Events coming up at The Tasmin Little Music Centre
Wednesday 28th January, 2pm - 4pm at Tasmin Little Music Centre, University of Bradford. FREE ENTRY. All Welcome. Author of the 'Bradford's Noise of The Valleys' book series and avid music fan Gary Cavanagh will join us for an informal discussion about Bradford's alternative music history and the live music scene today.
Gary was born in Clayton, Bradford, and is a founder member of Bradford’s 1 In 12 Club, a former university tutor in history and politics, and a local historian and archivist.
The conversation will be facilitated by Fellow in Music Andy Abbott and will provide plenty of opportunities for questions and chat about the musical landscape of Bradford then and now and how to get involved.
As a prelude to Valentines Day, pianist Imani Hekima will be playing a solo concert of Bollywood songs with some selections of middle eastern music, performed on baby grand piano - all with a love and romance theme.
Based in Bradford, Imani has developed a niche performing fine instrumental renditions of Bollywood songs. He has supported Raghav and gigs regularly at Asian weddings and functions around the country.
Soothing and melodious music for lunchtime. Performance begins at 1 pm. Admission is free.
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A place to find out about, experience and get involved in music on campus and beyond.
Based on University of Bradford campus, Music at Bradford University offers four threads of provision. A programme of events that brings cutting edge music in all its forms to Bradford; a hub to find out about and promote music opportunities accessible to students and staff; small-scale rehearsal and practice facilities; and a base for workshops and facilitated opportunities for music-making.
The Tasmin Little Music Centre is a great place to drop in to find out about what's going on musically on campus and in the local area. It is also used as a practice space for members, and plays host to performances, workshops and various open groups and ensembles.
The programme of events is delivered by 'Fellow In Music' Andy Abbott.