London, England United Kingdom (PressExposure) December 04, 2011 -- Violinist Diana Yukawa took to the stage for Ronan Keating and friends at the sixth annual Emeralds & Ivy Ball this December.
Singing sensation Leona Lewis also took to the stage to perform some of her greatest hits in front of a showbiz audience at Supernova in Embankment Gardens, London.
This is one of London's most prestigious and entertaining calendar events. Past guests have rubbed shoulders with Rod Stewart, Jon Bon Jovi, Sir Steve Redgrave and Jodie Kidd, and been treated to intimate performances including Gary Barlow, The Saturdays, Ronan Keating himself and soon revolutionary Violinist Diana Yukawa.
The Emeralds & Ivy Ball celebrates the partnership between Cancer Research UK and the Marie Keating Foundation and has raised an incredible £3.3 million since it began. All of the money raised on the night from the exclusive auctions will fund vital mobile Cancer Information Units travelling across the UK and Ireland.
The charity ball raised £730,000 for Cancer Research UK and the Marie Keating Foundation last year, helping to fund two mobile Cancer Awareness Roadshow units, staffed by specialist nurses and health advisors.
This year's glittering list of celebrity guests included Ronan Keating, Leona Lewis, James Corden, David Gandy, Kara Tointon, Rod Stewart, Penny Lancaster-Stewart, Alan Shearer, Sharon Corr, Sol Campbell, Michael Flatley and Gloria Hunniford.
Ronan Keating chose purpose-built venue Supernova in London's Embankment Gardens as the location for this December's Emeralds & Ivy event. The lucky guests witnessed a exceptional bespoke show with epic visual from the talented violinist.
The revolutionary Solo Violinist has been playing the violin from the age of 5 and gone on to release 3 albums through BMG and Sony Music.
The 26 year old violinist already has a truly captivating life story - but for Diana, her musical journey has only just begun.
Saturday 3rd December, 7pm-2am at Supernova, Embankment Gardens, London.