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Classical Music Feast On Concert FM

12 July 2005

Classical Music Feast On Concert FM

Tonight (Tuesday) those nice people at Concert FM are broadcasting 175 East's fabulous Auckland concert from June last year, The programme includes substrantial works by Rachel Clement, Bryn Harrison, Dorothy Ker, Dylan Lardelli and James Saunders as well as dozens of 'microscores' - pieces lasting no longer than 30 seconds. Plus a special bonus for all Hatfield and The North fans.

So at 9pm tune in your tranny or hone your tuner to Concert FM's frequency: 92.6 for Auckland, 92.5 for Wellington, 89.7 for Christchurch. Check p. 89 in the current Listener for frequencies in other areas.

And for those of you wondering about when the next 175 East concerts are...well 175 East is not dead. It doesn't even smell funny. But it has been quiescent as its director served his time in a well-known Wellington correctional facility. Now he has been released back into an anxious community, it can be revealed that 175 East will be playing at

Hopetoun Alpha, Auckland on Sunday 2nd October 2005

Adam Concert Room, Victoria University of Wellington on 9th October 2005

Music includes brand new work from Helen Bowater and Paolo Longo, Chris Watson's bass clarinet solo 'Mandible', Christian Wolff's 'Braverman Music' and much more besides. More details will appear shortly on the soon-to-be-revamped 175 East website. http://www.175east.co.nz

ENDS

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