'Back to Music' with Charlotte Storey (CANCELLED)

Dr Nuria Bonet and Charlotte Storey

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Unfortunately, planned University events (including social gatherings) have been cancelled with immediate effect until 31 May 2020. We’re sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.

Charlotte Storey is a saxophonist whose career was cut short by an accident where she lost the use of her right shoulder.

Charlotte and researchers from the Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music Research (ICCMR) have been working to build technology and write new pieces to prepare her comeback concert. They have also been working with disabled amateur musicians to return to music playing.


  • Charlotte Storey - Saxophones
  • Chris Powell - Keyboard
  • Laura Kirk-Potter - Clarinet

This first performance in the ICCMR Concert Series presents a complete new programme of music by Dr Núria Bonet from ICCMR.

The concert starts at 15:00 and entry to this unmissable event is free. It will be followed by a charity collection and a Q&A. Booking is not required but recommended. Email nuria.bonet@plymouth.ac.uk to reserve your places or for more information.    

The event is supported using public funding by Arts Council England.

About the ICCMR Concert Series

The ICCMR Concert Series is a year-long programme of research concerts run by the University's Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music Research. It will feature and highlight some of the group's cutting-edge musical and technical research, and invite exciting composers and performers to share their projects. The concert series will be officially launched at the 'Back to Music' concert today.

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