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By: Hope Exchange  09-12-2011
Keywords: Pianist And Composer

On Saturday, December 3rd – as we usher in the 2011 Christmas season – The Hope Exchange will host and present Juno and multi-award winning singer/songwriter Steve Bell and band with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, at Massey Hall. Buy Tickets Raise Funds for Hope Givers     About the Event… Joining Steve’s on-stage band, along with the TSO, is acclaimed pianist and composer Mike Janzen, who brilliantly scored Steve’s music for the entire symphony (which has been..

Keywords: Pianist And Composer

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