Federation of Music Fesitvals of Nova Scotia
From June 8th to the 9th, the Federation of Mucis Festivals of Nova Scotia will be here at Acadia University. Dedicated to achieving excellence in music performance, with educational opportunities for students and teachers, the Federation's main objective is the encouragment and development of Canadian talent in the performance and knowledge of classical music. For more information, please visit, http://www.fcmf.org/
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