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Upper Hutt Leader : September 7th 2011
31 UPPER HUTT LEADER, SEPTEMBER 7, 2011 ARTS 3775242AG Call for your free market appraisal today. "TALK TO THE TRANTERS" Garry Tranter DDI 212 6636 or 027 462 594 email@example.com Lisa Pedro 027 203 4669 firstname.lastname@example.org SAFARI REAL ESTATE LTD LICENSED UNDER THE REAA 2008 3788501AN 3975383 Tel: 526 6838 DanceFit New Dance based fitness class for all levels of fitness Starts Monday 1st August 7.30pm At DancZport Upper Hutt $5 per class Ph Shelly 021 730307 or Email: email@example.com 9 Geange Street, Upper Hutt (above Top Cut Hair) -plenty of parking - opposite Upper Hutt Railway Station Laura Collins: Ballads and blues from the back porch. Hot band to blaze Mainly Acoustic Music Club presents the Laura Collins Band on Tuesday, September 13. Collins, who not too long ago taught drama and art at Heretaunga College, is described as a warm, vivacious performer, and describes her show as ballads and blues from the back porch. With a mix of her originals, and covers from the likes of Lyle Lovett and Gillian Welch, and blues spanning John Lee Hooker to Bonnie Raitt, the ensemble promise more than enough fire power to create their own heat. Based in Wellington, the homegrown band are hot favourites at music festivals countrywide and regulars on the Cuba St scene. Counting the beat with Collins are George Barris on upright bass, blistering piano accordionist Al Norman, Paddy Burgin on slide guitar, and completing the line-up and bringing a wealth of great country-blues pic- kin is Matt Newman. The band will be on stage from 9pm. Others performing on the night are Jade Eru and Jeremy Hay, and students from Upper Hutt College. Mainly Acoustic meets at the Mayfair Cafe. Local performers open the concert at 7.30pm. Doors open at 7.15pm. Admission is members $10, non-members $13 and students $6. Young musicians get to show eclectic mix of sounds September s Expressions Live! concert will feature young musicians from the Hutt Val- ley who are part of the New Zealand School of Music s Young Musicians Programme. The programme is an oppor- tunity for school-age musicians to hone their per- formance skills and work with New Zealand s top performers, composers and teachers at the School of Music. We have about 60 students from throughout the Welling- ton region, with some coming from as far afield as Whanganui and Masterton -- our youngest student is nine and the oldest is 19, says Shannon Digby, Young Musicians Programme co- ordinator. The September 20 concert will feature a jazz combo of eight students, including sev- eral Hutt Valley High School students and a drummer from Heretaunga College (Sam Carter). Some classical per- formance students from Chilton St James and Hutt Valley High School will also perform at the concert. Students in the programme can choose from a range of classical, jazz performance and composition or chamber music streams and the Expressions Live! concert promises an eclectic selection of classical, chamber, jazz, electronic music, original com- position and vocal performances. The young musicians are taught higher level perform- ance skills and perform in two to seven concerts per year as part of the programme. Many of the students who will perform at Expressions were involved in the recent NZSM jazz festival at the Wel- lington Town Hall. The Expressions Live! con- cert begins at 1pm and is free, with donations appreciated towards a new piano and NZSM scholarship fund. All set to rock 'n' roll Rock machine: They return to the Upper Hutt Cossie Club on Saturday from 10pm till 1am in the sports bar.
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