Hundreds of musicians hoping to raise thousands for cancer charity
Hundreds of singers and musicians will perform at a concert in the city raising money for cancer research.
Performers from across Somerset and the former Avon area are joining forces for the free concert next month.
The concert at the Colston Hall will be the fourth time that David Pitts has organised such a performance, having already raised £8,700 for Cancer Research UK. But this year's performance will be enhanced by the addition of 300 singers.
Performers will gather on the morning of Sunday, February 3 and rehearse together ahead of the concert at 4pm.
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Dawn Harrison, a Cancer Research UK volunteer manager, said. "Every step we make towards beating cancer relies on every pound, every hour, and every person. That's why we are so grateful for the continued support we receive from people like David, the orchestras and singers for choosing to support Cancer Research UK again this year.
"This is the fourth year David has organised the event, last year was a tremendous success raising over £3,500, helping further research into Cancer, saving lives and adding years, creating more tomorrows for more people, giving hope to the many families whose lives have been touched by cancer. Please help David make this the best year ever."
Free tickets for the concert can be picked up at the Colston Hall Box Office while postal tickets are available by visiting www.theorchestrapitts.wix.com/theorchestrapitts, emailing email@example.com or calling 01984 641003.Donations to Cancer Research UK are encouraged instead of an entrance fee.