Enjoy an evening of music at St Agnes Church

THE Youth Education and Support Trust (YES Trust), in conjunction with the Hilton College Choir, will be hosting a wonderful evening with Richard Cock at St Agnes Church in Kloof on Wednesday 16th February.

Richard Cock is a well-known and entertaining conductor.

Jill Storrar, secretary of YES Trust, said the conductor’s knowledge and love of music, his sense of humor and his entertaining style know no bounds.

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“We are very grateful to Richard for coming from Johannesburg to give so generously of his time to help us raise funds for disadvantaged students at YES Trust and the Hilton College Two-Organ Project,” said Storrar.

Another conductor of the evening, David Orr is co-director of music at Hilton College. Orr joined Hilton College after serving as Director of Music at St. George’s Cathedral.

“He is an extremely talented musician and organist, and a brilliant director of the Hilton College Choir. The choir has a number of very gifted singers who are sure to entertain and captivate you with beautiful music,” Storrar said.

In addition to wonderful music, there will also be the opportunity to taste delicious Diemersfontein wines during intermission and after the event.

Additionally, Storrar said they have a spectacular raffle prize range which includes a two night stay at Hertford House in the Midlands.

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The concert will take place at 6:00 p.m. in the auditorium of St Agnes Church.

Tickets cost R180 and are available on Webtickets.

Proceeds will go to YES Trust, which supports disadvantaged and tertiary level students, and the Hilton College Two-Organ Project.

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