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Alex Ross - Listen to This

Tuesday 30th November 2010 - 6:30pm 107 Charing Cross Road Literary Event

With The Rest is Noise, Alex Ross changed the way we listen to and think about music. Listen to This expands on his thesis, offering a sweeping view of the musical spectrum. Ross has said that his aim is to 'approach music not as a self-sufficient sphere but as a way of knowing the world' and this rare UK appearance offers anyone who loves any form of music the chance to hear more of what Alex has to say.

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