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(Last updated May 2013)

Monday, September 6, 2010

From the CHEF Newsletter:

Mark Wilson: Piano and Song (note, this is not Stacey's husband - he just has the same name!)

Lunchtime concert, Dunedin Hospital Chapel, Thursday September 16, 12.30pm

Koha gratefully received by Otago Healthcare Chaplaincy. Often introduced as Queenstown’s and Central Otago’s most-loved musician, Mark is just one beneficiary of neurosurgery in Dunedin. Diagnosed last year with a brain tumour he survived radical surgery and was eventually able to return to the Queenstown musical scene. In town for routine monitoring of his condition, he offers this concert as a gift in gratitude for both the care and skills of the hospital’s medical professionals and the spiritual nurture of the chaplaincy service. Blind from birth, Mark is a graduate in classical piano performance, a recorded jazz performer, a player of keyboards in bands including the well known Master Blasters, a singer with a wide repertoire, the principal organist at Queenstown’s St Peter’s Anglican Church and a composer of works including hymns. Expect to be delighted by a wide range of music and witty banter from Mark in this programme.

Anna Barham

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