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Concert for Watford New Hope Trust

PUBLISHED: 18:16 16 January 2012 | UPDATED: 20:54 20 February 2013

Musician Wing Yun Wu

Musician Wing Yun Wu

A concert of classical music takes place in Watford next month in aid of local homelessness charity, Watford New Hope Trust.

A concert of classical music takes place in Watford next month in aid of local homelessness charity, Watford New Hope Trust.


The programme features Ravels impressionistic piano trio and Schuberts Viennese masterpiece The Trout. Watford resident, Wing Yun Wu, who has appeared as a soloist with several internationally-renowned orchestras, will be joined by members of the BBC Concert Orchestra, which has recently returned to take up residence at the newly-refurbished Watford Coliseum.


The concert, which is supported by the University of Bedfordshire, takes place at St Lukes Church on Langley Way on 11 February and starts at 8pm. Tickets cost 10 (8 concessions) including refreshments and programme, and can be reserved by calling 01582 882159.


For more information regarding the work of WNHT, please visit www.wnht.org



ABOUT THE CHARITY


Watford New Hope Trust (WNHT) exists to serve homeless and vulnerable people by providing accommodation and opportunities to rebuild damaged lives. Founded upon Christian values, it supports people regardless of faith. WNHT houses 50 people every night and helps over 600 homeless people every year. It operates 15 services and projects from nine locations in Watford.

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