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Emergency Funding Required for
Kalvos & Damian's New Music Bazaar

Both Special Projects and Ongoing Programs Need Support

Emergency funding for the Kalvos & Damian cybercast project was needed before September 4, 1998, in the sum of $6,000. We did not reach the goal, but have gone ahead with the project. Your support is crucial to seeing the costs through of this remarkable 5-hour cybercast that took place simultaneously from Amsterdam and Vermont on September 12, 1998.

Our cybercast did not find major corporate or government sponsorship to date, so we are asking for a contribution from the entire K&D public -- our supporters, users of our site, those who have received help or advice or listings, companies who wish to be associated with this new and interesting project, and even our guests. A pledge in the amount of $100 is requested to Contact Form, with a check mailed to K&D as soon as possible (made out to "VCME/Kalvos & Damian", to Dennis Báthory-Kitsz, 176 Cox Brook Road, Northfield, Vermont 05663 USA).

The aim of this fund drive is to make this and future cybercast projects successful, including an upcoming 25th anniversary series of the Gimik Ensemble in Fall 2000 and SEAMUS 2000 and 2001.

We hope that you will help make up the difference with this critically important, leading-edge cybercast, and future ones. We will list your names (unless you wish anonymity) in the project as personal or company sponsors. You will have the satisfaction of helping create the new world of global intercommunication, from its beginning, outside the channels of commercial networks. As with so many important innovations, the world-wide web 'dream' has to start at the grass roots.

Explanations, background and budget and statistics follow on this page.

Progress Toward Funding Goal of $6,000 is $2550 as of September 24

The Project


??The AmsterDramm Project

A/D Logo !!The AmsterDramm Project is the first in a series of on-location cybercasts hosted by Kalvos & Damian's New Music Bazaar. Composer David Dramm has organized this special concert for K&D at STEIM, Europe's leading electroacoustic/electronic music concert hall. Dramm was joined by several composers for the event, including Anne La Berge, with guest appearances by Louis Andriessen, Ruth Dreier, and Nick Didkovsky and special interviews with Jacqueline Oskamp, Frances-Marie Uitti, and Philip Mechanicus.

David Dramm

The AmsterDramm Project is assisted by STEIM, VuurWerk Internet for technical operations and Kanner Internet for cybercasting distribution. K&D receives technical support from WGDR and Goddard College, but has approximately $6,000 in additional requirements:

Budget for Kalvos & Damian's New Music Bazaar to host the cybercast on September 12:

ISDN line           $1,250
Phone charges       $1,500
Telephone bridge    $2,500
Travel/housing      $  750
Miscellaneous       $  500
TOTAL               $6,500

For additional information on the participants and support organizations for the AmsterDramm projects, see the Project Page.


??Final Schedule

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2310 GMT / 7:10 EDT

Cybercast ends approximately 2330 GMT / 7:30 EDT


??What is Kalvos & Damian's New Music Bazaar?


??What are the K&D projects?


??Who are Kalvos and Damian?


??What is available on the K&D site?


??Where can I hear the Bazaar?


??What Support is Sought?


??Outcomes: The K&D Goals


??AmsterDramm Project Sponsors


The AmsterDramm Project is funded by

Kalvos & Damian's Advisory Board