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Welcome to the Corymbus Patreon. Here you can set up a monthly donation, which is a huge help to me in funding the time to write and edit articles. Simply put: the more Patreon pledges I get, the more time I can commit to this project. Pledges can be altered and/or cancelled at any time.

As a small 'thank you', patrons get access to bonus blogs on this site (see the list here). These might be on anything music-related which I think is worth sharing, but they will be a bit more informal than the main articles on Corymbus.

You can make a pledge by clicking the 'Become A Patron' button. Below is some more information about the aims of Corymbus which your donation would be supporting. Thank you for reading!

The aims of Corymbus:

1 Promoting classical music as inherently valuable, and a force for public good.

2 Helping to rectify the persistent inequalities in classical music, by shining a light on creative work by women, ethnic minorities, and composers outside the mainstream repertoire. 

3 Exploring connections between classical music and other topics, to build new 'ways in' for people to discover what can sometimes be a quite insular art form.

4 Striving for quality over quantity, through thoughtful, well-researched writing.
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Welcome to the Corymbus Patreon. Here you can set up a monthly donation, which is a huge help to me in funding the time to write and edit articles. Simply put: the more Patreon pledges I get, the more time I can commit to this project. Pledges can be altered and/or cancelled at any time.

As a small 'thank you', patrons get access to bonus blogs on this site (see the list here). These might be on anything music-related which I think is worth sharing, but they will be a bit more informal than the main articles on Corymbus.

You can make a pledge by clicking the 'Become A Patron' button. Below is some more information about the aims of Corymbus which your donation would be supporting. Thank you for reading!

The aims of Corymbus:

1 Promoting classical music as inherently valuable, and a force for public good.

2 Helping to rectify the persistent inequalities in classical music, by shining a light on creative work by women, ethnic minorities, and composers outside the mainstream repertoire. 

3 Exploring connections between classical music and other topics, to build new 'ways in' for people to discover what can sometimes be a quite insular art form.

4 Striving for quality over quantity, through thoughtful, well-researched writing.

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