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TAIKOZ PERSONAL DONATIONS CAMPAIGN

Support Taikoz and help us keep our artform alive!!

Please consider a tax-deductible donation in support of Taikoz. Your donation, no matter how small, is invaluable in assisting us to continue our work. It is received with gratitude and appreciation.

Over the course of the year, Taikoz covers a wide range of creative activity. From our latest stage productions to concerts in schools, from teaching indigenous children through our involvement with Moorambilla Voices to weekly classes for the general community, from overseas performances to touring throughout regional Australia, as well as the training of the next generation of taiko musicians via the IDP and youth taiko groups – Taikoz is constantly evolving.

All donations over $5,000 will be acknowledged as a Commissioning Circle member and all donations over $500 will be acknowledged as an Inner Beat Circle member. This ensures you are the first to hear about the artistic direction and vision, receive briefings on the ensembles, be invited to private performances and enjoy opportunities to meet with the artists.

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Click here to read Carl’s open letter requesting your support

OUR PATRON – CARL VINE AO

Carl Vine AO is one of Australia’s best known and often performed composers with an impressive orchestral catalogue featuring seven symphonies and ten concertos. His piano music is performed frequently around the world and recordings of his music, on more than 60 CDs, play regularly on Australian radio.

Carl has composed an extensive range of chamber music alongside various works for film, television, dance and theatre. Although primarily a composer of modern art music, he has undertaken such diverse tasks as arranging the Australian National Anthem and writing music for the Closing Ceremony of the 1996 Altanta Olympic Games. In his role as Artistic Director of Musica Viva Australia, Carl is also Artistic Director of the Huntington Estate Music Festival – Australia’s most prestigious chamber music festival.