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2 --- Howick and Pakuranga Times, Thursday, December 13, 2012 www.times.co.nz QUICK PUZZLE NO. 7586 ACROSS 1. Unwell (4) 7. Stranger (9) 8. Disturbance (4) 9. Prohibit (4) 10. Elan (4) 11. Proceed (4) 14. Apparent (10) 16. Impassive (10) 19. Dish (4) 22. Handle (4) 24. Extra (4) 25. Daze (4) 26. Quip (9) 27. Gratis (4) DOWN 1. Fragment (5) 2. Vexed (5) 3. Strong (6) 4. Drug (6) 5. Old (4) 6. Foolish (9) 12. Disease (9) 13. Fish (4) 15. Crawl (4) 17. Recollection (6) 18. Three times (6) 20. Performer (5) 21. Therefore (5) 23. Row (4) QUICK PUZZLE NO. 7585 - SOLUTIONS Across - 7, Air commodore. 8, Little. 9, Ocelot. 10, Me- mento. 12, Route. 15, Stair. 16, Rupture. 18, Stream. 20, Savour. 22, Misbehaviour. Down - 1, Liniment. 2, Scut. 3, Amnesty. 4, Motor. 5, Foremost. 6, Zero. 11, Epilepsy. 13, Tortuous. 14, Rus- sian. 17, Impel. 19, Tome. 21, Veil. 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The expat American’s career sees him travelling to the Mid- dle East for three weeks about nine times a year, implementing job development programmes, emergency relief, and scholar- ships for young disadvantaged women. “The development work is focused now on Kurdish refu- gees primarily,” Mr Hand told the Times. “The worst situations for them are in Turkey these days. It depends on the political situa- tion where the most need is.” His interest in the Middle East and its politics began as a 16-year- old, when after studying the piano seriously at North Caro- lina School of Arts, he moved to a kibbutz farm in Israel. “It was right on the border, so we saw a lot of action,” he says. “I started work with the Kurds in the 1980s when Saddam Hus- sein gassed the Kurdish popula- tion at Halabja. “I was one of the frst people on the scene and debriefed the victims. “In the frst Gulf War, I got trapped on the Iraq side of the border. That was a bit dicey. I’ve been within 100-feet [30-metres] of a car bomb.” His initial travels meant a 15-year break from the piano. But since reacquainting with his talent, he’s shared the stage with accomplished players such as Tchaikovsky competition win- ner Andre Laplante and studied with world piano gold medallist Igor Resnianski. The father-of-two has lived in Howick since 2010 and collabo- rated with the choir’s conductor Neil Guyan since meeting not long after. “As well as accompanying some of the choir items, Matthew will present a piano bracket with a Christmas favour, including an excerpt from Tchaikovsky’s Nut- cracker ballet,” says Mr Guyan. The concert will feature mad- rigals, carols, folk songs and motets sung by the 28-member choir, which is in its frst year at Edgewater College Commu- nity Education, after the closure of Pakuranga College’s evening classes. “The madrigal choir was unwilling to give up too easily,” says Mr Guyan. “It’s business as usual.” n Sweet Was The Song is at 2pm this Sunday at All Saints Church, Selwyn Road, Howick. Entry costs $10, and $8 for senior citi- zens and students. Aid worker at home on the ivories COLLABORATNG: Pakuranga Evening Class Madrigal Choir conductor Neil Guyan, left, with guest pianist for this Sunday's concert Matthew Hand. Times photo Wayne Martin GREAT CHRISTMAS GIFT IDEA!
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