The Linton Singers and invited Orchestra present a Charity Concert in aid of IWORK4ME

The Linton Singers and invited Orchestra will be presenting a Charity Concert in aid of IWORK4ME on Saturday 30th April at 7.30pm in the Canongate Kirk, Edinburgh.

Under their conductor Murray Campbell, The Linton Singers, invited Orchestra and

Jean Arulanantham playing Organ, will present a programme featuring

REQUIEM by Maurice Duruflé (1902 – 1986)

Soloists: Annie Patch (mezzo soprano) and Royston Timewell (bass)

GLORIA by Antonio Vivaldi (1678 – 1741)

Soloists: Caroline Gold and Annie Patch (soprano)

Margaret Torrance (alto)

 

This Charity Concert will support the valuable work of IWORK4ME (www.iwork4me.org.uk). IWORK4ME is the only Scottish Charity providing specialised support to people with Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC) who wish to become self-employed.

IWORK4ME recognises the challenges faced daily by people with ASC and that the world of employment can be extremely stressful. The Charity believes there are significant advantages to self-employment and that this ultimate goal is achievable given the right support.

IWORK4ME promotes the benefits of self-employment through its unique Business coaching service. At a pace to suit, experienced Business Coaches guide clients step-by-step from the initial abstract thinking through to small business start up and beyond. Furthermore, IWORK4ME seeks to develop the understanding of what makes good practice and innovation in supported self-employment.

The choir would very much appreciate your support for this concert. Tickets, priced at £10.00 are available from Choir members or if you would like tickets reserved please email secretary@lintonsingers.org or sue@iwork4me.org.uk. Tickets will be available for collection at the door of the Canongate Kirk before the concert.