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New York Church of the Intersession presents, College of The Bahamas Concert Choir - March 3rd
Mar 2, 2013 - 1:55:43 AM

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New York, NEW YORK - The Church of The Intercession William Randolph Jr, Director of Music, Organist   Presents A Lorna Myers Master Class Featuring The College of The Bahamas Concert Choir Audrey Dean-Wright, Founder/Director Raymond Antonio, accompanist Saturday 2 March, 2013, 2:00-4:00 pm at The Church of The Intercession 550 West 155th street, (entrance on Broadway), New York City.

Tickets $20 at the door, and from Intercession Church 212-283-6400

Lorna Myers 212-234-5104

Consulate-General of The Bahamas 212-421-6420; 212-421-6119

Beryl Edgecombe 917-558-4157


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