TUSCA – Tsunami Unified Artist’s Charitable Aid presents Tsunami Fund Raising Concert ‘Today’s Children for Tomorrow’
MONDAY 16TH MAY 2005 – Queen Elizabeth Hall
TUSCA – derives from the word ‘tusker’, relating to the mighty elephant indigenous to Sri Lanka one of the countries hit worst by the Tsunami and through the chosen charities Sarvodeya and Save The Children, will benefit directly from funds raised tonight. The Tsunami Unified Artists Charitable Aid represents a concerted effort from some of today’s most inspirational musicians and performers to unite and make a difference to the lives of those worst hit.
Featuring the cream of the cream of the UK’s soul, hip hop, funk and world fraternity, the prestigious Queen Elizabeth Hall on the south bank welcomes such respected talent as Incognito’s Bluey, Chris Ballin and Imaani (Incognito now celebrating an incredible 25 years in the business), the UK’s biggest hip hop star, TY; sublime asian dancer / choreographer Akram Kahn; incredible new soul jazz vocalist Eska, garage and soul singer Elizabeth Troy (MJ Cole), London funk legend Root Jackson; Sanchita Farruque (Nitin Sawhney vocalist); Marcina Arnold; some of our finest session players, and many more besides
Doors open 7.15pm, showtime 7.45pm tickets £20link, Save The Children link