Linking and supporting Scandinavian societies
Since 1950
Linking and supporting Scandinavian societies
Since 1950
Linking and supporting Scandinavian societies
Since 1950
Linking and supporting Scandinavian societies
Since 1950
Linking and supporting Scandinavian societies
Since 1950
Linking and supporting Scandinavian societies
Since 1950
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Harwich Festival of the Arts.

Wednesday 19 October 2016, 3:30 pm, Thai Up at the Quay
‘Jenny Lind – The Swedish Nightingale’ – A Presentation by Sarah Dunsmure, Jenny Lind’s Great, Great Granddaughter
and author of the Book – ‘The Swedish Nightingale’

Jenny Lind’s special singing voice charmed the opera world in the 19th Century. She was born in Stockholm in 1820 where she attended the Adolf Fredrik School of Music. After many international tours she settled in Britain. She soon acquired the name of ‘The Swedish Nightingale’, proof of her popularity. She was closely associated with the composer, Felix Mendelssohn. After her death in 1887 she was honoured as the first woman to be represented in the Poets’ Corner in Westminster Abbey.

For further information: www.harwichfestival.co.uk
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My name is Valeria and I work for LISTEN & LEARN. We are contacting you because we have a part-time, freelance teaching position as an Danish tutor in Derby, DE65 5BQ that we would like to consider you for.

The current job opening would consist of teaching 1 adult (beginner level). This student would like to have classes of General Danish ideally on Saturdays at approximately 1:00 pm. This course will be 50 hours in total.

Please note that we do not suggest for you to leave your current employment. Our teaching positions are both part-time and freelance; you will only be given assignments for which you are available.

Please let us know if you are interested in our offer. If so, please reply with your updated resume and your availability for a phone interview. If you are unavailable, but know of someone who would be interested in this position, we would appreciate your forwarding him/her the job offer.

You can find more information about our company at www.listenandlearn.org/

If you are unavailable at this moment, but would like to be considered for future opportunities, please upload your resume at www.listenandlearn.org/cvs.html
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Katri PaakkariI can teach Finnish in fluent English.

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