In aid of St Lawrence Seal and St Margaret’s Underriver Church funds
And The Clemence Charitable Trust (Reg no: 283114)
Lauren Joyanne Morris (Mezzo Soprano)
Milly Forrest (Soprano)
Camilla Marchant (Flute)
Joseph Havlat (Piano and accompanist)
Our two churches, which are a joint benefice, are producing a second online concert following the success of our earlier concert last December. Thanks to generous support from ticket sales and donations we raised £4,800 which was shared between the performers and our churches to provide much-needed financial support in a very difficult year. It was viewed in Washington, Toronto, Vancouver, South Africa and New Zealand as well as all over the UK.
Our next concert will again include mezzo-soprano Lauren Joyanne Morris together with flautist Camilla Marchant, both of whom have appeared in live concerts at our churches. They will be joined by soprano Milly Forrest and Joseph Havlat pianist and accompanist.
The recordings for the December concert were necessarily recorded in the musicians’ homes due to strict lockdown measures; on this occasion the recordings will be in a studio which will offer more scope to the performers.
Once again we are seeking your support for our talented musicians, our two churches which are experiencing another period of financial uncertainty and The Clemence Charitable Trust.
The concert will be available on YouTube from April 23rd for a minimum of 4 weeks and ticket holders will be advised of the access link ahead of the concert.
Tickets are priced at £15 per household (£20 for anyone outside Europe) and are available by application on the attached form from John Clemence on which you can also include a donation. It is essential that you provide an email address so that the link may be sent to you.
Your application will be acknowledged by email. This letter and the application form will be attached.
We would urge you to forward them to family and friends wherever they are so that they will also be able to enjoy the concert.
We hope we can rely on your support.
The funding is being arranged through The Clemence Charitable Trust (Reg No 283114)