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Monday 5th March 2007

ICC's Note For A Child to play last concert in June

CAMBRIDGE ambient pop group Note For A Child have decided to call it a day. The group, whose releases include the ICC albums 'Impossibly Beautiful' (2004) and 'Eternal Curve' (2005), played their last concert as a full band in Herne Hill, Kent in February. The event was recorded and filmed. Final concerts take place in Leeds, Maidenhead and then two gigs in Cambridge in May and June. Said the band's singer Susie Beattie, "The next four months will be poignant ones for us. God has given us a thing of beauty over the last four years... to search and find, give words to sadness, confusion and delight.expressing familiar feelings to unfamiliar faces who feel the same. joy and tears in the writing, singing, playing, and living the life of Note For a Child. I return to doctoring this autumn. I will have been away from General Practice for five years, and the time is definitely right. I love the quote I once read that 'music is the companion of joy and the medicine for suffering'. Medicine and music are soulmates in my life and always will be; different means of touching and restoring the human heart. Suffice it to say that family changes guide me away from the roller-coaster of fulltime writing, recording and performing, but the music will continue to flow." CR

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