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Outstanding new voice: Dean Stevenson.
Outstanding new voice: Dean Stevenson.

Welcome to Echonetdaily’s Free Friday. Each Friday we give away free tickets or other prizes to a lucky subscriber.

Remarkable song cycle The Juliet Letters was written in the 1990s by Elvis Costello and the Brodsky Quartet. You can see outstanding new voice Dean Stevenson present the entire cycle at the Byron Bay Community Centre accompanied by string quartet, the Arco Set next Friday, October 16.

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