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Arvo Part - Signing 'In Conversation'

Saturday 29th September 2012 3pm - 4pm 107 Charing Cross Road Signing, Free Event

Foyles welcomes one of the world's greatest and most original composers as he signs copies of his new collection of essays and interviews. Illuminating his worldview and his contribution to sacred music. Arvo Part in Conversation explores Part's early life in Soviet Estonia, his emigration and artistic odyssey, as well as the spiritual aspects of his approach to his work and his self-invented compositional technique, tintinnabuli. Join us for a unique encounter with a legend of contemporary classical music.

 

Venue: the Gallery at Foyles, Third Floor, 113 - 119 Charing Road, London WC2H 0EB
Tickets: Free, however if you would like the chance to WIN a £50 Foyles gift card, redeemable on books and music instore and online, simply email events@foyles.co.uk to reserve your place in the queue and you will be automatically entered.*

*To be in with a chance to win a £50 Foyles gift card, as well as pre-registering, you will need to be present at the signing by 2.40 pm on Saturday 29 September. The winner will be announced just before the signing commences.

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