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Ross Gunning raised £80 from 6 supporters


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Closed 04/05/2018

raised of £200 target by 6 supporters

    Weʼve raised £80 to help give more young talented performers opportunities through Glasgow Philharmonia Orchestra

    Glasgow, UK
    Funded on Friday, 4th May 2018

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    Glasgow Philharmonia Orchestra give young performers the opportunity to perform for free or as little cost as possible.
    The orchestra do not charge players to join or take part and get the chance to perform in some of the largest venues across the UK.

    £200 could pay for a rehearsal venue for 1 month or help subsidise residential courses.



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      • Carol Eason

        Carol Eason

        Apr 18, 2018

        Good luck Ross!


      • Mandy Eng

        Mandy Eng

        Apr 18, 2018

        You're on the home straight now!!!


      • Isobel Frize

        Isobel Frize

        Apr 17, 2018

        Good luck from a West End Rockie!


      • Eleanor MacBeth

        Eleanor MacBeth

        Apr 16, 2018

        Good luck! 🍀 xx

      • Maureen Soar

        Maureen Soar

        Apr 4, 2018




        Apr 4, 2018


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      Ross Gunning

      Ross Gunning

      Glasgow, UK

      CEO and Founder of Glasgow Philharmonia Orchestra. I aim to make the arts accessible to everyone by making it free or affordable where possible

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