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175 East in the Sound Lounge

Mon, 5 July 2004

175 East in the Sound Lounge

Hello there

A 175 East concert, recorded in Auckland last May is featured in tomorrow night's Sound Lounge, the wonderful Concert FM show hosted by the wonderful Kate Mead.

Tune in to Concert FM to hear music by Laurence Crane, James Erber, James Gardner, Roger Redgate, Andrew Toovey and Chris Watson recorded in glorious stereo by the glorious Tim Dodd.

Where?: Concert FM 92.6 (Auckland) 92.5 (Wellington) 89.7 (Christchurch) or check The Listener p.67 for your local frequency

When?: 8pm Tuesday July 6

How Much?: FREE!

http://www.175east.co.nz

And if any of you are going to be in Wellington this Saturday July 10, please go to the STROMA concert at 8pm at St Andrew's on the Terrace. The programme includes work by John Croft, José Evangelista, Alison Isadora, Roberto Sierra and Chinary Ung. Should be a good'un.

For more info, go here: http://www.stroma.wellington.net.nz/futureconcerts.html

ENDS

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