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The Greenwich Foundation Trinity College of Music

Friday 28 September 2001, 7:30pm

Chapel, Old Naval College, Greenwich

Beyond Terror

The Trinity College of Music Faculty give a fundraising concert
dedicated to the victims of the USA disaster

The Greenwich Foundation and Trinity College of Music collaborate in a fundraising concert taking place on Friday 28th September, 7:30pm, dedicated to the victims of last week's terrorist tragedy and their families. Donations from the evening will be sent to: HELPING USA which was set up by the Charity Aid Foundation to make payments to recognised charitable institutions to relieve those in need of help after the disaster.

This concert is organised in conjunction with Towards Humanity (registered charity #1075339), a long-term international initiative using music as a catalyst for supporting humanitarian projects around the world. To date, over 150,000 has been raised for charities in Lebanon, Israel, Jordan, Egypt, Syria, Haiti, the UK and other countries.

The evening will be presented by the founder of Towards Humanity, international flautist Wissam Boustany, who will be joined by Penelope Roskell (piano), Paul Chapman (flute), Claire Nelson (violin), Daryl Runswick (composer), Paul Goodey (oboe), Anna Noakes (flute), Douglas Finch (piano) and others.

 

TICKETS Free Admission

A collection will be made on the evening. Cheques payable to Towards Humanity will be forwarded to HELPING USA in one payment (reducing transfer costs). No commissions will be taken by Towards Humanity - the organisations dealing directly with the victims will receive 100% of the proceeds from the concert.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION
Towards Humanity
Tel: 0207 385 5569, Fax: 0207 381 9001, Email: WBoustany@aol.com
Trinity College of Music
Emma Kendon (Marketing & Press Officer) Tel: 0208 305 3987
The Greenwich Foundation Reverend Sally Davies Tel: 0208 269 4766, Fax: 0208 269 4757

Charity Aid Foundation Tel: 0800 99 33 11 (ask for: HELPING USA FUND)


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