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Sound Voice Project: In Conversation

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Ahead of our Sound Voice Project concert on Fri 27 May, Sound Voice artistic director/composer Hannah Conway and writer Hazel…

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Sumida River in Sign Language

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Now in its third edition, the bi-annual Noh Reimagined festival returns to Kings Place in June 2022. One of the…

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How Much Of You Is In Your Voice?

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Hannah Conway, composer and artistic director of Sound Voice, considers voice as an inextricable part of all our identities, and…

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Noh, an Art of Contrasts

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Diego Pellecchia, Associate Professor at Kyoto Sangyō University, introduces one of the oldest extant theatrical forms in the world.

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Singing Together

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As part of our year-long 2022 Voices Unwrapped programme, we’re welcoming community, amateur and children’s choirs into our public spaces.

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An introduction to Mark Simpson's Darkness Moves

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On Sat 11 Dec, leading composer and clarinettist Mark Simpson performs a programme of clarinet and electronics/loops featuring world premieres,…

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An introduction to Philip Cashian’s Volvelles

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On Sat 11 Dec, leading composer and clarinettist Mark Simpson performs a programme of clarinet and electronics/loops featuring world premieres,…

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An introduction to Zoë Martlew's 'Atma'

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On Sat 11 Dec, leading composer and clarinettist Mark Simpson performs a programme of clarinet and electronics/loops featuring world premieres,…

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A post-Gutenberg programme: the music of insignificance

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George Barton, one half of the electrifying GBSR Duo, introduces their upcoming AV Luminate show investigating human solitude and identity…

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The courage of creativity over conflict

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Kevin Le Gendre traces the story of black music in London from the Roman army to Tomorrow’s Warriors.

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London and the invention of concert life

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What made London such fertile ground for musicians from all over the world? And what key roles did those immigrants…

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Live Exclusive: Nine Lessons and Carols for Socially Distanced People

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The original variety night mashing up science, comedy, music and more in this 24hr special edition with the starriest ever…

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Rolf Hind - Is it too soon to talk about all this?

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Celebrated pianist-composer Rolf Hind returns to live performance at Kings Place on Wed 7 Oct with a programme profoundly related…

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Anna Meredith: what got me through lockdown

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The Scottish producer/composer/singer-songwriter and star of our Venus Unwrapped 2019 programme fills us in on how she has been coping.

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Rachel Podger - Lockdown Playlist

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‘I love to listen to choral polyphony last thing at night, preferably with a candle burning’, says violinist Rachel Podger,…

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Harry Christophers - Lockdown Playlist

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Harry Christophers, Artistic Director of our Associate, The Sixteen, shares his lock-down playlist: ‘Many of the tracks on my playlist…

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Nicholas Collon - Lockdown Playlist

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Nicholas Collon, principal conductor of our resident Aurora Orchestra, shares his lock-down playlist: ‘If I haven’t instilled a love of…

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Chris Watson Unwraps Spring - The Old Railway Path

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In a new podcast for Nature Unwrapped, composer, sound recordist and Artist-in-Residence Chris Watson follows an overgrown railway path.

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Kelsey Lu Photo Gallery

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Relive Kelsey’s Lu’s triumphant performance in Hall One back in the summer. Photographer Viktor Erik Emmanuel captured the theatre and…

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Blick Bassy – A Time to Remember

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As part of Songlines Encounters Festival 2020, singer-songwriter Blick Bassy will perform music from his latest album 1958. Daniel Brown…

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10 Fascinating Events for Jewish Book Week Super Fans

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Jewish Book Week Director Claudia Rubenstein recommends 10 events for those JBW fans who can’t get enough of the talks,…

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10 Unmissable Events for Jewish Book Week First Timers

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With Jewish Book Week just days away, JBW Director Claudia Rubenstein recommends 10 unmissable events for festival first-timers.

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Brodsky Quartet: Rush-Hour Lates Series – Review of the Opening Concert

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Our young journalist, Hannah Dienes-Williams, reviews the opening concert in the Brodsky Quartet’s brand-new Rush-Hour Lates series which consists of…

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Bach the Dramatist

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Bach Weekend 2020 has a theatrical flair, reveals director Martin Feinstein. The festival returns in April.

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