Over the past ten years Anxo Lorenzo, Jim Murray, Dónal O’Connor, and Jack Talty have been at the forefront of highly creative Galician and Irish music-making – as players, composers, arrangers, accompanists, producers and record label owners. Their individual talents as working musicians have seen them initiate hundreds of thoughtful and innovative projects, and the setlist on this tour will include a Music Network commission from all four performers, their virtuosity and profound understanding of the music underpinning any daring off-piste exploration they might undertake.
Since forming in Boston in 2009, Nashville-based string band Della Mae has established a reputation as a charismatic live act comprised of some of the finest players in bluegrass, Americana and beyond. 2020 sees a brand new album, and a welcome return to touring in the UK.
The science: Professor Buzz Baum works at the intersection of biology and physics. He is trying to understand how cells evolve. This cantata repurposes a famous tune from Bach’s St Matthew Passion.
The wonderful performers of the Northern Chords Festival play two piano quartets; Mozart’s dramatic quartet in G minor and Brahms’ passionate C minor quartet, as well as Fauré's expressive First Violin Sonata.
Join hosts Scroobius Pip, Stu Whiffen and Adam Richardson as they talk to special guests for a special Pod Bible live show to celebrate the release of the new issue of Pod Bible magazine. Sponsored
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In this special anniversary series, the acclaimed Brodsky Quartet perform Beethoven’s late string quartets. Fugue is central in the Quartet Op. 131, and is prefaced here with one of Bach’s own fugues.
The famous Allegri Quartet is joined by clarinetist Joseph Shiner in Mozart’s ever-popular Clarinet Quintet, Arthur Bliss’ beautiful Clarinet Quintet, and Beethoven’s stormy and dramatic F minor String Quartet.
Join us for the first Poetry London reading of the new decade! The launch of the Spring issue features live readings from Rishi Dastidar, Emily Hasler, Martha Kapos and Joe Dunthorne. Come along to hear some of the magazine’s most distinguished contributors reading their poems.