Plymouth University Gospel Choir And Plymouth University Big Band
  • The House Studio, University of Plymouth

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Plymouth University Gospel Choir is open to all students, meets every week, and communicates its enormous enthusiasm and faith through its infectious singing, harmonising and stirring repertoire. A perfect opener for Music Week!

Student-initiated and directed, the University of Plymouth Big Band (UPBB) was set up in 2005 to play jazz and big band music. It has gone from strength to strength and is well known in and around the city.

UPBB play throughout the academic year – including charity gigs – and now numbers over 30 members including brass, reeds, rhythm and vocalists. 

Date: Tuesday 8 May  
Time: 19:30
Venue: The House Studio, University of Plymouth 
Ticket information: Free admission, booking advised

University of Plymouth Music Week also features:

  • The Steve Buckley Trio with Katherine Williams And Tom Armstrong – Wednesday 9 May  
  • Sam Richards: Empty Moments – Wednesday 9 May
  • Gamelan with the Plymouth University Gamelan Orchestra – Thursday 10 May  
  • Ambient Chilled: Electronics And New Instruments – Thursday 10 May
  • Lona Kozik: Philip Glass Metamorphosis – Friday 11 May
  • Sam Richards: An Evening Of Jazz, Blues And Improvisation – Friday 11 May
  • Capulus – Saturday 12 May
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    University of Plymouth Music Week 2018

    A celebration of musical creativity and diversity, transform your musical senses with the University of Plymouth's Music Week. 

    Showcasing the very latest compositions from staff and students from the music department, and including special guests, it will feature gospel, jazz, improvisation, rock, contemporary, electronics and gamelan.  

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