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July 23, 2007 | by  | in News |
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Free Music

The School of Music has a number of free events taking place for the rest of the year, which students are encouraged to check out. This week’s event:

Fri 27 July 6pm – Victoria Hunter Council Chamber Scaramuccia Baroque works by Couperin, Corrette and Leclair

With their first NZ appearance in 1999 at the inaugural Wellington Festival of Early Music, Scaramuccia immediately established itself as one of the country’s leading early music ensembles. Its members regularly perform together in other early music settings, and are members of staff at the NZSM.

Programme includes François Couperin’s ‘Le Parnasse ou l’Apotheose de Corelli’, Corrette’s ‘La servante ou bon tabac’, and Leclair’s ’Deuxième Recreation de Musique’.

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