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June, 1996


Flier for Gastr Del Sol concert, featuring Tony Conrad, 1996.
Flier for Gastr Del Sol concert, featuring Tony Conrad, 1996.

Hallwalls Calendar: June, 1996.

Artists associated with this publication:
Chrisanto Manzano Avella, Salustriano Matus Gonzales, Carlos Martinez Suarez, Jim O'Rourke, David Grubbs, Kronos Quartet, ROVA Saxophone Quartet, Derek Bailey, Henry Kaiser, Mayo Thompson, Squirrel Bait, Bastro, Tony Conrad, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Frieder Schlaich, Irene Von Alberti, Emigdio Julian Caballero, Guillermo Monteforte, Teofila Palafox Herranz, Gloria Ribe, Jose Manuel Pintado


Some events connected to this publication:
June 19, 1996 - NEW VIDEO FROM CIAPAS AND OAXACA
June 21, 1996 - BIG SCREEN SUMMER FILM FESTIVAL:
June 21, 1996 - BIG SCREEN SUMMER FILM FESTIVAL:
June 22, 1996 - BIG SCREEN SUMMER FILM FESTIVAL:
June 26, 1996 - GASTR DEL SOL
June 27, 1996 - BIG SCREEN SUMMER FILM FESTIVAL:
June 28, 1996 - BIG SCREEN SUMMER FESTIVAL:



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