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Municipal Theatre Santa Fe - End of Pianistic studies Seminary, section 'A'
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El Seminario "Los Estudios Pianísticos" es una propuesta de la Escuela de Música del Liceo Municipal “Antonio Fuentes del Arco” de la ciudad de Santa Fe, como actividad de extensión y formación de la cátedra de Piano, que se realizará durante mayo, junio, agosto y septiembre de 2010. La conducción estará a cargo de los pianistas y docentes Juan Mannarino y Graciela Reca (Paraná).

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