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String students from the School of Music gain public performance experience

By , 23/10/2013
Even when great music is not played by top musicians with immaculate technical skill, it can be warmly delightful. Regulars who enjoy Wellington’s various free (or nearly free) lunchtime concerts are not simply those who can’t tell the difference between the good and nearly good. They just love the music. This was one of the occasions when almost all the playing was both technically accomplished and, more importantly, played with... read more

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