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music centre

a single hi-fi unit containing e.g. a turntable, amplifier, radio, cassette player, and compact disc player
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A message on the music centre Facebook page said: "It was an amazing day.
The concert, on Saturday at 8pm at the Windcraft Music Centre in Nicosia, will see the duo promote traditional music from around the world, presenting a programme that gives emphasis to Argentine tango, Brazilian, Spanish and Greek music.
The William Mathias Music Centre is a Charity offering a variety of musical education activities to people of all ages, including one-to-one tuition.
Above, a down-at-heel Church Walk, Gateshead, 1920s; below, The Sage music centre stands in its place today, |from the book Gateshead Then and Now In Colour by Rob Kirkup, published by The History Press
The music on the park bandstand continues this Saturday (June 20) with Kirklees Youth Brass Band and Huddersfield Music Centre Senior Wind Band.
The new music centre, and, main picture, the boathouse |
Gamlin's Music Centre's Mary Parsons, 73, said: "He was a self-made man, he was helpful, kind and very well liked.
Al Majaz Waterfront will host Furat Qaddouri Music Centre's choir on January 17 at 9pm.
The aux-in function allows you to play and record other devices such as reel to reel, 8 track cassettes and MP3 Players through your music centre and record these digitally also.
Michel said that the music centre now caters to almost 2,500 students.
"We shall ensure that there will be a band or ensemble for every current member of Saturday Morning Music Centre."
Based in the Wales Millennium Centre, Ty Cerdd - Music Centre Wales aspires to work with people in local communities across Wales, on a national level and also on the international stage, and to represent and support more than 300 music performing societies throughout Wales.