Student organises concert for impoverished Cambodian village
A STUDENT from the Red Maids’ School in Westbury-on-Trym has organised a concert to raise money to support a school in an impoverished Cambodian village.
Lizzie Wallbridge has organised the concert, which will take place at Horfield Methodist Church, Gloucester Road, tonight at 7pm.
Lizzie and 20 of her friends, all aged 16 to 18, will perform a wide range of instrumental and vocal tunes ranging from Leona Lewis to Queen, and John Williams to Tchaikovsky.
Performances will include barbershop singing, a wind quintet, a flute trio as well as other group and solo performances.
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Since 2011, Red Maids’ has been partnered through the charity United World Schools with Jong village in Cambodia.
Enough money has been raised to build a school there as well as funds to maintain it.
A group of Red Maids’ students will visit the school in July, when they will teach lessons and carry out voluntary work.