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Listen Here to hit Glasgow again
The event involves concerts which – as music instrument fans from the city may already know - will cost nothing to enter.
The City Halls occasion also involves the music instrument expertise of the BBC's Scottish Symphony Orchestra. Places can be picked up by phoning the Halls.
The BBC has said that one concert, set to take place on Sunday, is designed for a family audience and consistently "one of the [the event's] hottest tickets". Around the World in 80 Minutes is the 2012 theme for this part of the musical extravaganza.
Meanwhile, the first day of the concerts will involve Matthias Pintscher conducting "New World Symphonies".
Friday June 22nd will see the Listen Here event begin and Sunday 24th will see it conclude.
The BBC also recently heralded that Laura Samuel was given the job of BBC SSO leader.
Published by KT.Posted on 12 Jun 2012 12:51 to category : Instruments News
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