Neil Colledge, originally from South Africa, studied for eleven years with Eric Hope. Neil has worked with Christopher Foyle, co-hosting the world-famous Foyles Literary Luncheons for a decade. Neil became (de facto) the first pianist and youngest person invited to the Board of UNICEF in London, serving for two years on the Special Events Committee. He was one of the first pianists to play at The Lanesborough in London and The Adlon in Berlin. He also performed with the Hungarian Quartet at Claridges (London's oldest music residency). In 1992 Neil founded Carousel Music, an organization dedicated to entertaining senior citizens. From 1992-2012 Neil gave over 10,000 performances of the Carousel Show across the United Kingdom at over 800 different venues, personally driving over two million miles by car, from show-to-show.
On the 19th May, we look forward to welcoming Neil to Chatteris.
DATE: Saturday 19th May, 7:30 pm
Doors open at 6:30 pm.
Retiring collection at the door.