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Monday, September 13, 2010

Sounds del Paraguay... Harpist Mariano Gonzalez Ramirez @ Brett Wesley Gallery...

It is so great to be in the swing of things again after a two week holiday. Though just because I was gone from Las Vegas does not mean that I did not keep up with what was happening in this Radiant City we call home.

Now I just received this poster about the next Live Music Series at Brett Wesley Gallery this coming Thursday. I am really excited about this concert. There is nothing more beautiful than the harp and the fact that it will be performed by internationally recognized harpist Mariano Gonzalez Ramirez makes it all the more special.

So now that you know what to do this Thursday, I will see you at Brett Wesley Gallery in Fabulous Downtown Las Vegas...

For more information about Mariano Gonzalez Ramirez please visit this site http://www.mariano-gonzalez.com/

For more information about Brett Wesley Gallery please visit their site at www.brettwesleygallery.com
1112 S. Casino Center Boulevard, Las Vegas, Nevada 89104
702.433.4433 - inquire@brettwesley.com
Gallery Hours - Tuesday - Saturday 12 to 6 PM - Sunday 1 to 5 PM - Closed Monday

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