Posted: 18 May 2015
We have some free tickets to a wonderful concert that will be performed by the Fukushima Youth Sinfonietta, which you may be interested in taking your students to.
The concert will feature the acclaimed pianist Panos Karan and a gifted young British singer, Anna Maria Munoz and will take place on Monday June 1st at St John’s Smith Square, London SW1 from 7.30p.m. – 9.40p.m.
The performers are all survivors of the 2011 Tsunami and the evening will raise money for the UK charity Keys of Change that provides music lessons to deprived children in India and Ecuador, and concerts for young people in remote communities around the world.
Keys of Change was founded by Panos Karan, a Greek concert pianist who frequently performs in venues around the world. He says: “Classical music can be enjoyed as much on the banks of the Amazon river and slums of Sierra Leone as on the stage of Carnegie Hall or Southbank Centre. It is one of the simplest yet strongest ways for individuals around the world to build bridges for peace and make a positive social change.”
If you’d like to know more about this unique concert or get tickets, please contact Lucy on email@example.com. Or click on the links for details of our school music tours to China and for all our school music trip destinations.
Anthony Chew, Head of Music, Darwen Aldridge Community Academy, Lancashire.
Jane Werry, Head of Music, Hayes School, Kent.
James Williams, Llandovery College, Carmarthenshire.