FIRST Saturdays, the new York Late Music concert series for 2016, presents Dr K Sextet – Steve Reich At 80 at the Unitarian Chapel, St Saviourgate, York, tomorrowy night.

Taking part in the 7.30pm concert will be Ilze Ikse, flute, Jessica Grimes, clarinet, Alice Barron, violin, Alice Murray, cello, Rebecca McChrystal, percussion, and Alex Wilson, piano.

Steve Reich has created some of his most exciting and innovative repertoire in working with other musicians; notably with the American ensembles Bang On A Can and Eighth Blackbird. Saturday's programme climaxes with Reich’s Double Sextet, a work commissioned by Eighth Blackbird that features live musicians and stereo recording performed simultaneously, complemented by works by each founder of Bang On A Can to create an adrenaline-fuelled concert of pulsating minimalism and experimentalism.

Those works will be David Lang's These Broken Wings, Michael Gordon's ACDC and Julia Wolfe's Singing In The Dead Of Night, while University of York composer James Whittle will present a new work.

Alex Wilson and James Whittle will give a pre-concert talk with a complimentary glass of wine at 6.45pm. Tickets cost £10, concessions £8, at or on the door