The Mozart’s Piano series between Kings Place and our resident orchestra Aurora has involved an astonishing array of international pianists in creative, original programmes. In this concert from 2019, celebrated Canadian artist Angela Hewitt is
Aurora Orchestra celebrates the first female professor of piano at the Paris Conservatoire, Louise Farrenc, who received wide acclaim in her lifetime, counting both Schumann and Berlioz among her admirers. Yet her impressive symphonies lay
A night of eclectic, contemporary folk as Charlie Dore launches her 10th album at Kings Place, joined by long-time collaborator Julian Littman of Steeleye Span, virtuoso double bass player Gareth Huw Davies along with some very special guests.
Aurora’s Principal Trombone, Matthew Gee, travels through the bittersweet landscapes of Vaughan Williams’ Songs of Travel, the fierce chill of Schubert’s Winterreise and the dizzying terrains of Jan Sandström’s A Short Ride on a Motorbike.
With heart-wrenching song writing and luscious harmonies combined with the natural storytelling of folk, the rhythms of Americana and catchy pop hooks, Madison Violet have been captivating audiences and critics alike for two decades.
Hear the songs of birds reimagined afresh in a cross-cultural collaboration between British recorder virtuoso Piers Adams, leader of the celebrated baroque quartet Red Priest, and Japanese Nohkan flute maestro Yukihiro Isso. Together they explore
Two much-loved classical masterpieces, a contemporary interpretation of Noh by dance duo Thick & Tight, plus the UK premiere of a work composed by Yukihiro Isso, which celebrates the awe-inspiring power of nature.
Immerse yourself into the intensive world of sound and decipher the hidden meanings of the music by Prokofiev, Shostakovich and Weinberg written at the height of the Soviet government in power.
Song of Earth was inspired by the chamber arrangements which Schoenberg and his circle created for Viennese performances, Iain Farrington’s exquisite arrangement of Das Lied von der Erde distils Mahler’s vast symphonic scoring to an