Trinity Hospice Hosts Free Concert

Orpheus Sinfonia perform a programme of festive pieces

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Trinity Hospice is a registered charity that provides skilled, compassionate care for terminally ill people and their families in the local community.

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The hour long concert on Wednesday 10th December will take place in Trinity’s outpatient centre, Mulberry Place, overlooking Trinity’s award-winning gardens. Starting at 2pm, guests will enjoy a specially chosen programme of festive pieces and hear the fascinating stories and inspiration behind them, accompanied by tea and cake. Patients and members of the community are all welcome.

The Orpheus Sinfonia, under the artistic direction of Thomas Carroll, has established itself as one of the most vibrant, dynamic and inspiring young orchestras. It was founded in 2008 by the Orpheus Foundation to provide opportunity and support for exceptionally talented young musicians emerging from study into the profession. The orchestra attracts the very best of music conservatoire graduates, forming an elite group of performers excelling in artistic distinction.

To reserve your place, please contact Grace Lodge by emailing or calling 020 7787 1089. This is an informal event, so you can also simply turn up on the day but spaces may be limited.

Trinity would like to thank Mary Moody and Chris Moreton for making this free event possible. Thank you also to the musicians and the Orpheus Foundation.

Trinity is the UK's oldest hospice, providing the only dedicated end-of-life care service for 750,000 people living in central and south west London - each year 10,000 of these people will find out that they have a terminal illness. It costs £10 million to run Trinity each year, but just 31% of its income is from the NHS. Trinity must raise over £7 million in charitable donations and legacies each year to provide the specialist end-of-life care its community relies upon.

November 11, 2014