The Recurring Music Band
  • Room 018, Rolle Building, Plymouth University

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Comprising of highly accomplished musicians in their own right, The Recurring Music Band was formed to mainly specialise in minimalism, post-minimalism and new compositions by its members. The ensemble members are highly accomplished musicians in their own right.

Their programme includes ‘classic’ minimalism as well as music by ensemble director Lona Kozik using visuals and electronics. The programme also includes work by Philip Glass and Tom Riley.

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

Date: 6 December
Time: 20:30
Room 018, Rolle Building, Plymouth University
Ticket information
: Free admission, booking advised

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