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Last Night of the Proms-Battle of Britain Memorial Concert

Sunday 6 September 2015
Cambridge Corn Exchange - CB2 3QE
In ‘Last Night of the Proms’ style, the concert is to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.

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It promises to be a memorable evening of music, with the award winning Virtuosi GUS Band and the brilliant mezzo-soprano, Laura Wright performing the old favourites.

The event is organised by St Neots Rotary Club and funds raised will be shared between charities supported by the club and the Royal Air Force Association. Read more at www.rotarystneots.org.uk.

About the GUS Band:

Ranked amongst the top ten English brass bands, the award winning GUS Band are renowned as one of the best in the area. Indeed, they were crowned ‘Midlands Regional Champion’ in 2014, where the comment was "The band played outstandingly and their performance really blew the judges away ".

About Laura Wright:

With over a million album sales under her belt, Laura Wright has been one of the biggest selling classical artists this decade.

Laura was the first mezzo soprano to perform at the Olympic Stadium. She has toured with tenors Alfie Boe and Russell Watson and opened the iTunes Festival for Andrea Bocelli. She has enjoyed many performances at prestigious venues such as the Royal Albert Hall, Royal Festival Hall, the Royal Opera House, Wembley Stadium, Wembley Arena, The O2, Twickenham Stadium, Buckingham Palace, Westminster Abbey, even The Great Wall of China.

Laura performed at the opening ceremony for HRH Prince Harry’s Invictus Games where she debuted a new piece she wrote “Invincible”, taken from her album, Sound Of Strength. Laura’s show-stopping performance resulted in the mezzo-soprano being the talk of the concert, gracing the front page of the Daily Telegraph the following day.

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