Experience top opera band, Amore, at a festive treat of a gig and support Centrepoint’s efforts to help homeless young people in London this Christmas.
Chappell of Bond Street hosts this fundraising concert in their intimate Soho recital room, giving just 50 music lovers the opportunity to hear Amore perform a programme of classical and crossover music. There will be a reception in their beautiful piano hall and a chance to meet the group after the show.
The four friends, soprano Monica McGhee, baritone Peter Brathwaite, mezzo soprano Victoria Gray and tenor David Webb are all incredibly talented, young opera singers who came together at the Royal College of Music. The group was created after a chance meeting between Warner Bros executives and a RCM professor.
With upcoming dates at both the Royal Albert Hall and Barbican Hall, this is a unique opportunity to hear the power and passion of Amore up close and personal.
Tickets for this special, charity concert are £50 and include mulled wine and mince pies with all proceeds going to Centrepoint. Book online now.
Check them out – here’s their video for single Brindisi from La Traviata.
Amore play the Centrepoint Christmas concert on Thursday 18 December. Doors and pre-concert hospitality from 6.30pm, concert at 7.30pm at Chappell of Bond Street, 152 Wardour Street W1F 8YA.