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Old St Paul’s Lunchtime Recitals

June 2007
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From:               Old St Paul’s

                        34 Mulgrave Street

                        Wellington       
           

Event:

Old St Paul’s LUNCHTIME RECITALS

 

Important Date:  Every Tuesday from 5th June until 28th August 2007

                                                           

Description of Event:

 

Free lunchtime concerts:

5th June – Kirsten Mackenzie and her jazz trio

12th June – AHEM! Wind Ensemble, 12 wind players and a double bass play Mozart

19th June – Wellington City Chorus, 2005 NZ Champion ladies barbershop

26th June – Quartet Viva, string quartet plays Mozart & Haydn

Tuesdays 12.15-1.00pm  

 

 

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