29 Sep

Light Music Matters - David Mellor talk

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On Monday November 6th, the  broadcaster and vice-president of Putney Music – David Mellor – will deliver a talk entitled:


He will explain why the music of Eric Coates, Leroy Anderson and many others merits an audience today.

The venue is the Dryburgh Hall, Putney Leisure Centre – corner of Dryburgh Road and Upper Richmond Road, London SW15 1BL.

Admission is free to members of Putney Music, guests will be charged £8.00 on the night.

For further details, call 07900 491 470.

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  • William Zucker posted by William Zucker Friday, 29 September 2017 13:33

    Hopefully, for those totally unable to attend (I am in the USA) this presentation will be uploaded on YouTube for all who are interested, so that they will be enabled to listen to it. It seems like an extremely absorbing topic, and one that many in the music world today might quite frankly benefit from.

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