Poole musician organises Diversity charity tour brochure auction

April 29, 2012 by  

A local musician who has worked with Britain’s Got Talent winners Diversity is helping to organise a charity auction of a tour brochure that has been signed by members of the winning dance group.

Fraser Freeze, a talented young musician who was once a student at Poole High School, has been working with dance troupe Diversity throughout their ascent to fame since beating Scottish songstress Susan Boyle to the Britain’s Got Talent top spot in 2009. Fraser recently worked alongside the dance group’s frontman, Ashley Banjo, as part of the Diversity Digitized tour. It was on this tour that Fraser arranged for a copy of the group’s tour brochure to be signed by the whole group.

The brochure, which features full colour printing, was produced using the same techniques used by local brochure printers in Poole. Brochure printing is a key element to any show or tour and as Fraser Freeze has proved, tour souvenirs like brochures can spark an interest in the public and become extremely valuable collectors’ items, particularly when signed by performers.

Fraser recently commented on his work with Diversity, saying:

“Ashley has got an amazing understanding of the connection between music and dance and we are totally in tune. I still teach dance and that is how I came into contact with Diversity. I’ve been working with the group for over two years.”

For more information on the charity auction, interested parties are encouraged to contact Fraser Freeze via his website.