IH London Teacher Saori Sings 'Songs for Japan'
One year after the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami, IH London teacher Saori Nakazawa will be singing at a fundraising 'Songs for Japan' concert on Saturday 10 March.
Supported by IH London, the event will raise money for Project Next, an organisation based in Tono-city, Iwate. This area was one of the worst hit during the Great East Japan Earthquake and the devastating Tsunami that followed.
Saori is singing with Max Pappenheim, Louisa Roberts Lynagh and Michael Dunnigan. The varied concert programme includes repertoire from traditional Japanese and English folk, pop, rock, opera and musical theatre with compositions by Puccini, J Strauss, The Beatles, Simon & Garfunkel and Studio Ghibli.
When: Saturday 10 March 2012 at 19.30
Where: St George’s Church, Bloomsbury Way, London WC1A 2HR
Download the concert flyer for full details (103 KB).
Saori is a Japanese teacher at IH London.
Saori is also a classically trained singer and sings regularly as a cantor in masses and weddings at St George’s Church Bloomsbury as well as St Silas Church Pentonville. She has been performing in several concerts singing opera arias, art songs and musical theatre numbers in central London since 2007. She has taken part in many charity events to raise money for the victims of Great East Japan earthquake and tsunami which happened 11th March 2011.