Parents & Carers Kidney Café – Christmas Catch Up
16th of December – 11.30am-1pm
We would love if you could join us for our next Parents & Carers Kidney Café - Christmas Catch Up
Meet with other parents, carers, and family members who are experiencing similar situations, and share information, advice, and tips.
Wear something festive, enjoy a Christmas themed afternoon tea, and to end our Parents & Carers Kidney Café - Christmas Catch Up, at 12.15, The Aeolus Duo, from Live Music Now will be playing all things Christmas, we can’t wait!
Friends and Family welcome
Please reserve your space by the 10th of December, in order for us to arrange delivery of your festive afternoon tea box.
11:30am – Welcome & guidelines for Zoom meeting
Attendees to introduce them-selves and if they feel comfortable to share a little bit about them-selves.
11.40am – A chance to catch up with each other and chat about what has been happening since we last met
12.15pm – Concert from Aeolus Duo, Katie Hole and Daisy Evans from Live Music Now
To perform a Christmas themed concert while we enjoy our afternoon teas!
1pm – Finish
The Aeolus Duo, Katie Hole and Daisy Evans
The Aeolus Duo is comprised of Katie Hole and Daisy Evans who are freelance musicians based in Cardiff, Wales. After completing their postgraduate studies at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, they became Live Music Now UK artists. Whilst on the scheme, they have facilitated various inclusive music-making projects at special needs schools, hospices and hospitals. Daisy has recently completed the Live Music Now ‘Inspire’ fellowship working with Maes Ebbw Special Needs School and Katie is starting her ‘Inspire’ fellowship in September 2021 working with Ysgol Maes Y Coed.
Individually, Katie and Daisy have varied portfolio careers. Katie is the clarinet and saxophone teacher at Blundell’s School, Tiverton, and St Peter’s Prep School, Lympstone. As a clarinettist, Katie has performed with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, the English Symphony Orchestra and various film concerts with Senbla.
Daisy has played in musical theatre shows and orchestras around the UK including as a deputy for the Miss Saigon UK Tour and playing various film soundtracks with the Novello Orchestra/Senbla. As an educator, she is Head of Woodwind for Dean Close St John’s Prep School and an online tutor. Daisy is also completing coaching training with the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and has recently started an MSc in Performance Science at the Royal College of Music.
Interactive music-making within the community is an important part of both Daisy and Katie’s work as musicians. Collectively, their aim is to continue developing their outreach practice, making live music opportunities more accessible to all.