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Celebrating Fifty Years of Medical Research with the RSNO and Nicola Benedetti

Tenovus Scotland has celebrated its Golden Jubilee with Gala Concerts by the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and world-renowned violinist, Nicola Benedetti, at the Caird Hall in Dundee on 5th October, at the Usher Hall in Edinburgh on the 6th, and at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on the 7th.  All three occasions were a great success, and a big thank you is due to all those who attended and gave us their support.  They were evenings of wonderful music and a splendid way to mark our 50th Anniversary.

At the pre-concert receptions we had the pleasure of seeing old friends again, and welcoming new ones.  We were delighted that Ms Benedetti, who is now an Honorary Vice-President of Tenovus Scotland, was able to join us at the concert intervals to chat to our guests.  At the Glasgow event, she presented a certificate to Calum McMullen, recently appointed to a three-year PhD Scholarship at the University of Strathclyde under the Princess Royal Tenovus Scotland Medical Research Scholarhip scheme.

We look forward to keeping in touch with supporters and, with their help, building on the successes of the past fifty years into the future.



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