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Casa da Moeda Festival 2011

We are delighted to invite you to the 3rd Casa da Moeda Festival (25-27 November 2011, Panjim, Goa). Casa da Moeda is our home and was the Mint of Goa in the 1830s. You can find more information about the Mint, the house and previous editions of the festival here. All talks will take place at Casa da Moeda. The walks will begin from Casa da Moeda.

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SCHEDULE

Friday, 25 November
5.30 pm: Traditional Brass Band
6.00 pm: Dr. Miguel Mateus : Heritage Interpretation
7.15 pm: Dr. Luis Dias : From the Cradle to the Grave – the life and work of composer Franz Liszt on the occasion of his birth bicentenary.

Saturday, 26 November
9.00 am: The Goa Reporter Walk: led by Chennai-based writer Chandrachoodan Gopalkrishnan
6.00 pm: Rajendra Kerkar : The Importance of the Western Ghats to Goa’s survival
7.00 pm: Clement DeSylva : The Migration of Goans to Mumbai
8.00 pm: Caetano Filipe Colaço : A Tribute to Mickey Correa (1913-2011)

Sunday, 27st November
9.00 am: Tree Walk : led by botanist Miguel Braganza
6.00 pm: Wendell Rodricks : Revival and Celebration- The Kunbi sari
7.15 pm: Victor Hugo Gomes : Goa’s Agrarian Past
8.15 pm: Music recital : Orlando Noronha and friends in concert

All events are free and open to the public. Seating is limited and available on a first-come-first-served basis. For more information visit casadamoedagoa.wordpress.com or call 9922642059.
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Casa da Moeda, Near Head Post Office, Panjim, Goa 403001.

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