Renaissance – A Key to New Beginnings
September 30 at 7:30–9:30
St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts
Key Clef Production presents Renaissance – A Key to New Beginnings. A classical music production featuring Christina Haldane and Laura McAlpine, performing popular arias from Bellini, Delibes and Puccini. Matthew Jones will be conducting the members of the Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Orchestra performing popular classics from Mozart, Beethoven and Grieg. Key Clef Production will also be featuring a music composer, unknown to the realm of classical music. Patrick van Kimmell will be introducing “The Symphony of Reliquiae” as his first musical world premiere. Last but not least, all proceeds from this event will be benefiting Shania Kids Can foundation.
Phone: (416) 312-8359
Key Clef Production offers a complete entertainment service for charitable events. In studying the realm of entertainment in light of creating my own event, I’ve come to realize that there is an enormous disconnect between entertainment and charitable events due to a lack of resources and more so if your charitable foundation is located in small communities, far away from large urban centres.
At Key Clef Production, we would like to bridge this gap, and make benefit concerts accessible to all charitable foundations by extending our services to small communities that have less potential for fundraising, as well as for larger communities whom would like to stage an event but lack the resources to do so.
Services offered for your event:
- Complete or partial management
- Complete financial overview
- Venue management
- Sponsorship Proposals
- Contracts (Performers, musicians)
- Music resources (soloists, pianists, ensembles e.g. symphony orchestra)
- Print publicity resources (posters, pamphlets, programmes)
- Personalized websites
- Social media services
- And more…
Our services are entirely free of charge and all our events will include a charitable foundation. While offering our services, free of charge, we hope to attract an array of aspiring artists, musicians, bands, soloists and composers. At Key Clef Production, we understand the struggle of having an artistic talent but having nowhere to go. All the energy and enthusiasm of wanting to promote oneself is inevitably torn away, piece by piece as the doors close one by one. I know that for a fact because I’ve been on that road, very lonely and belittling it becomes. Nevertheless, by completing a complete financial overview, our recipients will have a clear picture of what is needed in order to pursue one’s dream.
We are also hoping to share our services with well-known artists that would appreciate performing in a charitable event. In doing so, not only will they be helping a charitable foundation, they will also be helping us promote artists that are having a hard time promoting their talent as well as their dreams.
Charitable foundations are also very welcome to use our services. If you’re part of a charitable foundation and wish to create an event where entertainment is of essence, do not hesitate to contact us. It will, most certainly be a pleasure to meet with you and explain how this new concept can help you promote your charitable foundation with the use of entertainment.
Furthermore, because of the array of musical talent surrounding Key Clef Productions, we have the possibility of extending our services beyond the boundaries of musical performances. We also offer the following services; music for TV commercials or movie productions, operas, or special events and if you’re looking for an original sound, we can commission original music and/or transcribe existing music. Understanding that our mission is a compliment to charitable foundations, we stand our ground and promise that whenever these additional services are performed, we will donate 20% of the proceeds to a charity of choice.
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