The Music Base is our open-plan shared office space, home to the Kings Place Music Foundation team and other like-minded arts, literature and music organisations. The creative and collaborative atmosphere of the Music Base fosters close relationships between organisations, many of whom have become Kings Place Partners, including Resident Orchestra Aurora Orchestra and Artistic Associate Poet in the City. We currently have desks available. Find out more about desk space to rent.
Alan Bearman Music is a music agency, formed in late 2004, representing some of the foremost artists on the folk, roots and acoustic music scene. Alan has over 30 years’ experience of programming festivals and events including Sidmouth Festival, Towersey Festival, Folk in the Fall at the South Bank Centre and Ards International Guitar Festival as well as showcases and conferences for Folk Arts England and The Association of Festival Organisers.
Aurora is many things. A virtuosic chamber orchestra, built of extraordinary musicians, giving electrifying performances at the very highest international standard. A pioneering creative community with a boundless appetite for adventure, the broadest of artistic horizons, and a playful approach to presentation. Above all, Aurora is about bringing the richest musical experiences to the broadest possible audience. We’re constantly searching for new ways to heighten engagement with music and help audiences get under the skin of great works. The common thread which links all of this work is simple: great music, brilliantly performed.
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I live in London and direct, produce and teach comedy (and sometimes still perform). I’m also the London representative for the Live Comedy Association and am one of the co-founders of the Bill Murray comedy venue.
The International Guitar Foundation (IGF) is a charitable organisation dedicated to the guitar, its players, and its music. We focus primarily upon creating new music, advancing the opportunities available for new players and developing audiences for guitar music throughout the UK. We commission new repertoire from leading music creators and disseminate this new work to audiences. We create opportunities for young players by providing performance platforms, workshops, professional advice and the highest quality training available.
LondonJazz News was started as a blog by Sebastian Scotney in 2009, and has gone on growing ever since. It now involves a substantial team of contributors and helpers. The weekly LondonJazz newsletter, Wednesday Breakfast Headlines, has become an industry must-read since ﬁrst launching in 2010. LondonJazz News starts from a genuine enthusiasm for jazz and related music, for the energy, range and diversity of the scene all around us, and for the people who make it happen. It is a not-for-profit venture.
The London Sinfonietta always seeks to extend its reach to more people with the inspiring sound of new music. In the coming season we explore new concert formats performed in new locations around the country to make the exciting music of 20th and 21st century composers and artists more accessible than ever.
National Youth Jazz Collective is a vibrant National Youth Music Organisation designed to support the creative and educational needs of young jazz musicians through regional outreach projects and an annual national summer school.
Nevill Holt Opera runs an annual summer opera festival in its RIBA Award-winning theatre in Leicestershire, alongside extensive year-round education and community programmes across the Midlands. We are a small team, passionate about the power of music and the arts to change lives.
We believe that orchestras are for everyone. With over 50 years’ experience, we make world-class orchestral music relevant to people’s lives through dynamic partnerships and innovative projects, particularly in culturally under-served areas of England. Orchestras Live is a national music charity, passionate that people from all backgrounds should have the opportunity to participate in and enjoy the highest quality orchestral experience, regardless of their age or geographical location.
Pangolin London are sculpture specialists and are one of London’s few galleries dedicated to exhibiting sculpture. Representing a solid stable of both established and emerging artists and artist estates, Pangolin London curates a dynamic exhibition programme that focuses on the historic developments of British Sculpture as well as the cutting-edge contemporary.
Parabola is a privately owned real estate development and investment group based in Edinburgh, Newcastle and London. Our aim is to accommodate people and organisations in a high quality, friendly and safe environment. At our very core is sustainability and the passion to deliver exciting places through innovative architecture and good design but also environmental awareness, social value and wellbeing at the forefront. In addition, the company is committed to a number of charities through ‘Parabola Foundation’ including Kings Place Music Foundation, Bowel Cancer Research and Poverty Relief Foundation.
The Voices Foundation is a national registered charity that has been working since 1993 to help schools, academies, Music Education Hubs and other partners across the UK to establish sustainable and effective music education in their settings. Everyone has a voice, and singing is a powerful way for children to become proficient musicians.