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WWD 4218

There will be 50 stands for you to come and have a look at and talk to.  I will be one of them and would love to chat to you about the music for your special day.

I can play for the Ceremony. Drinks receptions, Wedding Breakfast or almost anything else you can think of.

I look forward to seeing you there.

Ps the Botanical Gardens does a lovely slice of cake to go with your Coffee!

 

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This Sunday, I will be exhibiting at the Wight Bridal Wedding Show at the Medina Leisure Centre in Newport, on the Isle of Wight.

With over 75 stands, there should be something for everyone to help with their wedding plans.

Come along and have a look, and listen, and tick a few more items off of your wedding plans.

 

Hope to see you there

 

Dave

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This year workshop is taking place on December the 29th at the Salvation Army Hall in South Wigston.

It is open to anyone with 12 months or more playing experience and covers ensemble work, both large and small, plus jazz improvisation if you fancy it.

The main details are on the attached flyer,  and I would be very grateful if you could share this with any sax teachers and players that you may know.

Its a great fun day after the Christmas festivities and a chance to get out of the house and blow off some steam.

I hope that some of you can join us, and if you have any questions drop me an email or ring.  dave.saxteach@yahoo.co.uk or Tel: 07736 471861

Many thanks

DaveChristmas Flyer 2017

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This is my office view for today. I am exhibiting at Ilkeston football club wedding fayre. 

We are here until 4pm and there are plenty of quality local exhibitors to see.

Why not come and join us, we are in the function rooms.

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Hi Folks

Just wanted to let you know that I have uploaded a new video to Youtube.

I recorded it at Keythorpe Manor in Rutland, while I was playing for a wedding in July 2017, using my phone.

I have some other videos to add soon so keep an eye out for them.

 

Best wishes

Dave

 

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