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Listening Anew: The Music of John Cage

From 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., Mar 12, 2014 | Free.
Through lecture and live performance, artist Matthew Taylor introduces the work and ideas of 20th Century artist/composer John Cage and discusses his influence then and now.

Where: Central Library
Phone: 619-236-5800
Address: 330 Park Blvd.

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