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A London Walk: Musical Marylebone & Mayfair

Words at Kings Place

There’s music to be found just beyond the cacophony of brash Oxford Street. Tucked away to both the north and the south of London’s famous shopping street we can find scenes from the lives – and deaths – of the great composers as well as the ghosts of concert halls past.

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A London Walk: A Royal Flourish – Music in The Old Palace Quarter

Words at Kings Place

What does English history sound like? Join us for a musical march through the old royal quarter… 

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Chilingirian Quartet

Classical / London Chamber Music Society

Janáček’s haunting miniatures present a range of intimate thoughts and feelings through nature imagery. This is balanced with a more ebullient piece from Haydn, his popular Sunrise Quartet from the Op. 76 set.

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World Meditation Day Concert

Contemporary at Kings Place

To honour World Meditation Day (21 May), this performance opens with a guided meditation with leading London-based yoga teacher Tania Brown to help you tune into an immersive sequence by pianist Christina McMaster and violinist Lana Trotovšek.

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Yulia Chaplina and Thomas Gould: Behind the Iron Curtain

Classical at Kings Place

Versatile violinist Thomas Gould joins forces with ‘quintessentially Russian’ pianist Yulia Chaplina for a programme that dives into the music of Prokofiev, Shostakovich and Weinberg, written at the height of the Soviet Empire.

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Rautio Piano Trio

Classical / London Chamber Music Society

The Rautio Trio – Jane Gordon (violin), Victoria Simonsen (cello), Jan Rautio (piano) – give the world premiere of the new Piano Trio by Brian Elias, This is followed by Schubert’s ever-popular second trio in E-flat, in turns majestic and searingly beautiful.

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Rautio Piano Trio (Online Streaming Event)

Classical / London Chamber Music Society

The Rautio Trio – Jane Gordon (violin), Victoria Simonsen (cello), Jan Rautio (piano) – give the world premiere of the new Piano Trio by Brian Elias, This is followed by Schubert’s ever-popular second trio in E-flat, in turns majestic and searingly beautiful.

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Nordic Reflections: The Carice Singers

Classical at Kings Place

Under their director George Parris, The Carice Singers are becoming well-known for superb performances and imaginative programmes. Here they focus on two world-famous contemporaries, Elgar and Sibelius.

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Nordic Reflections: The Carice Singers (Online Streaming Event)

Classical / Online Events

Under their director George Parris, The Carice Singers are becoming well-known for superb performances and imaginative programmes. Here they focus on two world-famous contemporaries, Elgar and Sibelius.

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Mark Padmore with London Sinfonietta: Voices of The Living

Contemporary at Kings Place

“I began with the desire to speak with the dead.” Stephen Greenblatt A world premiere by Luke Bedford, performed by acclaimed tenor Mark Padmore. The London Sinfonietta once again joins forces with acclaimed tenor Mark

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Riot Ensemble: Solstices

Contemporary at Kings Place

Immerse yourself in total darkness for a performance of GF Haas’s Solstices, an epic sensory experience of tuning, listening and beauty, played by Riot Ensemble musicians from memory, until its miraculous illuminated coda.

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Jacqui Dankworth with Brodsky Quartet

Jazz at Kings Place

Jazz singer Jacqui Dankworth and the Brodsky Quartet first met nearly twenty years ago when they collaborated on a hugely successful song-writing project for Secondary School children nationwide, on behalf of the Contemporary Music Network. Since then they have relished opportunities to come together in a break from their usual performing schedules, growing their repertoire to make up this richly diverse set of songs from folk to rock, new works and of course the jazz classics for which Jacqui is so well known. Songs from Brodsky friends Elvis Costello, Sting, Diana Krall and Bjork sit beside new creations by Harvey Brough, Charlie Wood, John and Alec Dankworth as well as Jacqui herself, folk song settings by Britten and big tunes from Nelson Riddle, in colourful arrangements by the performers and their friends. A smorgasbord of moods and flavours.  

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A London Walk: A Royal Flourish – Music in The Old Palace Quarter

Words at Kings Place

What does English history sound like? Join us for a musical march through the old royal quarter… 

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A London Walk: Musical Marylebone & Mayfair

Words at Kings Place

There’s music to be found just beyond the cacophony of brash Oxford Street. Tucked away to both the north and the south of London’s famous shopping street we can find scenes from the lives – and deaths – of the great composers as well as the ghosts of concert halls past.

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Chiaroscuro Quartet

Classical at Kings Place

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. ‘Immaculate and spirited...The playing is intense and

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Manchester Collective - Reich: Double Sextet

Contemporary at Kings Place

Manchester Collective’s latest show interrogates the darker side of the American dream, evoking the intrigue and momentum of New York City’s sleepless nights and crowded streets. Steve Reich’s signature throbbing masterpieces bookend the programme and set

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Aurora Orchestra with Allan Clayton

Classical at Kings Place

Aurora Orchestra welcomes soloists Allan Clayton and Pip Eastop for a performance of one of the greatest achievements of 20th-century British music: Benjamin Britten’s Serenade for Tenor, Horn and Strings. 

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Handel’s London Altos

Classical at Kings Place

London Unwrapped Artist in Residence countertenor Iestyn Davies, famous on both sides of the Atlantic for his role in Farinelli and the King, sings a feast of Handel’s London altos.

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Rachel Podger Solo Bach (Online Streaming Event)

Classical / The Return of Bach Weekend

Doyenne of the baroque violin, Rachel Podger opens our annual Bach Weekend with a sparkling recital for solo violin. She combines two of the composer’s most famous solo works, the poignant Sonata in A minor and the monumental D minor Partita, with his life-affirming third suite for cello. Her recent recording of the solo cello suites challenged convention but was greeted with general acclaim, described in BBC Music Magazine as ‘A spellbinding set that is arguably Podger's finest recorded achievement to date.’

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Rachel Podger Solo Bach

Classical / The Return of Bach Weekend

Doyenne of the baroque violin, Rachel Podger opens our annual Bach Weekend with a sparkling recital for solo violin. She combines two of the composer’s most famous solo works, the poignant Sonata in A minor

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The Goldberg Variations

Classical / The Return of Bach Weekend

Renowned harpsichordist Steven Devine performs the Goldberg Variations, Bach’s universally popular set of variations on a short aria, often regarded as the most serious and ambitious composition ever written for harpsichord.

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Bach B Minor Mass

Classical / The Return of Bach Weekend

From the opening primal scream of the Kyrie to the gentle blessing of the Benedictus, the Mass in B minor has an almost operatic intensity. Bach completed the final version of his greatest choral masterpiece shortly before

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The ‘London Bach’

Classical / The Return of Bach Weekend

When Carl Friedrich Abel met JC Bach in 1764, it was the beginning of a hugely productive collaboration and a true friendship.

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The Sixteen: Choral Pilgrimage 2021

Classical at Kings Place

This year’s Choral Pilgrimage tour focuses on Rome, a city which has inspired countless pilgrimages, and where each of the four composers in this year’s programme (Josquin, Felice Anerio, Allegri and Victoria) created some of their finest work.

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