Classical Christmas Celebration From The Children’s Trust

Celebrating it’s 25th anniversary, The Children’s Trust Christmas Concert is back! To mark this festive milestone, a selection of spectacular classical musicians, performers and special guests will come together to perform at the iconic Cadogan Hall, London on Monday 5 December. Hosted by journalist and BBC news presenter Nicholas Owen, the evening is guaranteed to get those attending in a merry mood. Other special guests include conductor, Nigel Hess and reigning recorder virtuoso, Piers Adams of Red Priest. There will also be celebrity guest readings and appearances by Samantha Bond, Amanda Burton and Alistair McGowan. Other performers on the night include soprano Ana Maria Rincon and the Amici Ensemble. The Chamber Orchestra from The Royal Academy of Music, Junior Department and the Supers’ Choir of St George’s School, Windsor Castle will also perform. A full list of performers can be found on the Cadogan Hall booking page. Jamie Pourier-Benham, Fundraising Manager at The Children's Trust says: ‘We are thrilled to have such a top-class line up to help us celebrate 25 years of our much-loved Christmas concert. We so appreciate the commitment and help of the committee and the performers who kindly donate their time to help raise money for children with brain injuy – without them the show could not continue to go on!” Tickets for the concert start from £25 each and can be purchased from Cadogan Hall’s website, Gala ticket holders (£60) will have the option to join the performers for a post-concert reception of drinks and canapés.

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