Tuesday, 7 May 2013

Singing to aid young singers

Singers are uniquely dependent on their body as their source of income, and young singers can be affected by illness, not only physically but financially too. The Young Singers' Welfare Foundation was set up to help young singers (those under 40) who suffer financial hardship as a result of a serious medical condition or illness. Soprano Rosemary Joshua, a founder trustee of the foundation, is giving a recital on 17 May 2013 in aid of the foundation. The recital takes place at the Stone House in Lewisham and all proceeds will be going to the Young Singers Welfare Foundation. Further information from the Young Singers' Welfare Foundation website.

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