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Celebrated cellist Corinne Morris will be performing at the Heal’s exclusive Christmas party on 5th December. Based in the Tottenham Court road flagship store, the event will be fun, festive and full of food and music.

Corinne will be performing alongside accompanist Anne Marshall with some cello classics and Christmas hits. The event will not only have a great atmosphere but also has a wonderful cause at the heart of the festivities; all funds will be donated to Nordoff Robbins, a music charity that transforms the lives of vulnerable children and adults in London and across the UK.

There will be a 10% discount for all guests, and the first 200 shoppers to arrive on the night will recieve a goodie bag worth £35. Make sure you buy your tickets soon so that you don’t miss this festive and musical event. You can follow the latest developments with Corinne via her website or on Facebook and Twitter.

Corinne Morris

(Written on November 29, 2013 )

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The Telegraph

(Written on October 15, 2013 )