Tippett's Rare Music Club
Rare Music Club website
with details of the most recent concerts in Bristol:
Monday 13 October 2003
Friday 31 October 2003
21 November 2003
Rare Music Club was founded by permanent
artistic director Keith Tippett in 1992 to promote his favourite genres
of music and to provide a regular performing home for the free improvising
collective Mujician. After a few seasons in the Malaap Club and then
the Grace Rooms at Gloucester County Cricket Club in Bristol the Club
was shelved when the voluntary committee was forced to disband due to
various life changes. In 2000 Mind Your Own Music took on the job of
fundraising with a view to reviving this groundbreaking concert series
which has now hosted three outside broadcasts on BBC Radio 3.
Musicians who have appeared at the Rare Music Club at St George's Bristol, Victoria Rooms, The Cube, Polish Club, Wiltshire Music Centre, Wickham Theatre, QEH Theatre and Bristol Music Club in 2001–2003:
Keith Tippett’s Rare Music Club presents quality TRIPLE BILLS embracing the varied musical worlds of FREE IMPROVISATION / CONTEMPORARY JAZZ with CONTEMPORARY / NEW MUSIC and ROOTS / ETHNIC / FOLK MUSIC in a variety of venues in Bristol and the South West.
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