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Hong Kong Classical Workshop & Performance

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Taking place on Thursday 6 July at 6pm, Leeds College of Music Senior Lecturer Jakob Fichert will be delivering a free piano workshop all the way from Hong Kong. 

The workshop will include a selection of solo pieces from Liszt and participating musicians will then explore the context of their chosen pieces and improve the way in which they perform them. 

To take part in this FREE workshop, please email international@lcm.ac.uk in advance to take part.

For more information about Leeds College of Music, visit their website

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