"brand-new yet iconic"   - Gramophone (UK)

Loop 2.4.3 is an "open format", collaborative ensemble, led by composer/performer Thomas Kozumplik. The group has a bent for exploring the vast musical possibilities of percussion instruments, inspired by an artistic coming-of-age in room 243...

Record Label (Vinyl, CD's, Scores, Booking): MusicStartsFromSilence.com

Downloads/Streaming: 
musicstartsfromsilence.bandcamp.com

iTunes: chamber music-Rock profile

iTunes: solo/chamber-Electronic profile

Featured Video: David Derickson (Fist Fight Films), MK Ultra from the album Time-Machine_music:



Loop 2.4.3 is a fiscally sponsored project of Brooklyn Arts Council. 

Performances, new music, and community outreach are funded primarily through individual donors. Tax-deductible donations can be made online at:
https://secure.givelively.org/donate/brooklyn-arts-council/loop-2-4-3

Please find more information at our "get-involved" tab.

NEWS


Saturday, June 6, Interview - Richard Symister's Drumming Therapy Podcast

Sunday, June 7, 8am - Drummer's Mobility Online Class via MovEvolution, Brooklyn, NYC - INFO & SIGN-UP

April - June we partner with NJ Public Schools and Arts for Advocacy to work directly with music students via video conference.

8th Avenue Sessions In-Residence at MSFS Studios: This month Tom Burnett is in-house producer at our Brooklyn studio with featured artists Elliott Levin and Thomas Kozumplik.

Watch a live clip from recent Loop 2.4.3 soundcheck in Philadelphia on Instagram.

New Release Child of the Earth featured on New Sounds with John Schaefer. Link to the archived show on newsounds.org

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"It is rare that an epic composition like Child of the Earth emerges from the percussion ensemble repertoire..." - Jonathan Haas

"When considering the intrinsic merits of both the work and its thoroughgoing idiomatic performance by Haas and the New York University Percussion Ensemble there is no doubt that we have a landmark percussion ensemble development, as much a pleasure to hear as it no doubt is to perform. Very recommended for percussion and Modern New Music Postmodern enthusiasts." - Classical-Modern Music Review, Grego Applegate Edwards

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