Build Your Legacy
Through Jazz

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About Your Jazz Legacy

 

Do you have a special person in your life whom you want to gift something unique and everlasting? Or perhaps you are looking for a bespoke and meaningful way to commemorate a special occasion?

 

In conjunction with the JASS “Swing It!” Benefit Gala 2022, the Jazz Association (Singapore) (JASS) is launching the “Building Your Legacy Through Jazz” initiative to give jazz lovers and supporters a unique opportunity to build their legacy through their favourite music genre.

 

For a cash donation starting from $2,500, you would be able to have a NEW jazz tune specially composed for and dedicated to you and your loved ones, leading to performance of the tune at a JASS concert.

 

By supporting the “Building Your Legacy Through Jazz” initiative, YOU:
 

  1. are leaving your meaningful legacy to your loved ones through generations

  2. will be a key catalyst to galvanise a vibrant and creative community with “Made in Singapore” jazz repertoire / music

  3. help nurture our jazz composers in Singapore by giving them an opportunity to showcase their talents. ­­

Pledge Tiers

There are four donation tiers. They are –

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*To encourage our composers, a small portion of the donation amount will go to them.
Terms and Conditions apply.

How It Works

  1. Choose the tier of composer you want to compose your bespoke composition

  2. Submit your pledge today

  3. Ideate the composition with the composer

  4. Name the composition

  5. Receive basic score with melody and chords from composer

  6. Witness the debut of the composition within one year of completion of the piece, subject to JASS schedule

Terms & Conditions

1. Donor will sign a “Donation and Naming Rights” Agreement
2. All copyright belongs to the Jazz Association (Singapore) (JASS)/Composer
3. Donor will have the right to use the composition purely for his/her own personal, non-commercial, use and enjoyment (eg private events that are not open to public). Otherwise, written permission has to be obtained from JASS and/or relevant parties