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brianb

 

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Accompanying dance class 

Hi All,

Is anyone interested in coming along to accompany at a dance class in Chelmsford on Sunday evenings?
http://www.essexdance.co.uk/pages/classes.htm

Brian.
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Stu

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RE: Accompanying dance class (in reply to brianb

Hello Brian,
I am interested in this, however, I've never accompanied before.
It's something I've been wanting to do for some time and only recently posted a thread about it.
I was waiting to see if any more experienced players answered your post but no one has, so I thought I'd make myself known.

I checked the link and there are several classes. Which one do you need a guitarist for?

Do you have a guitarist at the moment, perhaps I could come and shadow him or watch a class.

Stu
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 19 2007 13:07:59

brianb

 

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RE: Accompanying dance class (in reply to Stu

Hi Stu,

There is a flamenco class a little way down the page. They are all held in the same room. What would normally happen would be that the guitarist(s) would turn up at the first class and stay to the last class.

The problem is that the class does not have an experienced accompanying guitarist at the moment, and is rather desperate for one.

If you still wish to come along, I am sure you would be welcome.

Brian
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Sep. 19 2007 16:22:38
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