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Aquinas Trio

Classical / London Chamber Music Society

The Aquinas Trio complete their survey of Schumann piano trios with a wide-ranging programme that couples his late, third trio with a late Haydn work.

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Northern Chords Festival Ensemble

Classical / London Chamber Music Society

The wonderful performers of the Northern Chords Festival play two piano quartets; Mozart’s dramatic quartet in G minor and Brahms’ passionate C minor quartet, as well as Fauré's expressive First Violin Sonata.

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Aurora Orchestra with Nicholas Angelich

Classical / Aurora Orchestra

Aurora enters the fifth and final year of its Mozart’s Piano series with the American pianist Nicholas Angelich making his Kings Place debut.

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Lock-In: Mozart Quintet for Piano and Winds

Classical / Aurora Orchestra

Mozart’s delightful masterpiece for piano and winds performed in-the-round in the intimate setting of an Aurora Lock-In.

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Destinations: Belle Chen x Nick Robertson

Contemporary at Kings Place

The incomparable pianist Belle Chen performs her new AV show, collaborating with designer Nick Robertson (Coldplay, Brian Eno) to transform the stage into shifting environments with realtime visual performer Mario Radev.

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Divertimenti with Garfield Jackson

Classical / London Chamber Music Society

The five string players of Divertimenti are joined by violist Garfield Jackson to perform two powerful and beautiful string sextets by Dvořák and Brahms. Plus, the London premiere of Sally Beamish’s new String Quintet.

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Truls Mørk & Behzod Abduraimov

Classical / Master Series

Truls Mørk has long been the uncrowned king of cellists. Here he is joined by his duo partner, the dazzling young Uzbek pianist, Bezhod Abduraimov in a sequence of three great sonatas.

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Barbara: Dis, quand reviendras-tu?

Words / Jewish Book Week

The French chanteuse Barbara, who would have been 90 this year, defined the meaning of relationships for an entire generation.

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Mira Calix & the Calix Ensemble

Contemporary / Nature Unwrapped

The Kalahari’s San people tell of a bee that carried a mantis across a river. The exhausted bee leaves the mantis on a floating flower, planting a seed in its body. According to their folklore,

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Kamilya Jubran + Werner Hasler present ‘Wa’

Contemporary at Kings Place

Renowned Palestinian vocalist and oud player Kamilya Jubran, and long-standing musical partner and composer Werner Hasler (trumpet & electronics) return to the UK in support of their new album Wa. With Wa, Jubran and Hasler

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Aurora Orchestra with Yeol Eum Son

Classical / Aurora Orchestra

This scintillating programme includes a symphony performed entirely from memory; a work of orchestral theatre from Harrison Birtwistle; and a collaboration with rising star pianist Yeol Eum Son.

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Orchestra of the Swan with Thomas Gould – Umpteenth Violin Concerto

Classical / Beethoven 250

In this night of two concertos from the Orchestra of the Swan, Thomas Gould is soloist in Beethoven’s Apollonian essay, and in a concerto by jazz composer Django Bates.

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Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment – Can Bacterium Compute?

Classical / Bach, the Universe & Everything

The science: Professor Susan Stepney introduces us to different types of non-conventional computing. The music: This cantata marks Pentecost, and the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles.

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The Lock In: Travels with My Trombone

Classical / Nature Unwrapped

Aurora’s Principal Trombone, Matthew Gee, travels through the bittersweet landscapes of Vaughan Williams’ Songs of Travel, the fierce chill of Schubert’s Winterreise and the dizzying terrains of Jan Sandström’s A Short Ride on a Motorbike.

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Chiaroscuro Quartet – Beethoven Early Quartets

Classical / Beethoven 250

In this concert, Chiaroscuro Quartet link Mendelssohn, Purcell, Schubert and Beethoven together for a performance of extraordinary energy.

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Academy of St Martin in the Fields Chamber Ensemble – The Septet

Classical / Beethoven 250

The eminent principals of the Academy of St Martin in the Fields Chamber Ensemble perform Beethoven’s Septet, a work which possesses an easy-going charm and uncontainable exuberance.

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Jacques Thibaud Trio – Beethoven String Trios

Classical / Beethoven 250

The Berlin-based Jacques Thibaud Trio mixes Beethoven’s radical Op. 9 with Schubert’s heavenly trio in B flat, and Jean Françaix’s witty String Trio. 

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Rachel Podger & Christopher Glynn – Beethoven Violin Sonatas

Classical / Beethoven 250

Using 19th century instruments that reflect Beethoven’s ideal, Rachel Podger and Christopher Glynn join forces to explore a sonata cycle that, more than any other, opens up new worlds of expression for violin and piano.

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O/Modernt – The Man Who Planted Trees

Classical / Nature Unwrapped

This concert illuminates Beethoven’s philosophy of nature through a reading of Jean Giono’s fable The Man who Planted Trees (1953). Plus, music by Bach, Brahms, Satie, Schoenberg and Fazil Say.

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Pieter Wispelwey & Alasdair Beatson – Beethoven Complete Cello Sonatas

Classical / Beethoven 250

Dutch maestro Pieter Wispelwey and the questing young pianist Alasdair Beatson take us on an epic journey through Beethoven's cello sonatas.

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George Monbiot and Peggy Seeger in Conversation

Folk / Nature Unwrapped

What role can music and art play in tackling the climate crisis? How has folksong been used to help the social movements of the past? Peggy Seeger (folksinger/activist) and George Monbiot (environmentalist/journalist) debate these questions.

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