Jazz: Freedom Songs for Solo Piano
  • Room 015, Rolle Building, Plymouth University

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Passionate music with a humanitarian and a political edge.

Combining improvisation with a selection of freedom songs from various times and places, this performance includes songs from The Digger Song of the 17th-century English revolution to Bob Marley’s Get Up, Stand Up by the way of Guantanamera from Cuba and Nkozi Sikalele.

Date: 9 December
Time: 13:15
Venue:
Room 015, Rolle Building, Plymouth University
Ticket information
: Free admission, booking advised

This event is part of Plymouth University Music Week. Find out about related events.

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