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Classical Piano Alfresco on the deck at MTG Hawke's Bay

Wednesday 15 January 2014


Classical Piano Alfresco on the deck at MTG Hawke's Bay

Join us for a series of free classical piano performances on MTG's Bechstein grand piano, outside on the deck in Herschell Street between 11.30am and 12.30pm on the following dates, weather permitting.

Tuesday 21st January – opening concert, all performers a mixed programme, juice and sandwiches.
Wednesday 22nd January – Jeremy Wood
Thursday 23rd January – Colleen Gahagan and Eloise Wallace
Friday 24th January – Dermot Horne

Join us also for the next series of concerts which will run from Monday 27 to Friday 31 January 2014. More details of performers to come soon.

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