Music: Will Dutta Presents bloom LIVE

Will Dutta. Photo by Michael Robert Williams, London, UK, April 2017.

  • The House, Plymouth University

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Will Dutta returns with his second studio album, a captivating new live show and interactive digital space. Five years since the release of the highly acclaimed Parergon (Just Music, 2012), bloom, sees him reunite with electronic legends Plaid (Warp), Max de Wardener and Manuel Poletti to create exceptionally vivid and sumptuous piano-led compositions.

In bloom LIVE, he casts his unique curatorial eye to reimagine the piano recital. The fluid performance of his music is shaped by temporary connections with club culture, minimalism and more. Luminous visuals and striking stage design results in a compelling, technologically advanced show of untempered colour. 

"One of the most deeply rejuvenating musical experiences we’ve come across" Noisey, VICE's music channel

Visit www.bloomworks.art to receive more information from Will.


Date: Wednesday 29 November
Time: 19:30-20:30
Venue: The House, Plymouth University

£10/£7

Free to Plymouth University students via SPiA

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