|Musequality Event In Chiswick|
Locally-founded charity helps children in developing countries
Musequality supports communal music projects for disadvantaged children in developing countries, giving them the skills, experience and confidence they need to turn their lives around. They have projects in Uganda, Thailand and India, where street kids, war victims, disabled children and those suffering from HIV/aids have a chance to change their lives through music performance. The charity was founded in 2007 by Chiswick local and acclaimed violinist, David Juritz, and has featured at many Bedford Park Festivals over the years.
Local donors and anyone interested in the charity's work are invited to attend the reception on Wednesday 16th May at 6.30-9.30pm in the Gabriel Room of the St Michael and All Angels Parish Hall, Bath Road, Chiswick, London W4.
The special guests are Frank Katoola , Director of the Tender Talents Magnet School and Bosco Segawa , Founder and Director of the M-Lisada Organisation.
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May 8, 2012