Steve Reich (b. 1936) is one of America’s most famous composers since the Second World War. In the late-1960's he, along with Philip Glass, lead the ‘Minimalist’ movement in music and helped to change the face of modern music. From his early ‘phase compositions’ (Inspired by playing with tape loops) such as Piano Phase through to more mature and historically inspired pieces such as ‘Different Trains’ his music brought an energy and edge to contemporary music that (especially young) audiences responded to.
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The Source Arts Centre Thurles
13 May 2021
Start 20:00End 21:00