A great memorial concert was held for a much loved music lover.
Kate Kinsey was a Cirencester local world health organization sadly passed away suddenly last year.
Your darling was a music lover who raised funds for Paternoster School school of thought where she worked as a mentor as well as other charities.
The girl friend, Dawn Tye organised a fabulous memorial concert in her storage at the Church of St . Nicole the Baptist in Cirencester a prior weekend not too long ago.
“She was a lovely person, ” said Dawn.
“Always working hard to raise dollars for charities and also gave most support to encourage young people with an music in their lives, including her own children.
“Music was a big part of lige her life so that’s why I decided which will organise a music concert. ”
The concert functional a variety of performers from all around the regional, many of whom knew and had many hundreds of Kate.
Dawn kept: “I invited some young people to perform who knew Kate (Harry Ice and Alice Nelson who have both of them studied music at degree aim as performers). Plus the Cotswold Little league Singers.
“Kate’s children Grace and Beatrice also completed. They are both brass players to a bigger standard and Beatrice also being sung.
“Also singing were initially the Cantores Chamber Choir , Kate used to sing with this retomber. I also showed some video footage that belong to the children and staff at Paternoster School singing. ”
There were also performances from rest room flute ensemble Tutti Flutti, Cirencester Community Choir and well known fine opera singer Maria Jagusz.
All funds raised through your concert will go to Paternoster Classes (music therapy/sensory garden) and the Cirencester-based Achieve Africa.
“Kate worked at Paternoster for many years since was very keen to provide those same musical experiences for the pupils and after that continue to fund and develop by areas, ” added Dawn.
“Achieve Africa support one vulnerable African children through items and programmes of health and studies. ”
“It was a wonderful concert, the church must have been packed and the variety of music earned by everyone. ”