Collaborate and Commission
Many of the pieces on my site have been commissioned by patrons from churches, high schools, universities and orchestras. This article published by Meet the Composer explains the process and gives estimates for new works based on ensemble and length. The cost to commission can be expensive but forming a consortium greatly reduces the financial burden on any one individual or ensemble. If you would be interested in becoming a partner in a current project or commissioning a new piece, send an email to email@example.com.
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This would build on my current arrangement of Amazing Grace for violin and piano but would add a cello part. As a patron, you will receive updates and drafts of the parts and score after work begins. Patrons will be thanked by name (if they want) on the cover sheet when the piece is published. After the Patrons receive the final draft, they would have the right to premiere the piece during the premiere period which will be 30 days. After that, the piece will be published.
Work will start on this piece after 7 patrons buy-in or $105 has been raised (whichever comes first). The buy-in price is $15 but you can pay more if you want to help push the project forward.
Date proposed: 5.10.21
Patrons needed: 8
Current Patrons: 0
Refund offered if not work has not started by: 12.3.21