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Singing to Save Sight: a Variety Music Concert

Last night at Bernie’s Music Land in Melbourne, vision impaired soprano, Pamela Reynolds BEM, performed beautiful classical solos as part of a concert to raise money for the Centre for Eye Research Australia (CERA).

Pamela was joined by her accompanist, Kenneth Briggs, who played lovely piano solos. Kenneth was joined by his son, Stephen, to play the Warsaw Concerto.

The Clayton Choral Society were also on stage to entertain with range of well-known and loved tunes, and Richard Luke was a hit on the bagpipes.

CERA would like to thank Pamela and everyone involved in the event for their support.

Ken Briggs and Pamela Reynolds

Ken Briggs and Pamela Reynolds

Pamela and The Clayton Choral Society

Pamela and The Clayton Choral Society


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