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March 19 Chamber Music Club

This is your opportunity to play chamber music with other like-minded musicians.  It's not scary or threatening - just fun and a useful addition to your musical experiences.

Suitable for all levels and ages.

You are welcome to bring a friend, even one (or more) or doesn't play a double reed instrument!

You do not have to be in a group already to come along - we will provide music and put you with players of a similar level.

Very experienced tutors guide you through music - either music you've organised yourself, or music will be provided if necessary.

Tutors are professional players who are keen to share their skills with enthusiastic amateur players.

Minimal cost:
NZDRS Members: $30 adults, $15 Gold Card holders, $10 students
Non-members: $35 adults, $20 Gold Card holders, $15 students
Non-members are invited to come along to one session at members' rates.

March Session:
When: 2:00pm - 4:30pm Saturday 19 March

Where: Performing Arts Centre, St Cuthbert's College, Market Rd, Epsom. Enter through the underground carpark on Market Rd; PAC is on the corner of Market Rd and Wapiti Ave.

This is an afternoon to learn from one of Auckland's top professional double reed players, meet other double reed players, have a lot of fun, make music and have afternoon tea together at a lovely venue.  Why not give it a try?

Please note that you neet to email us AND make your payment by Friday of the preceding week so that we can book tutors and rooms.

Email to nzdoublereeds@gmail.com to say you're coming.
Payment should be made by 11 March.
Direct Bank to NZDRS 38 9016 0011004 00.  Please include your name/Ch music/Mar 2016


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