Latest News | 15 April 2021

Orchestra receives further cash boost

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Sinfonia Viva has received a further cash boost to help the orchestra recover and reopen.

The Derby-based organisation, which works across the region, performing concerts and providing opportunities for hundreds of people of all ages to take part in creative projects, has received a £36,000 grant from the Culture Recovery Fund.

The award will support core costs, provide additional support to Sing Viva – the Derbyshire Carers’ Choir – and enable its plans for a concert to be filmed and streamed online in early summer.

More than £300 million has been awarded to thousands of cultural organisations across the country in the latest round of support from the Culture Recovery Fund.

Marianne Barraclough, from Sinfonia Viva, said: “We are grateful for the continued support under the Cultural Recovery Fund.

“This award will enable us support our creative family of freelance musicians, composers and workshop leaders by delivering high quality classical music and continuing the choirs that have been a lifeline to everyone involved in these turbulent times.”

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