Bulgarian harpist Floralyn George will be performing music from her debut EP in Newbury next month, raising funds for Macmillan Cancer Support.
The 21-year-old singer-songwriter, harpist and model is on tour around the country to raise money for a number of charities, and appears at the Arlington Arts Centre on September 7 at 8pm.
Based in the UK, Floralyn comes from a family of musicians, and has been singing and playing the harp for more than 10 years.
Her gigs have taken her around the United Kingdom, and as far as Macau, Hong Kong, Bulgaria, Serbia, Greece and Egypt.
Her debut EP When Light Falls Asleep embodies her unique sound, and was released in July.
Floralyn said: “The main purpose of this tour is to raise funds for a variety of causes and charities.
“We want to contribute to their fundraising efforts and help people with health problems, as well as environmental issues and endangered species.
“The charities we are supporting are the British Heart Foundation, Macmillan Cancer Support, Blue Cross, Marie Curie, Elephant Family and The Yearley Trust.
“I believe that music is a healer and it brings people together. It has the power to move our emotions and sometimes change our lives.
“I also believe that by doing a good deed brings deep personal satisfaction. Let’s get involved and start changing lives together.”
Tickets are available for £11 online at arlingtonarts.co.uk, or by calling the box office at 01635 244246.