Estonian kannel zither player Mari Kalkun brings us her captivating solo show. Violinist Flora Curzon and cellist Francesca Ter-Berg combine traditional Transylvanian, klezmer, Romanian, Greek and Armenian sounds.
This documentary profiles Portugal’s most famous fado singer, Mariza, and tells the fascinating political story of the music which began in the working-class districts of Lisbon around 200 years ago.
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Matthew Barley and ensemble chart a roller-coaster journey through diverse and sumptuous musical landscapes. Could this be the first time The Girl From Ipanema strolls by Barber’s ecstatic Adagio for Strings?
From the tracks that define a moment to the sounds that shape an identity, award-winning poet and novelist Lavinia Greenlaw hits replay on her celebrated memoir, The Importance of Music to Girls.
Ricocheting between themes of love, masculinity, forgiveness and cultural displacement, poet Keisha Thompson with cellist Bonnie Schwarz presents a vividly imagined Afrofuturistic performance that ripples with looped sound and sweeping waves of Neo-Soul.