World Music And Minimalism
  • Room 018, Rolle Building, Plymouth University

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Saj Collyer, conductor I Mike McInerney, shakuhachi

Plymouth University’s music degree programme is notable for its inclusion of various world music. Among visitors to the course are Indian classical musicians and African drummers. Among its members of staff are Mike McInerney, a specialist in the Japanese shakuhachi, and Saj Collyer whose has devoted much time and travel to studying the Balinese gamelan.  

This short concert presents two extremes – from the quiet, contemplative shakuhachi to the driving rhythms of the gamelan.

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

Date: 6 December
Time: 19:00
Venue:
Room 018, Rolle Building, Plymouth University
Ticket information
: Free admission, booking advised

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