ONE TREE HILL SINFONIA TO COMMEMORATE ONE YEAR SINCE GRENFELL TOWER FIRE WITH PERFORMANCE IN AID OF JUSTICE4GRENFELL
The One Tree Hill Sinfonia and Principal Conductor and Artistic Director Adrián Varela announce a performance on Sunday 17 June 2018 in aid of Justice4Grenfell, the organisation fighting the legal battle on behalf of Grenfell Tower Fire victims and families.
One year on from the tragedy, the One Tree Hill Sinfonia (OTHS) will perform Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No.1, ‘Titan’, an epic work on tragedy, struggle and quest for victory. The concert will take place in St. Bartholomew’s Church, Sydenham, London SE26, a venue renowned locally for quality classical music. As with all OTHS performances, this concert will feature ‘Sit Inside the Orchestra’ scheme for members of the public, ‘post-performance Q&A’ and ‘musical trailers’ as integral parts of the event.
Adrián Varela said: ‘One year on from the man-made Grenfell Tower disaster, families of victims are still suffering. With cuts to the legal aid budget and court fee hikes, many of them have been left vulnerable in their search for justice. With this concert we support the efforts of Justice4Grenfell in their fight to help Grenfell Tower victims and their families.’