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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Jazz concert at the Lit & Phil

The Lit & Phil has teamed up with Jazz North East to bring Australian pianist Alister Spence to the Lit & Phil. Alister is considered by many critics to be the most creative and original pianist working 'down under', and over the past few years has begun to build an international reputation through tours of Europe, North America and the Far East. He will be performing at the Lit & Phil with a truly international quartet - the bass player hails from Canada, the drummer is Swedish, and saxophonist Raymond MacDonald comes from Glasgow. Friday 18th February, 8.30pm £10 / £8 concessions (including Lit & Phil members).
Please contact the Lit & Phil for tickets:Tel: (0191) 232 0192

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