The Harrow Symphony Orchestra is set to hold a charity concert on Saturday 25th March at St Edmunds Church in Northwood Hills, aimed at raising funds for Helping to Leave, a charity that is focused on helping to safely evacuate Ukrainians trapped in conflict zones.
The orchestra, which comprises of talented musicians from the local Harrow community and beyond, will play a diverse selection of classical music pieces, in addition to debuting a brand-new composition. The concert is aimed at promoting peace and unity, with all profits from ticket sales set to go to charity.
Harrow Symphony Orchestra are an amateur orchestra based in Harrow. There are typically three concerts held each year, in November, March, and July, and the orchestra is always looking for new players to join, so if anyone is interested in playing, there are no formal auditions, then you should get in touch.
Tickets for the concert can be purchased for £15 online through www.ticketsource.co.uk/harrow-symphony-orchestra, or £16 on the door. Children under the age of 16 will be admitted for free. Those who cannot attend but still wish to support the cause are encouraged to make a donation through the Helping to Leave website.
The orchestra has also urged members of the public to follow them on social media, including Instagram (@harrowsymphony) and Facebook, for information about future events and activities.