Wetherspoon world premiere – 5 days to go


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One hour of percussion music – Deranged Drums on Digital Vistas written by composer and percussionist Peter Birkby.  8 instrumentalists, over 60 percussion instruments and a musical mix of drum ‘n timpani, latin, contemporary, jazz and classical all on Market Hill in Barnsley.  The world premiere is on Thursday 26th June 2014 between 7 and 8pm at the Joseph Bramah, 15 Market Hill, Barnsley, S70 2PX .  

This is completely funded by your contributions, the last day you will be able to contribute through the Indiegogo website is Tuesday 24th, and please support by donating at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/deranged-drums-on-digital-vistas-world-premiere-gig-and-recordings-to-share  

To watch one of the 37 sections of music being performed by the composer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZoJnksq2bc&feature=youtu.be

After the event the music will be made freely available as downloads (with links and instructions to free recording and editing software) for you to create your own version of the music and then share it through the Urban Skyline Bandcamp site.  Hope to see you soon or hear the new creations in the future. 

© P.R.Birkby 2014

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About derangeddrums

Composer, percussionist, musical director, teacher and educator. My music has been written for audiences in palaces and in the street. Music is my vocation and my passion and I hope you enjoy it too.
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One Response to Wetherspoon world premiere – 5 days to go

  1. lyndarwh says:

    I am in Barnsley that week so will come along! Lynda Waterhouse

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