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Rush-Hour Lates with Brodsky Quartet: Beethoven Opp. 135 & 133

Classical / Beethoven 250

In this special anniversary series, the acclaimed Brodsky Quartet perform Beethoven’s late string quartets, one at a time, lovingly set up with musical preludes.

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Rush-Hour Lates with Brodsky Quartet: Beethoven Opp. 135 & 133 (Online Streaming)

Classical / Beethoven 250

In this special anniversary series, the acclaimed Brodsky Quartet perform Beethoven’s late string quartets, one at a time, lovingly set up with musical preludes.

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Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment – Discovering Brain Dynamics of Music

Classical / Bach, the Universe & Everything

The neuroscience of music is starting to elucidate how music contributes to the experience of eudaimonia, a life well-lived.

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Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment – Discovering Brain Dynamics of Music (Online Streaming)

Classical / Bach, the Universe & Everything

The neuroscience of music is starting to elucidate how music contributes to the experience of eudaimonia, a life well-lived.

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Cracking Ancient Codes: Understanding Early Writing

Words at Kings Place

Writing is perhaps the greatest invention in human history; it made history possible. It seems to have been invented in the late fourth millennium BC in Mesopotamia in the form of wedge-shaped marks pressed into soft clay with a reed stylus: the script known as cuneiform. Soon afterwards, ancient Egypt developed the hieroglyphic script, immortalised in the Rosetta Stone. But although cuneiform and hieroglyphic can today be read by scholars, many of the early inscriptions remain mysterious. 

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Cracking Ancient Codes: Understanding Early Writing (Online Streaming)

Words / Online Events

Writing is perhaps the greatest invention in human history; it made history possible. It seems to have been invented in the late fourth millennium BC in Mesopotamia in the form of wedge-shaped marks pressed into soft clay with a reed stylus: the script known as cuneiform. Soon afterwards, ancient Egypt developed the hieroglyphic script, immortalised in the Rosetta Stone. But although cuneiform and hieroglyphic can today be read by scholars, many of the early inscriptions remain mysterious. 

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Rachel Podger & Christopher Glynn - Finding Beethoven

Classical / Beethoven 250

For her second concert in our Beethoven 250 series, peerless period violinist Rachel Podger and pianist Christopher Glynn embark on a journey through the composer’s forebears towards his vivacious first violin sonata. Beethoven revelled in

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The Guilty Feminist (Online Streaming)

Comedy / The Guilty Feminist

‘Simply hilarious’ The Skinny ‘Very funny… pure guilt-free pleasure.’ Guardian Join comedian Deborah Frances-White for her comedy podcast, recorded in front of a live audience. Each episode, Deborah and her guests discuss their noble goals as 21st century

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The Guilty Feminist

Comedy / The Guilty Feminist

‘Simply hilarious’ The Skinny ‘Very funny… pure guilt-free pleasure.’ Guardian Join comedian Deborah Frances-White for her comedy podcast, recorded in front of a live audience. Each episode, Deborah and her guests discuss their noble goals as 21st century

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Rush-Hour Lates with Brodsky Quartet: Beethoven Op. 130

Classical / Beethoven 250

In this special anniversary series, the acclaimed Brodsky Quartet perform Beethoven’s late string quartets. The cycle closes with his Op. 130, the penultimate and most radical of the last quartets.

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London Sinfonietta - more, more, more

Contemporary / Nature Unwrapped

Commissioned as part of a unique project in London Sinfonietta’s 50th Anniversary Season, Matthew Herbert’s more, more, more is his response to photographer Andreas Gursky’s photograph of a landfill site in Chimalhuacán, Mexico City.

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Aurora Orchestra with Louis Schwizgebel

Classical / Mozart’s Piano

Aurora Orchestra returns to live performance at Kings Place with a special series of intimate chamber concerts. Join us in Hall One or watch the performance live online, and celebrate Aurora’s long-awaited return to live music.

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Aurora Orchestra with Louis Schwizgebel - Online Event

Classical / Mozart’s Piano

Aurora Orchestra returns to live performance at Kings Place with a special series of intimate chamber concerts. Join us in Hall One or watch the performance live online, and celebrate Aurora’s long-awaited return to live

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NYX: electronic drone choir

Contemporary / Luminate

We are pleased to be able to open our doors again and offer you performances in a safe environment. Click here to view some essential safety information about your visit. Following the release of their

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Dinosaur

Jazz / EFG London Jazz Festival 2020

Mercury-nominated jazz quartet Dinosaur are celebrating a decade of music-making as a band this year, with the release of their critically acclaimed 3rd album To The Earth released on Edition Records in May which they will finally present live in

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The Ratline: On the Trail of a Nazi Fugitive (Online Streaming)

Words / Online Events

Philippe Sands, award-winning author of the bestselling East West Street, discusses his remarkable new book in conversation with Elif Shafak. The Ratline is the story of Otto von Wächter who, as the Nazi Governor of Galicia, presided over

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The Ratline: On the Trail of a Nazi Fugitive

Words at Kings Place

Philippe Sands, award-winning author of the bestselling East West Street, discusses his remarkable new book in conversation with Elif Shafak. The Ratline is the story of Otto von Wächter who, as the Nazi Governor of Galicia, presided over a

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Dinosaur (Online Streaming)

Jazz / EFG London Jazz Festival 2020

Mercury-nominated jazz quartet Dinosaur are celebrating a decade of music-making as a band this year, with the release of their critically acclaimed 3rd album To The Earth released on Edition Records in May which they will finally present live in

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SooJin Suh & Kit Downes

Jazz / EFG London Jazz Festival 2020

An exciting and completely new collaboration between ECM artists SooJin Suh and Kit Downes closes K-Music Festival 2020 in partnership with the EFG London Jazz Festival

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Typewritten

Jazz / EFG London Jazz Festival 2020

Breaking from the high octane, distorted sounds of his bands Three Trapped Tigers, Strobes and Goldie’s live band, composer Matt Calvert showcases his entirely acoustic album Typewritten with a 9-piece ensemble.

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Jason Yarde’s ACOUTASTiC BOMBASTiC

Jazz / EFG London Jazz Festival 2020

ACOUTASTiC BOMBASTiC Is a large ensemble featuring some of the UK's finest multi-instrumentalists and musical mavericks. Helmed by composer, arranger, producer and Musical Director Jason Yarde it was born out of a childhood dream that saw a handful of musicians exploring in

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Jason Yarde’s ACOUTASTiC BOMBASTiC (Online Streaming)

Jazz / EFG London Jazz Festival 2020

ACOUTASTiC BOMBASTiC Is a large ensemble featuring some of the UK's finest multi-instrumentalists and musical mavericks. Helmed by composer, arranger, producer and Musical Director Jason Yarde it was born out of a childhood dream that saw a handful of musicians exploring in

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Yazz Ahmed (Online Streaming)

Jazz / EFG London Jazz Festival 2020

Through her music, British-Bahraini trumpet player, Yazz Ahmed, seeks to blur the lines between jazz and electronic sound design, bringing together the sounds of her mixed heritage in what has been described as ‘psychedelic Arab jazz, intoxicating and compelling’.

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Yazz Ahmed

Jazz / EFG London Jazz Festival 2020

Through her music, British-Bahraini trumpet player, Yazz Ahmed, seeks to blur the lines between jazz and electronic sound design, bringing together the sounds of her mixed heritage in what has been described as ‘psychedelic Arab jazz, intoxicating

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