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Seattle Composers' Salon, September 3, 2010

Join us at the Chapel Performance Space for the September 2010 Salon, the kickoff to our 12th season!!

Friday, September 3, 2010
8:00 PM
$5-15 suggested donation

Works by:

Doug Palmer, Keith Eisenbrey, David Mesler, Tom Baker

The Seattle music community lost one of our colleagues a couple of weeks ago: George Shangrow, who served as a leading voice for classical music in the region for many years. The September Salon, which is the season opener for our 12th season, is dedicated to George's memory and his legacy. Please join us. We will miss you George.

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