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A release consisting of 500 CDs of Schubert's "Winterreise", a charity concert that took place on March 13, 2016 at Teatre de Sarrià (Barcelona) in order to help Cambodian NGO "Le Refuge Kol".
A recital given by baritone Joan Martín-Royo and pianist Pierre Réach.
The event was hosted by poet and literature critic Sam Abrams.
What will be the use given to your pledges
Your pledges will be used to fund this 500 CD copies edition.
Once the edition will be completed, the full amount of the incomes obtained by the sell of these CDs will be sent to NGO Le Refuge Kol (in Kol, Cambodia) in order to help support their humanitarian mission.
Regarding the rewards
Rewards (depending on the amount of your pledge) include:
- Your name will appear on the acknowledgment credits in the booklet
- A copy of the CD
- A copy of the CD signed by the performers.
- Tickets to attend the recital taking place on December 20, 2016 as part of the Life Victoria Barcelona Festival
- Backstage meeting with the artists (a 10-minute chat plus picture with the performers at the end of the recital)
You will get your reward on December 20, 2016 if you attend the Life Victoria Barcelona Festival recital (a charity concert to support the Refuge Kol).
In case you cannot attend the aforementioned concert the reward will be sent to you
by ordinary post.
Informations regarding the concert
All the informations regarding the concert taking place on December 20, 2016 in Barcelona can be found on the following website:
Informations regarding Le Refuge Kol
Le Refuge Kol is based in Cambodia at some 60 km from the capital of the country, Phnom-Penh. It is a social and educational centre which sits in a poor village that has an economic system grounded on rice culture and unstable jobs. The dispensary has a regular staff of 9 people, which also helps in providing some families of the region with a way of living.
Le Refuge Kol, with a little structure in itself, is managed in the most scrupulous way and through the personal implication in the project by its founders (specially that of mezzo-soprano Sophie Koch). Thus allowing to allocate the 100% of the donations to the exclusive benefit of the “Refuge”.
The humanitarian mission of the Refuge is divided into different and many objectives, its action articulated in the following branches:
First of all it is a school that offers education to some 150 pupils, whose ages range from 6 to 18 year-old boys and girls. Its first objective being the fight against lack of schooling and illiteracy. The courses therefore focus on Khmer (the official language of the country) as well as English for all the students. Also courses in Maths are being imparted to the youngest amongst them. As a result of this the institution has 3 teachers on its payroll.
The Refuge also takes in some 30 children who were abandoned, the institution thus being entrusted with their care by their own families.
Le Refuge Kol also set up a couple of years ago a dentist consulting room, which is at the whole village disposal (and also to the whole province's), children though taking priority. The Refuge therefore has a couple of Cambodian dentists on its payroll, but also unselfish missionaries collaborate on a regular base with the institution.
38 out of all the children (whose families are in a most dramatic economical situation) also receive a sponsorship. They are therefore provided with rice and nourishment for themselves and their families.
Medical consultations are being organised twice a month.
A nurse provided with basic medical essentials is at disposal on a 24/7 base in case of emergencies.
Le Refuge is also a place for convalescence. An associated partner that offers heart-related chirurgy to indigent persons sends their patients for a post-operative recovery period to our institution. The number of people benefitting from this service is of 2 persons a month. They are also allowed to bring a person accompanying with them. The patients and the persons accompanying them receive lodging, nourishment and medical curative treatment.
Le Refuge Kol finally offers 3 times a week (in the mornings) an extra meal to 80 children, whose families can only offer them a meal a day and just a rice soup as a breakfast.
Many thanks to all of you for your collaboration in this project!
President of “Le Refuge Kol”