The credit for starting this whole project must go to
Cleveland Williams, an accomplished baritone from the Bahamas, who gave a
recital to raise money for the Highveld Diocese's AIDS project in 1999
at Holy Trinity Guildford.
The Guildford United Reformed Music
Society organised a second recital by
the pianist Matthew Mills who
is studying at Royal Holloway College.
Musicians page for more details of the
The next recital is "Lullabies" at St-Martin-in-the-Fields
on the 27 November 2004 - a concert programme of lullabies in a range of
styles - township, blues, folk, jazz, lieder, chanson, choral - plus some
Click here for more details.
Cleveland Williams gave a recital to raise money for the Highveld AIDS and HIV project. This
place on the 9 November in the evening and concentrated on a more
The recital was held in the United Reformed Church on
Portsmouth Road Guildford and took place as part of the Music Society
Iain Cameron has written a
review of the concert.
United Reformed Church