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Floris Schonfeld
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« on: 10 17, 2008, 06:00: PM »

Greetings warriors!

As I have already posted I will be giving a workshop on Klingon  music and opera at the Watermill center (Southhampton, NY) in November.

I realise it might be a bit much to ask of everyones time.

If you cann't make the workshop I suggest you attend the performance on the 16th (time will be annouced)!
It would be great to see some Klingons present!

I would also like to use my time in the States to have some discussions on Klingon music and opera with local Klingons.
I am making a collection of these discussions on video to document the project.
It would be great if you would be willing to contribute to the discussion!

I am at the Watermill center from the 28th of October until the 16th of november some I am quite fexible timewise.

Much Qapla'!


Her Nibbs
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« Reply #1 on: 10 19, 2008, 06:27: AM »

I realise it might be a bit much to ask of everyones time.

More of everyone's distance and travel expenses, I think...

You say you are making a collection of the discussions on video to document the project. Do you refer to the workshop itself, and can/will you record the workshop and performance and make them available for viewing online?

I ask the same of the radio interview, though there will undoubtedly be copyright and right-of-distributions issues there. Whether you can cut through them is anyone’s guess. }}: /

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