Funding and Sponsorship

The Glasgow School of Art Choir is grateful to all those who support us in different ways. We are particularly grateful to the following organisations and individuals that have provided us with much needed support to further the development of our ensemble:
The Glasgow School of Art

The Glasgow School of Art

The Glasgow School of Art supported the commissioning of “Making It New” in 2014 and has provided funding to enable us to commission Sir James MacMillan, CBE, to compose a new choral work for the re-opening of the Mackintosh Building in 2019. The School also provides financial assistance for our yearly residential workshop weekend, and provides us with a rehearsal venue and general administrative assistance.

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Creative Scotland

Creative Scotland, with the National Lottery, generously helped to fund the commission of “Making It New” for the opening of the Reid Building in April 2014, and has committed part-funding towards our commissioning of Sir James MacMillan, CBE, to compose a new choral work for the re-opening of the Mackintosh Building in 2019. The organisation has also provided part-funding for the Glasgow School of Art Choir Fifth Anniversary Concert which will be held on 27 May 2017.

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Hope Scott Trust

The Hope Scott Trust has generously awarded part-funding towards our commissioning of Sir James MacMillan, CBE, to compose a new choral work for the re-opening of the Mackintosh Building in 2019.

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Glasgow Museums

Glasgow Museums, a subsidiary of Glasgow Life, has provided much needed support and assistance for the Glasgow School of Art Choir Fifth Anniversary Concert, which will be held in Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in May 2017.

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MacRoberts LLP

MacRoberts LLP has kindly provided valuable financial support towards the Glasgow School of Art Choir Fifth Anniversary Concert, which will be held in Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in May 2017.

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Resonance Capital

Resonance Capital has generously provided much needed financial support towards the Glasgow School of Art Choir Fifth Anniversary Concert, which will be held on 27 May 2017.

The Hugh Fraser Foundation

The ensemble is hugely grateful to The Hugh Fraser Foundation which has funded an on-going series of vocal workshops for the choir, with specialist vocal coach, Wilma MacDougall.

The Munro Family

The ensemble is particularly grateful to Nigel Munro and the Munro family for their generous donation of the John Broadwood and Sons, 1880 grand piano which the choir uses at weekly rehearsals.