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Classical Diary

Status: Expired

- Jul 20th 2014

Classical Diary intends to break down into classical music prejudices and bring a young, fresh, collective vision of the discipline in a friendly atmosphere. It is a new way for new audiences to be introduced to classical music, but also an exciting tool for those who already love it and wish to stay connected wherever they are!

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