November Newsletter – ‘Vision of Hope’ & the Royal Albert Hall Performance

Dear friends,
I hope you are all feeling good and getting ready for the festivities.
The last 40 days were very intense with my focus being on training, rehearsing and visits to dress designers to make sure all of Novembers’ events would be successful.

Three different types of performances required for three different size of venues. From playing at JW3 to the pinnacle of my career so far and singing at the most amazing venue the Royal Albert Hall, then concluding with ‘vision of hope’ and the National Schools poetry competition with the theme of peace at the House of Lords.

Press the photo to view Jerusalem of Gold’ at the Albert HallAll photos by Rupert Truman

With Lord Balfour

This for me was almost like seeing the promised land as a place of peace when we listened to different prestigious representatives of religions, together in one of the oldest rooms in the House of Lords, with young and old all sharing together the same intentions of hope for better future.

I would like to thank those of you who came to see these events, but for those that couldn’t please press on the photo below.

I am enjoying now a bit of a rest by composing new songs of the winning poems and getting ready for the festive times ahead.

Please press on the photo below to view ‘Vision of Hope’ at the House of Lords
From Left to right Archbishop of York, Imam Ibrahim Mogrand, Dr Rabbi David Rosen OBE

From Left Bhai Sahib the third in line of Sikh religious leaders​ and Amrick Singh Director of Nishkam Centre

 From left to right with Baroness Blood and Lords Eames OM who hosted the event