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"Mass of the Children" at Knox Church 26/7/14

City Choir Dunedin concert "Mass of the Children" at Knox Church Dunedin on Saturday, 26 July, at 7.30pm:

Saturday 26 July, 7.30pm: City Choir Dunedin concert “Mass of the Children”, at Knox Church, 449 George St, with David Burchell conducting the City Choir, Southern Sinfonia ensemble, Columba College choirs and soloists. Works by Rutter, Britten and David Hamilton. Adult $40, Unwaged $30, Student $10; accompanied school children free, available at the door or from Beggs Dunedin MusicWorks. Information: phone Clare (03) 476-2426 (or through the City Choir website, www.citychoirdunedin.org.nz).

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