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Calendar Updated

Posted on the 04 November 2012 by Irinastanescu
Calendar updated
The schedule is now up to date. I neglected it for some time, focusing on what's going on at this moment. I put there all we know so far. Wait for the confirmation on the official website and then buy the tickets.
The performances database is also updated. Take a look and if you know what's missing (with proof. e.g. ticket, article in the press) please let me know.

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