Grant for Listening Program by Connecticut Humanities

grant from ct humanitiesConnecticut Humanities announced a $7,000 “planning grant” for the Greater Middletown Chorale’s Letter from Italy, 1944 program.

The grant will help with the upcoming “Connecticut Community Conversations: Letter From Italy, 1944 – A Generational Legacy” event. It will be used for scholarly support and advice.

Grant outcome

This conversation will deepen the links between war’s effects on individual veterans and the echoes absorbed by families and loved ones who support them after their return.

The Chorale produced a local conversation for the 2010 Elijah concert. That event brought together a Muslim imam, a Protestant minister, and a Jewish rabbi for an ecumenical dialogue.

The CThumanities announcement may be read here. The same story also offers descriptions of the other grants that were announced in this wave.

Grants for the Letter from Italy, 1944 project announced

Grants for Letter from Italy, 1944 announcedThe Easthampton-Portland site published an article by Deirdre Roberts announcing recent grants supporting Letter from Italy, 1944.

Grants demonstrate broad base of support

The article announces the receipt of over $16,000 in grants over the past 10 months. These  monetary awards demonstrate that the Greater Middletown Chorale is receiving broad support from the arts community for commissioning and producing this original, large chorale dramatic work.

Read the article here.