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Enji

Contemporary / Songlines Encounters Festival

We welcome Munich-based Mongolian singer Enkhjargal Erkhembayar (aka Enji) to Songlines Encounters Festival, an artist who creates music that blends jazz and folk with traditional Mongolian influences.

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Alasdair Fraser & Natalie Haas

Folk / Scotland Unwrapped

Kings Place welcomes Fraser and Haas to their Scotland Unwrapped programme, a fiddle and cello duo who blend a profound understanding of the Scottish folk tradition with cutting-edge string explorations.

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‘The Music Room’ – Debut Show by Aley

Contemporary at Kings Place

Egyptian artist Aley invites you to embark on a mesmerizing musical journey that transcends genres and borders. "The Music Room" is a two-hour spectacle that merges music, immersive projections, and storytelling. 

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Genticorum

Folk / ‘Under 30s’ Tickets

With impeccable musicianship and an infectious ‘joie de vivre’, Kings Place welcomes Genticorum, a band comprising some of the most distinctive voices in traditional Québécois music, seamlessly melding fiddle, flute, accordion, guitar, foot percussion and voices.

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Tim Garland Lighthouse Trio

Jazz at Kings Place

Join Lighthouse Trio for a unique and formidable acoustic performance as part of their 20th anniversary tour.

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Julie Fowlis + Westward the Light

Folk / Scotland Unwrapped

Hailing from the Outer Hebrides and now based in the Highlands, singer Julie Fowlis, perhaps best known for her work with the Disney Pixar movie Brave, is widely heralded for championing traditional Gaelic.

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Ali Akbar Moradi Ensemble

Contemporary at Kings Place

Ali Akbar Moradi, 'the best tanbour player alive', (Songlines Magazine) was born in 1957 in Guran, not far from Kermanshah, the main city of Kermanshah province.

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Kaija Saariaho Memorial Concert with The Carice Singers

Classical / ‘Under 30s’ Tickets

Kaija Saariaho, the revered Finnish composer, died on this day, June 2023. The Carice Singers mark the first anniversary with a sequence of her iridescent music, including her final, powerful choral work Reconnaissance.

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Chiaroscuro Quartet

Classical / Master Series

A welcome return by the peerless Chiaroscuro Quartet, with two of Beethoven’s forever radical Razumovsky Quartets, and a slice of early Hadyn.

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Julie Brook: The Scottish Landscape

Words / Scotland Unwrapped

We welcome artist Julie Brook as part of our newest series Scotland Unwrapped, for an evening of deep exploration on her sculptural works in response to each specific environment using materials found on site, through a visual presentation.

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John McCusker & Friends

Folk / Scotland Unwrapped

John McCusker, Scotland’s foremost fiddle player, gathers a who’s who of singer songwriters and traditional musicians at Kings Place for one night only, as part of Scotland Unwrapped.

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The Vernon Spring & Gwilym Gold: Still

Jazz / ‘Under 30s’ Tickets

Kings Place and Lima Limo Records presents Still - an improvised in the round performance from The Vernon Spring and Gwilym Gold.

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El Rass

Contemporary at Kings Place

Mazen El Sayed, known for his stage name El Rass, is a rapper and music producer from Tripoli, Lebanon.

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The Guilty Feminist

Comedy / The Guilty Feminist

Join comedian Deborah Frances-White for her comedy podcast. Each episode, Deborah and her guests discuss their noble goals as 21st century feminists and the paradoxes and insecurities which undermine them. The podcast has become a phenomenon with over 50 million downloads.

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Jake Blount

Folk / ‘Under 30s’ Tickets

Kings Place welcomes back Jake Blount after his sell-out show in 2023, a rising star of American roots music, whose work shines a light on the major contributions that Black, Indigenous and LGBTQ artists have made to American folk traditions.

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Evelyn Glennie and Trio HLK

Jazz / Scotland Unwrapped

Join Evelyn Glennie and Trio HLK in Hall One as they showcase their enthralling new album Anthropometricks.

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Irish Hooley at Kings Place

Folk at Kings Place

Celebrating the finest of traditional Irish music, IMDL’s Annual ‘Hooley’ features award- winning artists from Ireland in concert, plus London Irish session music in the foyer. Irish Music and Dance in London’s (IMDL) Annual 'Irish

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Guitar in London: Josep Manzano and Regency Duo

Classical at Kings Place

International Guitar Foundation (IGF) presents the guitarist Josep Manzano and the YAP awardees Declan Hickey and Eliza Nagle of the Regency Duo in this Sunday afternoon Guitar In London concert. Under 18s can go to this concert for free.

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Global Pillage

Comedy at Kings Place

Global Pillage is a comedy panel show podcast all about idiom, culture, customs and norms hosted by Abigoliah Schamaun.

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Kirckman Concerts Present: Kleio Quartet

Classical / Kirckman at Kings Place

The Kirckman Concerts selection panel of distinguished musicians has developed a reputation for spotting stars in the making, offering young musicians a London platform as well as the possibility of concerts further afield. Concertgoers have a unique opportunity to hear the exciting promise which these artists offer.

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Opening Talk: 'Sumidagawa'

Contemporary / Noh Reimagined

Ahead of the evening’s main event, a performance of ‘Sumidagwa’ in Hall One, join us for a discussion about the play between Noh performer Kohei Kawaguchi and Jason James, Director General of the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation/

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Noh: ‘Sumidagawa’ and ‘A Tale of the Sumida River’

Contemporary / Noh Reimagined

For our first headline event of Noh Reimagined 2024, Mu Arts and Kings Place are proud to present a rare performance of ‘Sumidagawa’, one of Noh Theatre’s greatest masterpieces. British storyteller Xanthe Gresham-Knight's ‘A Tale of the Sumida River’, adapted from ‘Sumidagawa’, will precede the Noh performance, offering an introduction to the play’s timeless narrative of love, loss, and the river that carries us all.

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Meet the Noh Performers

Contemporary / Noh Reimagined

Experience a memorable evening as you meet 9 Noh performers! This is a chance to have direct conversations with the esteemed performers from Japan and discuss their unforgettable performance of the Noh play ‘Sumidagawa’, right after the presentation in Hall One, over drinks and snacks.

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Workshop: Introduction to Noh Movement

Contemporary / Noh Reimagined

Join us in this workshop where you will discover the essence of movement and self-expression of Noh, an artform with a legacy spanning 650 years.

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