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LOOKING FORWARD TO THE AIR FORCE IN CONCERT

Royal New Zealand Air Force Band French horn player Jane Rendall says The Air Force In Concert will be challenging, as well as hugely rewarding.

Royal New Zealand Air Force Band French horn player, Jane Rendall, says The Air Force In Concert will be challenging, as well as hugely rewarding.

The Air Force In Concert, which will be staged at Wellington’s St James Theatre at the end of October, is an annual event in which the acclaimed Air Force Band takes the audience on an offbeat ride through diverse musical styles, from popular show tunes to military classics, with some smart choreography to cap it off.

Air Force Band Member Looking Forward to 'Concert of the Year'

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