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Happy concert from the New Zealand School of Music saxophone ensemble and soloists

By , 01/06/2016
The woodwind (more specifically, the Saxophone) department of the New Zealand School of Music has become a fairly conspicuous player in the school’s activities. It’s led by Deborah Rawson, who, as well as being a clarinetist often seen in professional orchestral ranks, plays saxophone, usually the soprano sax. While she introduced this lunchtime concert, the ensemble was directed by Simon Brew, an ‘artist teacher’ in the school. The concert began with... read more

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