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Xposed Christmas Party at The University of Gloucestershire

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Friday December 11th, 8pm, Pittville Studios, University of Gloucestershire, Albert Road, Cheltenham, GL52 3JG. Telephone: 01242 714940.
Tickets: £6 and £3 students/with concessions.

Xposed club is inviting the local community to come along and celebrate Christmas with live music and followed by an Xposed Christmas party.
The evening features a group of performers currently on a national tour and featuring two top musicians from Norway.
Frode Gjerstad, clarinet and alto saxophone, joins percussionist Paal Nilssen-Love, trumpeter and trombonist Jon Corbett, and Nick Stephens on acoustic bass.
With a huge wealth of jazz and experimental experience between them, the four versatile musicians have come together for this special festive event as part of the regular Xposed concerts at Pittville Studios.
Also performing is Mike Cooper, initially a folk-blues guitarist and singer songwriter, who has diversified to include improvised and electronic music along with radio and sound installations.
Grayson Cooke will be combining music and digital visuals, using audio reaction to produce transformations in abstract visuals.
Jim Brooks, Pittville Studios sound engineer and fine art PhD student, will be playing his 45s and taking the audience on a trip down memory lane.
Tickets are available from the Pittville Studios campus or reserved from event organiser, Stuart Wilding [email protected] , telephone 07817 963214.

Source: The University of Gloucestershire

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