Canterbury Scene In fact, Canterbury is not known for its spire, and not even the stories of Jeffrey Chaucer, but for its musical scene that took shape in the late 60s - early 70s, which was called “The Canterbury School”. Canterbury is an incredible mix of progressive rock, jazz, avant-garde and musical experiment in one bottle. Initially, indeed, a whole series of musicians and groups began precisely at Canterbury, but subsequently the framework for defining the style expanded, and Picchio Dal Pozzo Italians or even Cos Belgians began to be counted among the “Canterbury scene.” However, we will try to figure it out for ourselves in the new lecture format - there will not be any vidosikov, only records and lecturer Topilov. And, of course, there will be a lot of music (this time from vinyl) and stories about recording these records. For those who love Soft Machine, Gong, Caravan, Steve Hillage, Robert Wyatt, Hatfield and the North, National Health and other Kevin Ayers, we recommend not to miss this event! But those who know nothing about this - to be there without fail!