Cantores Missae helping Japan

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I am delighted to pass on this message from Charles Finch concerning a Concert for Japan which the Cantores Missae are holding on 11 May. I'm sorry that I won't be able to be there myself but I do recommend it to you.
Cantores Missae are pleased to announce a "CONCERT FOR JAPAN" on May 11th to raise money to help provide necessary aid for the victims of the recent earthquake and tidal wave in Japan. Please see the leaflet below for more details and how to book tickets.

In this concert we shall be marking the 400th anniversary of the death of Tomas Luis de Victoria, performing some of his best known motets and the Requiem Mass for 6 Voices. In addition the distinguished Japanese violinist, Yu Yasuraoka, will play solo works by J.S. Bach.

Only 200 seats are available for this concert and so early booking is recommended. For those unable to attend and who wish to make a donation, please follow this link below to the Japan Society Tohoku Earthquake Relief Fund.

In order that the Japan Society can identify donations from this concert, please write "May 11" in the gift aid box. If you prefer to send a cheque made payable to "The Japan Society", please write "May 11" on the back, and post it to:

The Japan Society
Swire House
59 Buckingham Gate
London SW1E 6AJ

We hope that many people will wish to support a "CONCERT FOR JAPAN" or make a donation to help alleviate the suffering of so many thousands of men, women and children in Japan.

Finally, may I ask you to pass this message on to all your friends so that we can achieve our target of raising a minimum of £5,000 for this most worthy cause?

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