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Jazz at LAC - A lecture on Canada's jazz greats

(Ottawa) Feb. 18, 2008 - It may be cold outside, but Library and Archives Canada invites the public to come to 395 Wellington Street and warm up to some sights and sounds of some of Canada's jazz legends. Experts from the music section at Library and Archives Canada will present the fascinating documents that make up the Moe Koffman, Paul Bley and Oscar Peterson collections.

Kaleidoscope is a series of public talks given by Library and Archives Canada specialists, focusing on materials from its vast collections. This week's talk, sponsored by the Friends of Library and Archives Canada, will be held on Wed. Feb. 20, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. in Room 156 at 395 Wellington Street in downtown Ottawa. Admission is free.

Kaleidoscope
Wed. Feb. 20, 2:00 p.m.
Room 156
Library and Archives Canada
395 Wellington Street, Ottawa

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To confirm your presence and for more information please contact:
Louisa Coates
Library and Archives Canada
Senior Media Relations Officer
819-934-5721


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