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Ski 2 Freedom's First Classical Concert

Music and the mountains are in harmony with the synergy of healing, spiritual awareness, reawakening the senses and helping to rehabilitate and rejuvenate both the body and mind. This is why we strongly believe that bringing together these elements to raise funds and awareness will help more people to benefit from winter sports and other mountain activities.

"I do hope you are able to join us at our 1st Classical Concert (our 2nd is to be held in Val d’Isere in February 2016) – our growing expertise in mountain sports means that using the Ski 2 Freedom Information Resource we are increasingly being used by other charities to help them expand the horizons of their members. More and more families and individuals are contacting us and there is no doubt that we are helping to carry on the legacy begun some 150 years ago in the Swiss mountains that there is no other place quite like the Alps for rejuvenation!

The evening is to be held at St Gabriel's Church in Pimlico, renowned for its accoustics, with performances by Alicia Lowes, Julia Doyle and Sandra Gayer. Tempting the palate with renditions and classical-crossover singing the Concert will be followed by a reception of wine and Alpine cheeses and meats!

A Classical Concert in aid of Ski 2 Freedom Foundation

Followed by a wine and alpine food reception

1st October 2015 at 7.30 p.m.

At St Gabriel’s Church, Pimlico, London SW1V 4QG

Julia Doyle Sandra Gayer Alicia Lowes

Event Ticket : £25 (concert & reception)

All proceeds will go to our key activities as the event will be kindly sponsored

If you are unable to join us and would like to make a donation

we would be most grateful - thank you so much.One of our main objectives is the Tobell Winter Sports Programme which was established with the legacy from the Tobell family to ensure people affected by disability, additional needs, or life-changing conditions have access to winter sports activities in order to develop their potential.

Wengen March 2015: A Ski 2 Freedom experience investing in the lives of young people helped empower two exceptionally courageous children to learn to snowboard, gain enormous self-confidence and new life skills. Knowing who to contact and what new technology was available, allowed us to undertake this amazing venture. It has now opened up enormous possibilities for many other amputee and limbless people. John McDermott (pictured with Catherine) was born with no limbs (Amelia Condition) and Ellie aged 18 months had part of her arms and legs amputated due to Meningitis.” Catherine

For more information about the concert please contact:

Empowering people affected by disability, additional needs and life-changing conditions with the benefits of year round mountain activities

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