The London Chamber Music Society boasts a proud history of Victorian music making in London and with the regular Sunday Concerts that developed at South Place and then the Conway Hall from the 1920s. The LCMS continues that rich legacy at Kings Place, its home from 2008, with London Chamber Music Sundays- a diverse annual season of high-quality classical chamber music, ranging from duos and trios to chamber orchestras, coming from the UK, Europe and beyond. Many of Britain’s most celebrated ensembles have regularly appeared in the Series, from the Brosa and Amadeus string quartets of the past, to the Chilingirian and Carducci quartets today.
The innovative and now well-established LCMS series at Kings Place features a wide range of British and international artists in Hall 1, plus collaborations in the Unwrapped series, the Bach Weekend and the London Piano Festival. There is also a more intimate ‘LCMS Up-Close’ strand in Hall 2, hosting duos and trios as well as highly talented up-and-coming musicians.