During ESC Congress 2015 a Benefit Concert will take place on Tuesday 1 September at 20:00 at the Cadogan Hall (doors open at 18:30). This event promises to be a special concert and a great opportunity to see the most talented young musicians from United Kingdom and Europe.
The Silk Street Sinfonia orchestra will perform a special programme of truly inspirational classical music with rhythm being the main theme: the rhythm of the heart / the rhythm of life / the rhythm of music...
During the programme you will also experience the world premiere of “the Heart” a musical piece especially composed for the European Society of Cardiology by Deborah Pritchard, a famous contemporary British composer.
There is a limited number of tickets sold on a first come - first served basis. The price is 33 € - Attendance to this event is not included in your Congress registration fees.
All proceeds will go to benefit of the European Heart for Children Foundation.
European Heart for Children (EHC) mission is: "To promote knowledge and treatment of congenital heart disease (CHD) and related disorders in children and young adults in the European Society of Cardiology member countries and beyond". More information
European Heart for Children is a humanitarian non-profit organisation (Fonds de dotation) registered in France under number 01267 in the official associations journal No 0020 (15/5/2010) and declared in the "Prefecture des Alpes-Maritimes" 23/4/2010.
For audience members not registered to ESC Congress tickets may be purchased directly through the Cadogan Hall Box Office via: www.cadoganhall.com – Tel: +44 (0)20 7730 4500.
For the convenience of those attending ESC Congress 2015, tickets can be purchased here and collected on-site at the Benefit Concert desk located in the registration area.
If you are already registered, please send an email to email@example.com indicating the number of tickets you would like to purchase.
Tickets are not refundable.
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease
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