200 years of Chappell of Bond Street celebrated by great artists

A world class ensemble of artists from the world of music will soon be congregating at Chappell’s of Bond Street to celebrate the famous music superstores Bi-centenary. They will be performing a series of intimate recitals, taking in jazz, classical and pop, raising money for the homeless charity Centrpoint at the same time

The first recital will be on April 4th 2011 and is by the acclaimed pianist Freddy Kempf.  He will then be followed by performances from the sensational  Artur Pizarro, the Mercury nominated  Kit Downes Trio and finally Jamie Cullum,  who will bring the series to a close in December.

All of the artists are devoting their services free of charge to raise vital funds for Centrepoint to give homeless young people a future by providing a safe home and the support to get their lives back on track.

Due to the unique, exclusive nature of the events, tickets are very limited and are expected to sell out well in advance so early booking is advised