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Cyclists Needed for Music Performance: Eine Brise

7:13 PM PST on February 7, 2010

Eine
Brise ('A Breeze') is an avant-garde musical performance piece for 111
bicyclists that was written by Mauricio Kagel in 1996. Monday Evening
Concerts is presenting the Los Angeles premiere of the work, and we
need more bikers to make it happen.

If you are interested in participating please e-mail bike@mondayeveningconcerts.org  or aurisha@la-bike.org to sign up. Advance registration is required.

Performers will receive free bicycle valet parking
courtesy of the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition and attend the second
half of the concert.

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