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The Betty Greasley Education Charity


John Rutter – Confessions of a Composer John Rutter has kindly agreed to support a fundraising evening for the Betty Greasley Education Charity (see below), on Tuesday 30th April at 7.30pm in Holy Trinity Church, Meldreth.


John studied music at Clare College, Cambridge and co-edited various choral anthologies including four Carols for Choirs volumes with Sir David Willcocks. He was Director of Music at Clare College from 1975 - 1979 and in 1981 formed his own choir, the Cambridge Singers, as a professional chamber choir primarily dedicated to recording and broadcasting.


He now divides his time between composition and conducting. In 2002 his setting of Psalm 150, commissioned for the Queen’s Golden Jubilee was performed at the Service of Thanksgiving in St Paul’s Cathedral and in 2011 he composed ‘This is the Day’, on the occasion of the marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton.


John Rutter’s music has been widely recorded and is available on many record labels.


Tickets for the event cost £10, to include a glass of wine and nibbles, and are available from the Trustees:


Peter Chilvers, Treasurer: (01763) 260742 Email: peter@melbourncambs.orangehome.co.uk


Pauline Penfold, Secretary: (01763) 260163 Email: penfold001@btinternet.com


The Betty Greasley Education Charity


Following the death of Betty Greasley in March 2006, her family requested that any donations should be used to help provide for the education of children at the Jersey Basic School in Katete, Eastern Province Zambia, in memory of Betty’s teaching work in Africa and the U.K. The primary objective of the charity is to support the school on the provision of teaching aids and equipment of various sorts and our largest donation has been towards the building of three classrooms. All these are currently not available th


rough the existing school budget. Pauline Penfold


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