Artists take part in Grenfell Tower benefit concert at Cadogan Hall

This Sunday, Cadogan Hall will host a benefit concert in aid of those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire. The event, which will be presented by BBC Radio 3’s Petroc Trelawny, will feature Askonas Holt artists Christine Rice, Gary Griffiths, Luis Gomes and Edward Gardner. A “Super Orchestra” has been put together for the event, comprising of players from top London orchestra including the Philharmonia, Royal Opera House and Royal Philharmonic Orchestras. All musicians, soloists and conductors are giving their services for free.

To ensure that the funds raised reach those most in need, the concert organisers and Cadogan Hall, in consultation with London Emergencies Trust, have decided to distribute the funds equally between Rugby Portobello Trust (Charity No 11000143) and Grief Encounter (Charity No 1101277), which focus specifically on helping the affected families with rehabilitation and looking to the future.

The concert take place at 6pm on Sunday 17 September. You can buy tickets to attend here.

Buy a ticket for a resident

An invitation to attend the concert has been extended to the 158 families directly affected by the fire. If you wish to cover the cost of one or more of their tickets please call the Box Office on 020 7730 4500.

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