International musicians grace north Norfolk village for charity
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Two international musicians will be playing a special concert in Wiveton to raise money for the Syrian Refugee crisis.
Cesar Lattore from Gijon in Spain and Andreas Polyzogopoulos from Samiko in Greece will be gracing the Wiveton Church to raise money for the British Red Cross to support their refugee campaign.
Attendees can expect to hear jazz and original numbers on the piano, trumpet and electronics.
Organiser Rose Goodwin, said: 'We are really excited to be raising money for such an incredible organisation such as British Red Cross. My friends and I have been deeply affected by the footage of the poor people in Syria and also the refugee crisis.' She added: 'We want to raise as much money as possible to support these people who find themselves in such dreadful circumstances.'
The event, taking place on Thursday, February 1 opens its doors at 7pm for a 7.30 start.
There is not an entrance fee but organisers will be hoping for a donation on the door.
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