Norwich piano concert for environment cause
Christian Climate Action Norfolk is staging a unique piano concert with Holly Cullen-Davies to raise money for an environmental cause.
Concerts Don’t Cost The Earth was founded by Holly in 2021. Combining her passion for music with her commitment to tackling the climate crisis, Holly said: “By bringing together unusual groups of people, in intimate spaces, we provide a unique, acoustic musical experience to inspire and entertain, but also make audiences think.”
As well as light refreshments there will be an opportunity to choose an environmental cause to receive the proceeds.
Holly is in demand as a pianist, singer, curator, teacher and workshop leader. Starting herself
age 6 with the wonderful Kasia Borowiak she went on to study at the Conservatoire National de Lyon, The Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester University and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Her work in schools has been generously supported by Arts Council England for the last 4 years.
Jim Green, of Christian Climate Action Norfolk, said: “I first encountered Holly musically a few years ago when invited to her family carol singing celebration, which was wonderful. We are hugely blessed to have Holly coming to Norwich.”
The concert is at The Octagon, St Peter Mancroft Church, Norwich, on Saturday 27 May at 2.30pm. Suggested donation £10, concessions £5 on the door.
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Pictured above is pianist Holly Cullen-Davies.