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58 days ago

Pianist Required

John from Westmorland

I posted the message below 10 days ago and unfortunately haven't been inundated with responses. However the need remains and is very real, so worth another try. Even happy if someone can help for a a few weeks.
"The Christchurch Theatre Workshop SING Group has been performing for 19 years. We are looking for a pianist to accompany the group. Rehearsals are held weekly for a couple of hours on a Monday afternoon and performances, which are also in the afternoon, every two months. Audiences are mostly from Rest Homes and the like. We are all volunteers so sorry, no payments are made, but you will have good fun and enjoy the camaraderie of the group.For more information, or to express your interest, contact John on 027 339 8448 or reply to his post."

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