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Faculty of Music


Discover the mystery of Georgian harmony from a master. 

Malkhaz Erkvanidze is a leading ethnomusicologist at the Conservatoire in Tbilisi. He is a specialist in the modal scale used in church chants and traditional Georgian songs. The afternoon workshop will be specializing in modal theory. The evening session will be learning songs. You are welcome to either or both sessions.

price £12, (£10 concession) per workshop
early bird price £10, (£8 concession)
£20 for both workshops (£16 concession)

If you want an ‘early bird price’ please drop the appropriate funds by post or through the letter box of 1 Lyndewode Road, Cambridge CB1 2HL with your name(s). Cheques should be made payable to ‘Chela’

For further enquiries contact Ashlyn or Miranda on:
tel: 01223 353586
or email:

(Note: The entrance to Ridley Hall is in Ridley Hall Road, opposite the University’s Sidgwick site. Go through the archway, the Chapel is on the right of the quad).

Friday, 28 February, 2014 - 15:00 to 17:30
Event location: 
3.00pm, Ridley Hall Chapel, Cambridge, CB3 9HU