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By Vision Reporter

Added 25th September 2007 03:00 AM

KAMPALA Music School (KMS) and Uweso are holding a joint charity classical concert featuring world renowned Romanian Pianist Gabriela Imreh and US conductor, Daniel Spalding and a local mass choir.

KAMPALA Music School (KMS) and Uweso are holding a joint charity classical concert featuring world renowned Romanian Pianist Gabriela Imreh and US conductor, Daniel Spalding and a local mass choir.

KAMPALA Music School (KMS) and Uweso are holding a joint charity classical concert featuring world renowned Romanian Pianist Gabriela Imreh and US conductor, Daniel Spalding and a local mass choir.

Spalding will conduct a mass choir of 120 singers and the newly founded Kampala Music Orchestra of 30 instrumentalists to perform today at the Sheraton Hotel Rwenzori Ballroom at 7:00pm and at the National Theatre on Sunday September 30 at 4:30pm.

Tickets at the Sheraton go for sh50,000 and National Theatre sh20,000 adults and sh10,000, children. All proceeds towards UWESO and KMS.

The festival choir constitutes singers from five choirs — All Saints Cathedral choirs, Christ the King Choir, Kampala Chamber Choir, Kampala Singers and the Evangelical choir.

The choir will perform pieces by J. S. Bach, Handel, Mozart and Beethoven.

According to a press brief Imreh is a Romanian born pianist and has been performing with leading orchestras including the Vancouver Symphony.

Her performance has captivated audiences on four continents.

Daniel Spalding who will conduct the mass choir is the music director of the Philadelphia Virtuosi Chamber Orchestra as well as a frequent guest conductor throughout Europe and North America.

Tickets are available at Kampala Music School YMCA Wandegeya on Buganda Road.

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