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Our events schedule for Tennessee is building and looking good.  We will be back at the James E. Ward Ag Center in Lebanon for the Middle Tennessee events.  We kick off with our annual 3X points Freezefest on February 12th, which is used for SQL Judge Training and continuing education.
SQL Judge Training will be held on Saturday, February 11th, with a full day planned for listening and Rule Book review.  The culmination of the training is the Nashville Symphony concert, downtown at the Symphony Hall beginning at 8 PM.  SQL Judge Training session fee is $100, and includes the Symphony ticket.  If you would like to bring a guest to the concert, the tickets are $72.00.
All those who want to attend this training session should get in touch at mecacaraudio@comcast.net or call 615-851-7428 to make arrangements.  There are limited spots for this, and depending on response, we will most likely have 1 studio session beginning at 10 AM.  If we exceed 8 trainees, we may need 2 sessions.
The Symphony Hall is one of the best reviewed listening venues in the world, and is superior for our purposes.
We are looking forward to training as many talented ears as possible, and hope to engage more people with our Sound Quality League program and contests.
The program for Saturday night:

AEGIS SCIENCES CLASSICAL SERIES
Pines of Rome
PERFORMERS
Nashville Symphony
Peter Oundjian
, conductor
Javier Perianes, piano
PROGRAM
Berlioz – Roman Carnival Overture
Saint-Saëns – Piano Concerto No. 2
Barber – Symphony No. 1
Respighi – Pines of Rome
Reservations completed for:
Marsha Beeler, TN
Mike Flanagan, MS
Michael Maddy, KY
Tom Myers, IL
Julian Ridi, CN
Shannon Roberts, KY
Allan Shaffer, TN
Heather Shaffer, TN

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