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Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Aruba piano festival 22-28 September

http://www.arubapianofestival.com/


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Eddy Marcano (violin)
2
Anita Gude (viola)
3
Wim Statius Muller (piano)
4
Alan Weiss (piano)
5
Monique Duphil (piano)
6
Katja Lämmermann (violin)
7
Horacio Contreras (cello)
8
Santiago Garmendia (viola)
9
Armand Simon (piano)
10
Tica Giel (soprano)
11
Siiri Schütz (piano)
12
Alessio Bax (piano)
13
Lucille Chung (piano)
14
Nicaulis Alliey (flute)

1 comment:

das said...

Aruba enjoys one of the highest standards of living in the Caribbean region; the low unemployment rate is also positive for Aruba. About three-quarter of the Aruban gross national product is earned through tourism or related activities. Most of the tourists are from Venezuela and the United States (predominately from eastern and southern states), Aruba's largest trading partner. Before the "Status Aparte", (a separate completely autonomous country/state within the Kingdom), oil processing was the dominant industry in Aruba despite expansion of the tourism sector. Today, the influence of the oil processing business is minimal. The size of the agriculture and manufacturing sectors also remains minimal.

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