An evening with live jazz by Kim and Mike Cypher

Mon, May 17th 2021 at 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Kim one of UK’s most exciting saxophonists, vocalists and composer with husband Mike, on drums, will talk about their life and play for us. Tonight is part of their “For Mum” project. Individual donations to The Brain Tumour Charity would be appreciated.


To participate in this free Zoom event, please use the following joining link:

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Kim Cypher is one of the UK’s most exciting saxophonists, vocalists and composers with a reputation for top quality, stylish, accessible jazz and musical entertainment. She, and husband Mike, who plays with her on drums, will talk about their life and play some jazz for us.

For more information visit Kim's website:  www.kimcypher.com

They won’t charge for performing tonight but do have a charity they’ve been fundraising for - The Brain Tumour Charity - as part of a project they started last year - 'For Mum'.  The Brain Tumour Charity is the world's leading brain tumour charity and the largest dedicated funder of research into brain tumours globally.

   https://www.thebraintumourcharity.org/about-us/ 

The link to Kim and Mike’s fundraising page is below.

Tonight is a continuation of their 'For Mum' project which has so far included a sell-out London performance, an original song and animated video 'All For You'. Kim said "It is great that we can continue our Rotary partnership with Rotary@Kingsholm." 

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/kimcypherformum


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