04:32AM, Wednesday 14 December 2011
A special fundraising evening in aid of Thames Hospicecare will be held at Windsor Guildhall on Tuesday.
Classical singer Genevieve Usher is celebrating 16 years of performing for the charity with an acclaimed group of singers.
Following a fundraising concert in Cookham Dean on Friday, December 2, she will sing at the Guildhall with soloists Sally Cox, David Hazeldine and Derek Beaven.
They will be accompanied by two graduates of the Royal College of Music – pianist Gillian Salmon and harpist Rebecca McGrath.
Genevieve said: "This is a Christmas concert with a difference, featuring some amazing musicians and singers performing well-known classics but also introducing the audience to some less well-known Christmas pieces, and of course benefiting an absolutely worthwhile cause."
Gracious & Glorious starts at 7.30pm and tickets are £15, including interval wine, from 01753 855287 or from the Tourist Information Centre, Old Booking Hall, Windsor Royal Station.
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