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Coffee Hour: Classical And Latin Music

Author: Author unknown, Issue: October 1996, Topic: Coffee Hour

The next Information Center Coffee Hour is scheduled for Wed., November 13, which also happens to be "Kenmin no Hi" (Ibaraki Prefectural Citizen's Day, a school holiday in Ibaraki). The topic is "Let's enjoy classical and Latin music" and features Greg Coleman and Yasuyuki Watanabe, the owner of the La Kurabe Latin restaurant. Greg Coleman is an American violinist living here in Tsukuba and will be discussing how to enjoy classical music, while Yasuyuki Watanabe is a percussion specialist and will be discussing Latin music. Participants may just be able to hear a short live show as well. As always, the proceedings begin at 2 pm and free coffee, tea and cookies are provided.

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