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Who: The name of your organization - the presenter of the event, in other words
What: The name(s) of the solo artist(s) (include instrument(s)/voice type(s)) and performing ensemble(s) (if not the same as the presenter) or the principal artists involved. Don't forget to name the director(s) / conductor(s) / choreographer(s) - including names of directors of choirs even when partnering with orchestras in programs conducted by others.
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Cost: Ticket prices or free. If there are special rates for specific populations (youth or senior adults, large groups) or for groups of certain sizes, please include this.
Contact phone: Who to call if readers have questions.
Website url: We will post an event even if the presenter does not have a website, but remember that people looking at this calendar are doing so on computer and therefore may expect to be able to click on a link to you.
Optional - Programs: 1) You may also include the title of the concert. 2) If you would like us to list the actual program, send it, arrayed as "composer: work; etc." You may also include notes on lectures, receptions, masterclasses (even if not on the same day), other related events, etc. The Program block should contain only factual information. This is not to be a mini-preview.
There follows an admittedly over-loaded composite, provided for information & possible guidance only:
Chamber Arts Association, State University Dept. of Music: January Prelude
Sat., Jan. 5, 2013 at 7:00 PM
Performed by Classical Trio (Jane Doe, violin, John Smith, cello, & Mary Clark, piano)
City Memorial Auditorium, 20 E North St., Anytown, ST 99999
Program: January Prelude*: Beethoven:  Variations in G, Op. 121a, on "Ich bin der Schneider Kakadu"; Piano Trio in G, Op. 1/2; Piano Trio in D, Op. 70/1 (Ghost); & Fidelio, Act I: Abscheulicher!
Pre-concert lecture by L. Beethoven VII @ 7p in the hall. Reception with additional entertainment by the Choristers, singing sea shanties. (Members of the Golden Agers are urged to meet at 6p for supper at the City Diner, where a representative of the Univ. Music Department will present a form-and-analysis program on Beethoven's piano trios.)
*2nd of three concerts presenting Beethoven's music for piano trio. Remaining event: 9/32 @ 3p, County Opera Theater. For details, call 800/765-4321.
1) Masterclass 10a on 1/31 same venue. 2) The presenter is conducting a fund-raising raffle to ensure the future of this series. Tickets may be purchased at the concert or by calling 800/999-8765.
$20, seniors $12, Univ. students with ID $5.
800-555-1234 or http:// tickets.edu/. Information: 800/111-2345
• Saturday, January 5, 2013 at 7:00 PM
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