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Musicians including singers, cellists, violinists, and pianists are performing together at an indoor stage in front of an audience who applauds.


The Amber Trust is delighted to present a fantastic afternoon of music on May 15 at the Wathen Hall, St Paul's School in London featuring internationally acclaimed pianist Derek Paravicini and some of Amber's talented young musicians from accross the country.

The Amber Trust was created to support blind and partially sighted children in the UK, including those with additional disabilities, to meet their musical aspirations and fulfill their potential. Amber's Annual Concert plays a vital role in providing some of those children with the opportunity to perform in front of a live audience – sometimes for the first time.

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The Amber Trust's Annual Concert


The Wathen Hall, St Paul's School, Barnes, London, SW13 9JT

Tel: 0300 323 9964

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