What the London riots meant for a musician

Our reviewer Carla Rees (seen above), flute player and artistic director of Rarescale, recently lost her home in the London riots. She was burned out losing all her flutes, music and possessions as well as her two cats. She has nothing left and is having to live in a hotel. The company Just Flutes & Jonathan Myall Music are lending her instruments and music and have launched an appeal on her behalf. MusicWeb will be making a donation and would urge you all to do the same.
From the MusicWeb International website. Let us hope that music will rise from the wreckage.

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