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E=MC2-sponsored charity concert hits the right note

Classical music enthusiasts were treated to an outstanding concert featuring the musical genius of Britain’s most talented young musicians at the Cherubim Music Trust Charity Gala. The concert, which was sponsored by PR agency E=MC2 Public Relations, has helped the Trust raise funds to equip the nation’s most gifted young musicians with the very best instruments. The event took place at the popular Nadder Music Café near Salisbury.

Concertgoers were treated to sonatas by legendary composers Brahms, Chopin and Fauré, flawlessly performed by two exciting and brilliant Cherubim artists, the extraordinary young cellist Vashti Hunter – who was accompanied by pianist Jocelyn Freeman – and up and coming pianist BingBing Li.

Established in 2001, the Cherubim Music Trust was created to loan high-quality musical instruments to young musicians unable to afford one that matches their talent. The Trust is now appealing for funds to extend the range of instruments it offers to help the next generation of world-class musicians.

“We’ve been involved with the Cherubim Music Trust for many years and were delighted to once again support the charity gala concert,” says Elizabeth Coyle-Camp, managing director of E=MC2 Public Relations. “The Trust does a fantastic job in nurturing the talents of gifted young musicians and we’re delighted to be in a position to help.”

For more information about the Cherubim Music Trust, please visit: http://www.cherubimtrust.org/