Concert for Zimbabwean educational charity to be held at Assembly House
PUBLISHED: 11:12 07 October 2018
An Norwich venue is set to host an evening of diverse musical talent in support of a Norfolk-based charity for Zimbabwean children.
A Kaleidoscope of Song, supported by Norfolk Black History Month, will see recording artist Anna Mudeka, former The Voice contestant Emily Jupp, and crossover soprano Emma Nuule perform at the Assembly House on Friday, October 19 at 7.30pm.
Proceeds will go to The Mudeka Foundation, founded by Anna Mudeka in 2011, to support the education of orphans and disadvantaged children in Zimbabwe.
The concert’s programme will span opera to songs from the West End, traditional ballads and new twists on African songs, and the singers will be accompanied by pianist David Lane.
Tickets are priced at £25 or £20 concessions, including a glass of prosecco or cordial on arrival, and are available via Eventbrite.