Dorvon Duo: Debut Concert in aid of Music as Therapy International

Posted in Fundraising Events on 8th November 2011

We all know music matters. Music as Therapy International takes music where it matters: to children and adults with special needs in deprived countries around the world. This concert will make a difference to the projects we have planned in 2012.

Jane Gibson and Elaine Streeter have known each other for many years, first as student music therapists, then as professional colleagues, always as friends. Their music making goes back a long way, yet they have been performing together for a mere two years. Their guiding principle is to play music they love, with the aim of bringing pleasure to others. The concert you will hear tonight is their London debut.

Time and Date: 19:30, 28/01/2012

Venue: The University Women's Club, 2 Audley Square London W1K 1DB

The programme ranges from the Mozart Sonata for Four Hands KV19D to Antony Le Fleming's Pop Moods, and will include works by Ravel, Satie, Tchaikovsky and Poulenc

Entry to this concert is free, but as a small charity we would appreciate a donation.

Seats must be reserved in advance. This will happen automatically when you make a donation (suggestion: £10 per person)

When you donate, please email to inform us as to how may seats you require.If you are unable to donate but would like to attend, please email To donate, go to: See more

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