Simon Svihura will be playing alongside other Rotary-supported musicians as well as singers from Rugby Area Talent Trust in a cabaret style atmosphere in the RATT Space.
13-year-old Simon’s natural talent as a pianist is nurtured by Warwickshire Music Hub with the support of a bursary from the three Rotary Clubs in Rugby which helps towards his lessons! which will be just one of many new attractions at the Rotary Spring Fair on the Whitehall Recreation Ground on Monday 7th May.
Rex Pogson, a member of the team organising the Spring Fair, explained “Rotary works with Warwickshire Music and other music providers to support young people in the town to have musical opportunities which otherwise they may not have.”
Jeremy Dibb of Warwickshire Music said “We are delighted to work in partnership with the ladies and gentlemen from the three Rugby Rotary groups. Their support is invaluable in supporting talented young musicians such as Simon. Please come along to the Rotary Spring Fair to add your support to their hard work.”
Willy Goldschmidt, marketing lead for the Fair said “The RATT Space is just one of several new attractions for this year’s Spring Fair which include an Animal Petting Farm, K9 Quackers (dogs herding ducks) and new craft stalls as well as lots of returning favourites. Check out the arena programme! and other attractions pages!
Bring the family and join us on 7th May. The money raised goes to many charitable efforts, not just to music!
Photo L-R:- Sam Day, Simon’s teacher, Simon Svihura and Rotarian Rex Pogson