February 2, 2018 - It is with a mixture of emotion that we must inform you that Interceder will cease its service over the coming weeks. For nearly a decade we have been helping you find relevant information across thousands of news and social sources, to keep you abreast of the latest news. We’re a small team of two who have run Interceder outside of our regular day jobs and are intensely proud of what we managed to accomplish over the years. Through a lack of time to maintain the site and growing costs associated with acquiring, indexing, analysing and hosting content we will be shutting down Interceder for good. All things reach a natural end, but we could not be more grateful for the way you made us part of your day, so instead of saying goodbye we would just like to say thank you!

Erik Satie

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Oxford Mail
Satie show is night of real French fancieshas been used to advertise everything from chocolate and cider to cars and mobi
Oxford Mail / Posted 10 days ago
has been used to advertise everything from chocolate and cider to cars and mobile phones, but to many people the composer Erik Satie is a bit of a mystery. Now the work of the eccentric Frenchman is to feature in a night of music celebrating the... Read more
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The Age
Michael Clark review: Bad boy of dance comes good with rocking Horses projectprogram as Act I, Act II, Act III. The rebel in the boy has not entirely gone,
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
program as Act I, Act II, Act III. The rebel in the boy has not entirely gone, or the humour. Set to piano music of Erik Satie, Act I gives us seven dancers in lines of a two-three-two formation across the stage, not quite uniformly dressed... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Michael Clark review: Bad boy of dance comes good with rocking Horses projectprogram as Act I, Act II, Act III. The rebel in the boy has not entirely gone,
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 19 days ago
program as Act I, Act II, Act III. The rebel in the boy has not entirely gone, or the humour. Set to piano music of Erik Satie, Act I gives us seven dancers in lines of a two-three-two formation across the stage, not quite uniformly dressed... Read more

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