Oxford Audio Consultants will be having an event at Oxford University, playing a £6,300 lacquer of Sarah Vaughan, Live at Laren Jazz Festival in 1975, that only survives one play.

Just like tasting a great wine or living the pure experience of a live concert, listening to a lacquer is a fleeting chance that can only be lived once.

Event details:

Playing a £6,300 lacquer of Sarah Vaughan Live at Laren Jazz Festival in 1975 that only survives one play
• Music reproduction like never before
• A unique music performance
• Exclusive free event at the historic Holywell Music Room at Oxford University
• Afterwards champagne and canapes at Oxford Audio Consultants

Saturday 4th February Free Concert at Holywell Music Room, Oxford University. 5.30 for 6pm, afterwards Champagne & Canapes at Oxford Audio. 7.30 to 9pm.

A free event limited to 50 people. Booking in advance with Oxford Audio is required in order to attend.

Check out the Hifi Pig Hifi Diary for details of this and other global Hifi Events and Shows.


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