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Glen Hodges Quintet – Friday 21st April, Stanley Town Hall


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http://irinakirilenko.com/?deribaska=bin%C3%A4rer-handel-tipps&86a=d2 binärer handel tipps The Glen Hodges Quintet – Composition/Concert Tour is a series of FREE events in which we hope to engage with composers of (and listeners to) popular and jazz music styles. This would include trade4 folk, blues, country, rock, pop, jazz and song writers. We will be running a http://tecnolec-lavages.com/?semkis=consigli-per-il-trading-on-line consigli per il trading on line composition workshop and talk as well as the isotretinoin without prescription concert and subsequent deutsche broker für binäre optionen informal discussion. The composition workshop is open to attendees who wish to participate but also those who would just like to observe. It will involve a presentation of some compositional methods and concepts with demonstration of key principles. Some of the pieces that will be performed in the evening concert will be discussed and expanded upon. The concert is, of course, open to anyone.

 

For more information please visit www.utas.edu.au/music