London, St Mary's Church, Putney: Fibonacci Sequence

Graubart, Michael
October 2009
Tempo;Oct2009, Vol. 63 Issue 250, p58
Entertainment Review
The article presents a review of a Fibonacci Sequence lunch-time concert at St. Mary's Church hard by the river in Putney High Street, on May 22, 2009. Featured performers included harpist Gillian Tingay, cellist Corentin Chassard, tenor John McCunn and oboist Christopher O'Neal.


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