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Burgos International Music Festival
David Krieger  270 Washington Ave. 
Pleasentville,  NY,  10570
 
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Burgos International Music Festival, in collaboration with the City of Burgos and representatives of Summit Music Festival, is launching its second season in Spain between the dates of July 3 - July 15, 2007. The program is geared for intermediate and advanced students in piano, strings and winds, who seek the highest level of professional training in individual and ensemble performance. Students will have ample opportunity to perform their solo work as well as chamber music. The program includes 4 individual lessons, 4 ensemble coachings, chamber orchestra and two sight-seeing trips of interest in Spain. Participants will be housed in the San Augustin University dorms in double rooms. Accommodations include three meals daily, computer lab, gym, laundry, cleaning services and linens, cafeteria and public meeting places.

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