lyle Chan.