Classic FM Live returned to the Royal Albert Hall on 18th April – and, as always, guests were in for a breathtaking evening.
As you may know, this year marks a very special one for Classic FM, as they celebrate their landmark birthday – 25 years of bringing classical music to millions across the UK.
We were treated to some dazzling performances from the likes of Tamsin Waley-Cohen, Simon Trpceski, and the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.
We were also delighted to be joined on stage by Carolyn Mayling (Rosie’s mum) and trustee Bev Crook from Rosie’s Rainbow Fund – just one of the small projects supported by Global’s Make Some Noise.
We are delighted to announce that, thanks to the generosity of the audience, £4,520 was raised on the evening, which will help to improve the lives of disadvantaged children and young people right across the UK.
A special thank you goes to John Oldham, who presented Global’s Make Some Noise with a cheque for £2,500 on behalf of The Oldham Foundation.
If you too would like to get involved and support Global’s Make Some Noise in Classic FM’s 25th birthday year, find out how here.