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2021 Alfred Nash Patterson Grant Recipients Named

Choral Arts New England has announced the funding of 10 grants, for a total of $13,000, in the 2021–2022 season. The funded projects were selected from 46 proposals received. Last year, 51 applications were received and $13,500 was given in grants. The grant recipients are Classical Uprising (Portland, Maine), Coro Allegro (Boston, Mass.), Ensemble Altera (Johnston, R.I.), The Keene Chorale (Keene, N.H.), The Main Street Children's Choir (New Britain, Conn.), Metropolitan Chorale (Brookline, Mass.), Renaissance Men (Westwood, Mass.), Schoodic Arts for All (Winter Harbor, Maine), Solaris Vocal Ensemble (Essex Junction, Vt.), and Worcester Children's Chorus (Worcester, Mass.).

CANE Newsletter: February 2021

Project Grant Deadline Approaching

CANE is still accepting project grants due on February 28. There are some special criteria in this unusual year encouraging immediate artistic responses to this moment in history. For more information click here.

Emergency Grant Success Story

“The Journey Song Singers of New Hampshire wish to thank CANE for providing a grant of $500 to enable us to continue and expand our hospice bedside singing work during the pandemic. We leveraged our grant and were able to deliver more than 27 CD players to 14 different facilities where residents can now enjoy…

CANE Newsletter: December 2020

COVID Emergency Grants Announced

In this extraordinary time of need, CANE has offered twenty emergency grants of $500 dollars each to ensembles throughout New England. Choral Arts New England Emergency Grants are a special initiative to provide immediate assistance to organizations experiencing difficulty due to circumstances related to COVID-19. “We received close to 60 applications from choral organizations and our final decisions were focused on those smaller organizations for whom the grant would have the most impact,” said Gregory Brown, CANE’s board chair. Click here to see the list…

CANE Newsletter: November 2020

One Week Left:
Emergency Grants Program Open Through Nov 15

The CoViD-19 crisis has had an enormous impact on choral organizations and Choral Arts New England is proud to support our choral communities as they weather these uncertain times. Choral Arts New England Emergency Grants are a special initiative to provide immediate assistance to organizations experiencing difficulty due to circumstances related to COVID-19. Applications will be accepted via our online application form until 11:59 p.m. on November 15, 2020. In addition, we expect to continue offering Alfred Nash Patterson…

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