Clare Hall’s Music Committee presented a pair of concerts featuring pianists Ljubica Stojanovic and Patrick Hemmerlé this spring, to raise funds for the Raymond Nicolet Trust. The charity is delighted to confirm that they raised £695 across the two performances.
Christine Hilcenko, co-founder of the Trust, shares:
"We are very grateful to both Ljubica and Patrick, who gave us their time and talent to support our cause. The live comments on the broadcast were a tribute to the amazing talent of both artists. We are so delighted to have them amongst our patrons. Many thanks to Clare Hall’s Music Committee for hosting the event, and to Paul Mulvaney for his technical skills in broadcasting the concert."
Everyone’s kind donations will support the charity's current projects: the Jovan Arandjelovic School in Crvena Reka; the Sveti Sava School in Bajina Basta; and the Jovan Jovanovic Zmaj School in Pancevo.
The Raymond Nicolet Trust's mission is to enhance the educational prospects of children and students in Serbia, giving them the best possible opportunities in life. You can discover more about the charity via their website.
Patrick Hemmerlé is Musician-in-Residence at Clare Hall. Enjoy his other recent performances via YouTube.
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