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Rachel Podger and Brecon Baroque

Classical / Venus Unwrapped

Rachel Podger is joined by mezzo Ciara Hendrick for this alluring sequence featuring vocal and instrumental music of the Italian Renaissance and French Baroque.

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Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment – Cosmic Dawn

Classical / Bach, the Universe & Everything

The music: A cantata written when Bach was very busy – he was expected to produce six over the course of a month at the same time that he was writing the St John Passion. The science: How did the universe emerge from its dark ages after the Big Bang? Dr Emma Chapman tells us more...

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Consone Quartet with Gillian Keith

Classical / London Chamber Music Society

The Consone Quartet explore and recreate the soundworld of the classical and early Romantic string quartet repertoire on period instruments.

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Joanna MacGregor

Classical / Venus Unwrapped

Joanna MacGregor is one of today’s most invigorating of all high-profile musicians. Her remarkable programme brings together Beethoven with three outstanding female composers.

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Beloved Clara

Classical at Kings Place

Internationally renowned pianist Lucy Parham is joined by acclaimed actors Tim McInnerny and Juliet Stevenson for this special programme marking the bicentenary of Clara Wieck-Schumann.

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Kungsbacka Trio

Classical / Venus Unwrapped

The fêted Swedish-based Kungsbacka Trio return to Kings Place with two great works by Robert and Clara Schumann, prefaced by Natalie Klouda’s Fantasy Triptych.

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Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment – Hunting for Aliens

Classical / Bach, the Universe & Everything

The music: This theatrical cantata opens with an anguished tenor aria and remains one of the most furious and intense of the collection. The science: Professor Lewis Dartnell closes the season with a look at the latest research in astrobiology – the search for extraterrestrial life.

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Alessandro Vena

Classical / London Chamber Music Society

Italian pianist Alessandro Vena makes his UK debut with a programme including Chopin, Rachmaninov and Debussy

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Schumann Quartett

Classical / Master Series

The multi-award winning Schumann Quartett return to Kings Place with a fascinating programme inspired by Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition.

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London Sinfonietta – The Emergence of Minimalism

Contemporary / Turning Points

London Sinfonietta’s latest Turning Points event features works by two of its greatest exponents; Steve Reich and Philip Glass.

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Dante Quartet

Classical / London Chamber Music Society

Haydn’s witty, urbane Quartet in G from his Op. 33 set begins the Dante Quartet’s varied programme.

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Andrei Ioniţă and Naoko Sonoda

Classical / Venus Unwrapped

Leokadiya Kashperova was an acclaimed pianist and composer whose career and reputation were swallowed up by the 1917 Revolution. In this special programme, Andrei Ioniță gives the UK premiere of her glorious First Cello Sonata.

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Vikki Stone – Concerto for Comedian and Orchestra

Comedy / Venus Unwrapped

The award-winning comedian and musician Vikki Stone presents the London premiere of her debut orchestral work, in which the comedian takes the role of ‘soloist’ alongside a chamber orchestra.

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Aquinas Piano Trio

Classical / London Chamber Music Society

The Aquinas Trio focus on the three piano trios of Robert Schumann, putting each with a Haydn trio and a contemporary work.

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The Sixteen: Choral Pilgrimage

Classical at Kings Place

This year’s Choral Pilgrimage brings together music past and present, highlighting The Sixteen’s choral journey over the last 40 years.

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Aurora Orchestra with Yeol Eum Son

Classical / Venus Unwrapped

Kings Place Resident Aurora Orchestra premieres Missy Mazzoli’s exciting and adventurous new work, alongside Mozart’s beloved Piano Concerto No. 21, performed by rising star Yeol Eum Son.

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The Lock-In – Sticks and Keys

Contemporary / Mozart’s Piano

Experience the bold colours and rhythmic intensity of Bartók’s Sonata for two pianos and percussion in a unique immersive performance where you’re invited to lie down amongst the musicians.

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Far from Shore: Apartment House Play Linda Catlin Smith

Contemporary / Venus Unwrapped

Rarely heard in the UK, Apartment House present a programme of solo and chamber works by the acclaimed Canadian composer Linda Catlin Smith.

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Albion Quartet

Classical / London Chamber Music Society

The theme of counterpoint allows the Albion Quartet to explore four very different composers’ treatments, starting with excerpts from Bach’s great Art of Fugue.

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Being Mrs Bach

Classical / Bach Weekend 2019

The home life of the Bach family, as seen through the eyes of Anna Magdalena Bach, is reimagined by author and critic Jessica Duchen.

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Bach: St Matthew Passion

Classical / Bach Weekend 2019

The Feinstein Ensemble open Bach Weekend with a performance of the St Matthew Passion, the towering masterpiece of Bach’s Leipzig period.

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The Brandenburg Sisters

Classical / Venus Unwrapped

Three of King Frederick William I’s children showed outstanding musical gifts. This programme includes unjustly neglected pieces by all three alongside works by Bach-disciple Johann Philipp Kirnberger and more.

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Christophe Coin

Classical / Bach Weekend 2019

One of the world’s most celebrated Baroque cellists, Christophe Coin, centres his afternoon recital on two contrasting Bach cello suites: the joyous C major and the C minor.

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Double Concertos

Classical / London Chamber Music Society

This Bach Weekend 2019 concert includes Bach’s two most famous double concertos, as well as works by other masters of the genre.

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