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Next meeting London Light Music Meetings Group on Sunday 10th May

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The next meeting of The London Light Music Meetings Group, to be held on Sunday 10th May, will include a performance from Simply Saxes and a tribute to David Ades. Full details of the event can be found here:

London Light Music Meetings Group - May 2015 Meeting
London Light Music Meetings Group - May 2015 Meeting

David Ades
David Ades 1938 - 2015

If you have any particular requests for recordings or for items for future meetings, please contact Tony Clayden. His e-mail and telephone number are shown on the flyer above.

The LLMMG Autumn meeting is scheduled for Sunday 11th October 2015 when guest speaker will be Gavin Sutherland, Chairman of The Light Music Society.

www.londonlightmusic.org.uk

 

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