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ACAS Article: Clarinet Mega Day 2013


24th March 2013

By Reuben Fenemore

What happens when you gather a number of clarinet superstars in one room? A Clarinet Mega Day! Sponsored by Buffet, Yamaha and Rico, we were graced with the presence of Sydney Symphony’s Frank Celata, Adelaide Symphony’s Dean Newcomb and Mitch Berrick, Orchestra Victoria’s Richard Sholl and finally, hailing all the way from Utah Symphony, Lee Livengood. 841 more words

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BrizMUN 2013: Stockholm News

Healthier Communities for a Healthier Future

Politics | 07/04/2013

With the UN’s current concentration on civil and political rights, the question has been raised as to whether our economical rights have been adequately attended to. 1,024 more words

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Student Linx: Hope for Emily Fundraiser 2013

By Reuben Fenemore – studying a Bachelor of Music, South Bank

At present, LYME disease is an unfamiliar disease to most people. In fact, in Australia, it is currently an unrecognised disease. 345 more words

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ACAS Article: Transcribing Scores for Clarinet Trio


By Reuben Fenemore

When it comes to woodwind chamber groups, trios are often standard for flutes, oboes and bassoons, however, a quartet is standard for clarinets. 881 more words

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The Power of Forgiveness | Hope Movement

Growing up, forgiveness was something I was instructed to do. I grew up in the church and knew the story of Easter back the front. From the days of felt scene story Bibles to evangelistic sermons in huge arenas, I knew each element of the redemption story well. 131 more words

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"17 Years and a Day" wins award at 47th WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival!

“17 Years and a Day” has won a Gold Remi Award in the Graduate Films Category at the 47th WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival! Congrats to the dedicated cast and crew of this film! 35 more words

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Chet Faker- Built On Glass Review

‘Chet Faker or Nicholas James Murphy as he’s known to his parents is probably best known for his collaboration with Fellow Australian, Flume on 2012’s ‘Drop The Game’. 61 more words

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