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Auckland Wind Orchestra - Concert 6 April 2014

Auckland Wind Orchestra - Concert 6 April 2014

Auckland Wind Orchestra is proud to present "Magic and Mystery". This concert features sparkling and lively music and, along with a couple of more mellow pieces and tunes many of you will know, people of all ages will find something to enjoy and hum along to.

The featured works are by Manuel de Falla, Modest Mussorgsky, Frank Tichelli, John Williams, Johan De Meij and Igor Stravinsky.

The concert will be held at Auckland University School of Music Theatre, 6 Symonds Street, Auckland City on 6 April at 2.30pm.

There will also be a drink and a bite at half time.

Come along and spend an afternoon of fun with us!

Ticket prices are $15 for those on wages, or $10 for those not on wages, and can be booked through Eventfinder - search "Magic and Mystery" -or by calling Hamish Arthur on 534-9624.

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