Classics on a winter night
ACCOMPLISHED young artists return to Gainsborough All Saints’ Church on Saturday 17th December for a winter’s evening of classical music.
Mezzo-Soprano Kamilla Dunstan of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and violinist Edmund Taylor of Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, London, are joined by pianist Dorian Markovac - also of Trinity Laban Conservatoire.
These young local artists, from Worksop and Scrooby, are hosting the concert to raise funds for the Jubmulance Trust and Gainsborough All Saints’ Church.
The Jumbulance Trust is a small charitable trust with four buses and specialist vehicles which transport disabled people on long journeys all over the country, for example holidays or day trips.
The vehicles are part coach, part ambulance and are known as jumbulances.
They are equipped with everything they need for a comfortable and safe journey, accompanied by volunteer nurses, doctors, carers and helpers.
It costs the Trust £100,000 to build just one bus.
Kamilla said: “This is something that is close to my heart as it gives those who cannot travel without oxygen, doctors, beds etc a chance to experience new things and enhances their lives.”
“That includes children and adults suffering from illnesses such as cancer.”
l Tickets for the performance on Saturday 17th December at 7.30pm are on sale priced £7 for adults and £6 for children and concessions.
Tickets will be on sale at the door, or if you want to buy a ticket beforehand visit Gainsborough All Saints’ Church Cafe or Horsleys on Church Street.