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Maxwell Quartet: Worksongs

Classical / Scotland Unwrapped

The Maxwell Quartet make their Kings Place debut as part of the venue’s Scotland Unwrapped series, presenting ‘Worksongs’,  a project exploring the traditional music of their homeland of Scotland alongside works from the classical canon.

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Alfa Mist Trio & Amika Quartet

Contemporary at Kings Place

Sekito Records presents a unique chance to watch a record in the making. Alfa Mist Trio will align with the talented Amika Quartet to perform and record completely new compositions and reworked catalogue favourites in the special acoustics of Kings Place's Hall One. Recordings will be used for a future album on Alfa's Sekito Records.

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Mossy Christian and Megan Wisdom

Folk / Future Folk: Contemporary Sounds from Traditional Roots

Kings Place welcomes Mossy Christian and Megan Wisdom to its Future Folk series. A refreshingly good-humoured take on traditional songs and tunes, the duo are part of a living tradition, carrying the music forward into the future, always eager to share the joy which has been passed on to them throughout their musical lives.

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Alfa Mist Trio & Amika Quartet

Contemporary at Kings Place

Sekito Records presents a unique chance to watch a record in the making. Alfa Mist Trio will align with the talented Amika Quartet to perform and record completely new compositions and reworked catalogue favourites in the special acoustics of Kings Place's Hall One. Recordings will be used for a future album on Alfa's Sekito Records.

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Akusmi & Blue Lake

Contemporary / Luminate

As part of Luminate, we turn the spotlight on one of the finest new experimental record labels to emerge out of the UK, Tonal Union, with two of their artists performing in a co-headline night of genre-blurring minimalism.

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British Violin Making Association's Makers' Day

Free at Kings Place

When you walk through the doors of Kings Place on Makers’ Day, you’ll be met with the immediate buzz of atmosphere from makers and musicians, meeting, talking and playing as it echoes out across the galleries. 

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Ryan Young: Scotland’s Oldest Violin

Folk / Scotland Unwrapped

In a special concert for Kings Place’s Scotland Unwrapped series, acclaimed Scottish fiddle player Ryan Young will be playing a violin made in Edinburgh by John Grice. What makes this instrument so special? It was built in 1731 making it the oldest known Scottish violin in existence.

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Trio Goya

Classical / London Chamber Music Society

The famous Trio Goya brings period performance insights to favourite classical works, with a beautiful early-nineteenth century replica fortepiano, and string players performing on gut strings and with old bows.

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EXAUDI

Classical / ‘Under 30s’ Tickets

This concert, curated by composer Oliver Leith, draws inspiration from a grainy film of the Deller Consort singing English madrigals around a dining table; seemingly without audience; pure joy.

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Kimura & Ono with Kit Downes

Contemporary at Kings Place

Embark on a Japan-UK musical odyssey as Kit Downes on piano harmonises with Shunsuke Kimura on the shinobue (traverse bamboo flute) and Etsuro Ono on Tsugaru shamisen (three string banjo).

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Xuefei Yang and Johannes Moser

Classical / Master Series

Celebrated guitarist Xuefei Yang joins cellist Johannes Moser ‘one of the finest among the astonishing gallery of young virtuoso cellists’ (Gramophone) for Kings Place’s Master Series, in an intricate sequence of dance and song-based gems.

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LVRA

Contemporary / Scotland Unwrapped

Crystallising a sound that’s both anthemic and experimental, hyperpop artist LVRA presents an exclusive in-the-round show using d&b audiotechnik’s 360 Soundscape system.

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Lemn Sissay: Let the Light Pour In

Words / Book Week

PEN Pinter Prize winner and Sunday Times bestseller Lemn Sissay comes to Book Week for the first time to perform the best of the witty, wonder-filled short poems he composes at the break of dawn.

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Being Jewish in Modern Britain

Words / Book Week

Emma Barnett, Sally Berkovic, Howard Jacobson and Hugo Rifkind on being Jewish in Britain today.

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Live Relay: Being Jewish in Modern Britain

Words / Book Week

Emma Barnett, Sally Berkovic, Howard Jacobson and Hugo Rifkind on being Jewish in Britain today.

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Burton & Taylor

Words / Book Week

From romance to recrimination, Erotic Vagrancy: Everything About Richard Burton & Elizabeth Taylor biographer Roger Lewis joins Tanya Gold to discuss one of the most iconic relationships of the 20th century.

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Adi Toch: Place to Place

Words / Book Week

Acclaimed metal artist Adi Toch on her unique commission from the V&A.

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Genesis Emerging Writers 2024

Words / Book Week

The culmination of our Emerging Writers Programme in partnership with the Genesis Foundation, covering fiction, poetry and non-fiction.

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Torah & Tradition in an Age of Doubt

Words / Book Week

Rabbi Dr Raphael Zarum discusses his reasoned responses to some of Judaism's most challenging questions of belief, science and ethics with writer Devorah Baum.

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What is Jewish History For?

Words / Book Week

Acclaimed historians Simon Schama, Jonathan Brent and Miri Rubin explore the importance of studying Jewish history.

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Jewish Dimensions of the War in Ukraine

Words / Book Week

For centuries, Ukraine was at the center of the Jewish world. It was the heartland of Hasidism, Zionism and modern Jewish literature, from Sholem Aleichem to Hayim Nahman Bialik.

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Kindertransport and Beyond

Words / Book Week

Lady Milena Grenfell-Baines, rescued by Nicholas Winton, joins educator Trudy Gold and the authors of The Kindertransport: What Really Happened and Child Migrant Voices in Modern Britain.

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Nicholas Hytner in Conversation

Words / Book Week

Sir Nicholas joins fellow Olivier-winner Elliot Levey to reflect on an extraordinary stage and screen career, from Miss Saigon and The Madness of King George to running the National and co-founding The Bridge.

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The State of Desire

Words / Book Week

Cultural anthropologist Lea Taragin-Zeller explores the conflict between the Israeli state’s attempts to discourage large families and Orthodox Jews’ traditional practices. As the state’s desire to cultivate a high-income, tech-centred nation comes into greater conflict

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