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Arundel

18th September 2005

Dear All

Received from a member.

Best wishes
Ute

Dear friend, sorry I don't call you by name ,
I promised to send you information concerning the Charity
Grand Ukrainian Concert in favour of Chernobyl children. It will take place
in fantastic venue -Barons Hall in Arundel Castle, Arundel, West Sussex on 4
the November. Arundel is amazing town with only antique shops and beautiful
environment. You might think about weekend break. We are happy that Her
Grace Duchess of Norfolk is supporting CRF . She gives us kind permission to
perform at Her home and confirmed Her presence at the concert. The young
internationally awarded musicians are superb. There would be a lot of really
nice raffle prizes, a lot of Ukrainian features, famous Ukrainian strong
drinks and craft exhibition. All raised money is for children. CRF trustees
work voluntary and there is no administrative fees.
As we agreed I send you 4 page information and please, if you are
interested use this form to apply for the tickets ASAP . The places are
limited in Barons' Grand Hall. If you are not available pass this
information to your friends. I am sure they will enjoy the event. Hope to
see you in a fairy tale Castle.

Tatiana Pereverzeva, Executive Trustee CRF and your friend.

Working for the children of Ukraine

The Chernobyl Relief Foundation in the UK
(Registered Charity Number 1044411)

The Trustees request the pleasure of your company at

Our First Grand Charity Concert
featuring internationally acclaimed young musicians of Ukraine

Friday 4th November 2005
The Barons’ Hall, Arundel Castle, Arundel
By kind permission and in the presence of Her Grace The Duchess of Norfolk

7.00 pm. Champagne reception with canapés
8.00 pm. Charity Concert
8.45 pm. Interval – Ukraine wine, vodka and canapés
10.00 pm. Concert ends Tickets: £30 each

At the concert there will be a chance to win some attractive prizes from a Raffle Tree. There will also be an exhibition of Ukrainian craftworks.

Trustees: Embassy of Ukraine, The Baroness Cox of Queensbury, Sir Sigmund Sternberg KCSG JP,
The Very Reverend Archbishop Pavlo Khomnytsky, Anthony Williamson Esq., The Reverend Canon John Devereux, Captain C W Pile Royal Navy (Chairman), Mrs Margaret Bamford OBE, Mrs Tatiana Pereverzeva-Birch

Correspondence address: Crossbush House, Crossbush Lane, Crossbush, Arundel, West Sussex, BN18 9PQ.

The Chernobyl Relief Foundation in the UK – CRF(UK)
(Registered Charity Number 1044411)

Ukraine is a country of some 600,000 square kilometres with a population of 45.5 million. The Chernobyl nuclear incident on 26th April 1986 contaminated nearly 50,000 square kilometres of land in northern Ukraine and affected more that 3.5 million people, including 1.5 million children. (Visit www.un.org – The United Nations and Chernobyl).

The Foundation’s primary objective is to promote essential medical, material, social and welfare support for children in the Ukraine, including orphans, who are the long-term victims of the Chernobyl disaster.

The secondary objective is to promote exchange programmes between Ukranian children with more pressing health and emotional needs, and British children.

The Chernobyl Relief Foundation in the UK undertakes the following activities in Ukraine:

• Providing medical equipment to hospitals and institutions treating children with Chernobyl related illnesses.
• Delivering humanitarian aid.
• Cross cultural exchanges between Ukranian and British children.
• Educating people to the long-term ill effects of radioactive fallout and contamination.

The Foundation is committed to respecting the values and culture of Ukraine.

The Chernobyl Relief Foundation in the UK
(Registered Charity Number 1044411)

Grand Charity Concert 8.00 pm, Friday 4th November 2005, Arundel Castle

Ticket Application

Please send this completed application form along with a stamped addressed envelope and your cheque by 15th October 2005 to: CRF (UK), Crossbush House, Crossbush Lane, Crossbush, Arundel, West Sussex, BN18 9PQ.

Please send me …… tickets at £30 per person for the Grand Charity Concert on Friday 4th November 2005. I enclose an SAE and cheque for £……. made payable to ‘The Chernobyl Relief Foundation in the UK’.

OR

I am unable to attend the Concert but enclose a donation of £……. made payable to ‘The Chernobyl Relief Foundation in the UK’. Please treat this as a Gift Aid donation. I am a UK taxpayer and wish CRF (UK) to reclaim the income tax on this donation.

Name:………………………………………………………….Title………………
Address: ……………………………………………………………………………
………………………………………………………………Postcode…………….
Signature ……………………………………………………Date …………………

If you would like to support the Foundation by making a regular donation, however large or small, please tick here and you will be sent further details.

Thank you for your interest in and support for The Chernobyl Relief Foundation in the UK.

Our young and talented performers will be:

Yevgeniy Kostrytskyy, violin. He studied at Kyiv Special Music School and The National Ukranian Tchaikovsky Music Academy, graduating from both with excellence. He also attended The Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Yevgeniy’s repertoire includes violin concertos by Bach, Mozart, Haydn, Beethoven, Bruch, Ernst, Paganini, Tchaikovsky, Mendelsohn and Shostakovich. He has toured in Poland, Russia, France, Germany and Belgium.

Tania Mandzy, mezzo-soprano. A Harvard College history, literature and music graduate, Tania studied opera and music at The Guildhall School of Music; drama, piano and violin at The Pittsfield Community Music School; and ballet at The Cantarella School of Dance. She has performed with the Beccles Choral Society (Mozart, Requiem and Haydn’s Nelson Mass); Dunster House Music Society, Cambridge (Messiah) and sang chorus in the 2005 Salzberg Easter Festival production of Peter Grimes, conducted by Sir Simon Rattle, directed by Trevor Nunn.

Sasha Grynyuk, piano. Sasha studied at Kyiv Special Music School and The National Music Academy of Ukraine. He is currently studying with Ronan O’Hora at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama. He has had several competition successes including prizes in Horowitz and Gilels International Piano Competitions and First Prize in the Jacques Samuels Piano Competition 2004, which led to a Purcell Room debut. He has given many concerts in Ukraine including making appearances with the leading Ukrainian orchestra. He has given recitals throughout Europe and the United States of America, and appeared in Wig more Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall and the Weill Recital Hall in Carnegie Hall.

They will be presenting a wonderful programme including music by Bach, Delius, Quilter, Mozart, Bizet, Chausson and Brahms.

Registered Charity Number 1148802; Company Number 8143145;
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