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Louis Armstrong and Steve Andrews.

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Lee Konitz to gig in Birmingham (UK)

Could you mention on your website the upcoming gig in Birmingham with Lee Konitz and Dan Tepfer, the young pianist with whom Lee has been playing and recording in New York? It's on *Tuesday 1st December* at 8pm at the CBSO Centre, BerkelyStreet, Birmingham B1 2LF. *This is their only gig in UK*. Tickets are £15, full price and £13concessions available from the CBSO Centre Hotline 0121-767-4050 or http://www.thsh.co.uk/view/lee-konitz-and-rashied-ali Tony Dudley-Evans
Artistic DirectorBirmingham Jazz
(A possible 'Gig of the Year'? - Lance.)

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