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Hello, and welcome to the Corymbus Patreon!

I'm Simon, and I set up Corymbus as a place to feature the kind of accessible, in-depth writing on classical music that I wanted to read. Whether you're a newcomer to classical music or a lifelong fan, my aim is that you'll find something interesting on the site, 100% free to read and without adverts. Many of the articles are my own, but I have also published a growing number of other authors, from university lecturers to amateur enthusiasts. 

The target reader is anyone with a curious mind. Corymbus tends to focus on long-form features, rather than reviews - the stories about the music, why it's interesting, and connections to other art forms and topics. I'm also interested in shining a light on music that has been marginalised by history, including that composed by women and people of colour.

Corymbus is proudly free to read, so as not to exclude anyone. But in-depth writing requires lots of work to research, draft and edit, and that time requires funding. So of you value what I'm doing and would like to see the site continue, then making a pledge here is invaluable, and enormously appreciated!

You choose your own amount to pledge, which can be altered and/or cancelled at any time. As a small 'thank you' in return, you'll get full access to the bonus content on here, some of which is protected just for patrons. 

You can make a pledge by clicking the 'Become A Patron' button. Thank you for reading, and I hope you continue to enjoy visiting Corymbus!

Simon Brackenborough, founder and editor of Corymbus.


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Hello, and welcome to the Corymbus Patreon!

I'm Simon, and I set up Corymbus as a place to feature the kind of accessible, in-depth writing on classical music that I wanted to read. Whether you're a newcomer to classical music or a lifelong fan, my aim is that you'll find something interesting on the site, 100% free to read and without adverts. Many of the articles are my own, but I have also published a growing number of other authors, from university lecturers to amateur enthusiasts. 

The target reader is anyone with a curious mind. Corymbus tends to focus on long-form features, rather than reviews - the stories about the music, why it's interesting, and connections to other art forms and topics. I'm also interested in shining a light on music that has been marginalised by history, including that composed by women and people of colour.

Corymbus is proudly free to read, so as not to exclude anyone. But in-depth writing requires lots of work to research, draft and edit, and that time requires funding. So of you value what I'm doing and would like to see the site continue, then making a pledge here is invaluable, and enormously appreciated!

You choose your own amount to pledge, which can be altered and/or cancelled at any time. As a small 'thank you' in return, you'll get full access to the bonus content on here, some of which is protected just for patrons. 

You can make a pledge by clicking the 'Become A Patron' button. Thank you for reading, and I hope you continue to enjoy visiting Corymbus!

Simon Brackenborough, founder and editor of Corymbus.


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