Hi. My name is Rosie Millen.
Four years ago I developed a condition called Adrenal Fatigue and was bed bound for three years straight. Having no energy to even brush my teeth was not only debilitating but totally soul destroying. Now that I’m better it’s time to give back. I’ve decided to do something really scary but something that just has to be done.
On May 9th myself and three other pianists, Vivi Cahyadi, Stanislaw Klajn and Tim Norman will be performing an evening of Chopin, on the piano, to raise money for children and adults with M.E and CFS.
I've NEVER performed in a concert before and I’m gonna be TOTALLY bricking it. BUT I’m SO excited to be doing something for a good cause - it really feels amazing to be able to do this now and support people with no energy.
What is ME?
ME (Myalgic Encephalopathy), or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, is an illness that blights the lives of 250,000 people in UK today. Even the smallest exertion can floor them; their joints and muscles ache unbearably; restful sleep eludes them; and ‘brain fog’ clouds even the smallest judgment. It changes their lives drastically – disrupting education; making employment impossible; and straining family relations to breaking point. People may be housebound or confined to bed for many months or years. There is no known cure.
The money that I raise will go towards The ME Association’s work in these areas - campaigning, support and research.
Please make a donation and help us to reach our target of £5000.
Or to book your tickets for the concert please click on the link below: