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News of the week of February 21, 2012

Meeting report

We played:

Schedule

Here's the schedule for the next couple of months:

  • Tuesday, February 28, No meeting
  • Tuesday, March 6, regular meeting. (Anne has agreed to open up.)
  • Tuesday March 13 regular meeting
  • Sunday, March 18, Concert: Shakespeare's Neighbors 3 pm at 521 Fellsway East, Malden
  • Tuesday March 20 regular meeting
  • Sunday, March 25 Concert: Shakespeare's Neighbors 7pm at 263 Pearl St., Cambridge
  • Tuesdays March 27, April 3, 10 and 17, Regular meetings
  • Tuesdays March 24 and May 1, meetings restricted to and compulsory for performers at the Walk for Hunger
  • Sunday, May 6 10am to 3pm, Walk for Hunger

Walk for Hunger

Remember that you should let me know as soon as possible whether you want to play at the Walk for Hunger. A lot of what we're thinking about playing is five part music, and we shouldn't work on that unless we're going to have at least five performers.

Another Concert Announcement

Or more specifically, an announcement of another performance of the same concert. Vera Meyer is graciously allowing us to perform Shakespeare's Neighbors in her living room, at 3pm on Sunday, March 18. It's free and open to the public, and there will be a pot luck supper following the concert. Please come, and bring all your friends.

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