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Manolis Ekmektsoglou selected to participate in MIXTUR 2016 festival workshop

Manolis-Ekmektsoglou

Manolis Ekmektsoglou (PhD) has been selected to participate in the MIXTUR 2016 festival workshop A+B that will take place in Barcelona between 20 April-1 May 2016.

Alongside lots of activities and workshops, the programme will include private lessons with Peter Ablinger and Mauricio Sotelo. Manolis will also compose a piece for the French ensemble “Regards”, for tenor saxophone, accordion and cello. The public performance of the piece will take place on 22 April 2016 in Fabra i Coats during the festival.

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