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Steve Reich’s Music for 18 musicians at the Royal Festival Hall – 24th May 2016



Percussionist Colin Currie and his ensemble return with an all-Reich programme to celebrate the composer’s 80th birthday.

They perform the composer’s most popular work, Music for 18 Musicians which was first performed in New York City in 1976.

There’s also a rare chance to hear Reich’s captivating Quartet for 2 vibraphones and 2 pianos. A mesmerising new work commissioned by Southbank Centre especially for Currie, it received ‘a hero’s reception’ at its premiere last season.


Steve Reich: Mallet Quartet for 2 marimbas & 2 vibraphones

Steve Reich: Quartet for 2 vibraphones & 2 pianos


Steve Reich: Music for 18 musicians


Colin Currie Group
Synergy Vocals

If you would like further information or book tickets, visit the Southbank website here

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