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Anglo-Japanese Society of Wessex

An Unincorporated Association

Honorary Patrons:
Kazue Yanagida, Aisa Ijiri, George Logan (Dr Evadne Hinge), Michael Soumei Coxall

Japan Representative:
Kazue Yanagida

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Special Advisor:
Jackie Wright

Godfrey King

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Steve Rice

Established 1996

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Musician's Chapel Dedication

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AJSW Blog Archive 2008 - 2014 (discontinued)

Archive for the ‘Acknowledgements’ Category

Juwon Ogungbe: Life Force Music

Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012

'Memphis in June' in late May!

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‘Doing My Black Thing’ from Juwon’s CD : Life Force Music.

Must thank Juwon for letting me accompany him on my last official concert ( May 23rd 2012) at St Dunstan-in-the West in London as their concert organiser for some four years and some 200 concerts. Above is a track from his great CD released this year (2012): ‘Life Force Music’.

Various examples found of his recordings and to purchase his CD direct from Juwon  Any problems then contact us. Thanks Juwon.

Above is a photo recording our rendition of ‘Memphis in June’. But right now Juwon is not in Memphis but Virginia (22.8.12) USA.  See you when you return. Keep on doing your ‘black thing’. It’ll do!  Godfrey K.

And thanks to Father William at St Dunstan for all those years who has now also departed for the ‘Zoo Church’, Regents Park. Here he is presenting nay insisting on kindly parting gifts and getting his church back. As always more appreciated than spoken words can say. We had something good going there for a time and now to other worlds anew.

Gofrey King's last hoorah!

St Dunstan Classical Music Festival 2011

Tuesday, September 27th, 2011

Thank you to all those that took part in and supported the various festival concerts.

Aiki Mori

The Musicians (in date appearance order): Yuka Ishizuka (violin), Karim Said (piano), Akiko Murakami (piano), Masayaki Tayama (piano), Ensemble Caravaggio, Finbarr Malafronte (guitar), Emiko Miura (piano), Neville Dickie (stride piano), Aiki Mori (cello), Philip Howard (piano), Megumi Nagae (violin), Belinda Jones (piano), Catherine Nardiello (piano), Mika Doi (violin), Jung Yoon Cho (violin), Daniel King-Smith (piano), Ryoko Harada (violin), Maiko Mori (piano), Jun Ishimura (piano)

In support: The Rev. William Gulliford (& the Church Council), Melchor, Rebecca and Jill (door), Kallkwik (printers), Phil Ronan (web site) and especially you the audience that makes it all worthwhile.

There were just under 800 attended the 14 concerts with a little over £1,000 collected for the church in donations.

Godfrey King (Festival Organiser) for AJSW & St Dunstan