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Wolfson Choir, Cambridge rehearsing in Thessaloniki Concert Hall Foyer
Greece

The choir of Wolfson College, Cambridge, rehearsing for their concert in the Thessaloniki Concert Hall as part of the International Society for Music Education conference 15-20 July 2012.

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