Join Scottish Ensemble, acclaimed for their creative projects, and Jasdeep as they bring together traditions of Indian and Western classical music, transporting you through layers of mesmerising melody.
Award-winning Australian soprano Danielle de Niese makes her Kings Place debut in Master Series, with pianist Matthew Fletcher. Join them for some treasured vocal repertoire, from classical and opera gems, to Broadway musical favourites, with a few standards from Hollywood’s Golden Age in between.
The Hamamatsu International Piano Competition presents a celebratory evening of chamber music from current competition winner Can Çakmur and Chairperson Noriko Ogawa, plus special guests, to mark the launch of the 2024 Competition.
In the first Bach, the Universe & Everything of 2024, as the days begin to grow longer we look to the sun with leading science communicator and solar expert Professor Lucie Green.
In the third edition of our hugely popular hour-long series, we welcome our new Resident Quartet, the Piatti, to perform Dvorak’s last three quartets and his piano quintet, lovingly set up with musical preludes.
The Ruisi Quartet is celebrated both for deeply engaging performances of early repertoire and for its bold commissions. In this concert the Ruisi, founded by British/Sicilian brothers Alessandro and Max, contextualise the music of Oliver
Bach’s Jesus nahm zu sich die Zwölfe, BWV 22 may have been his audition piece in Leipzig. Aptly for our series, it speaks of the need for faith in the face of a journey into the unknown.
Two outstanding pianists take us on a fascinating journey of musical connections. A sonata for two pianos by Mozart begins, and then a musical theme by his great friend Haydn, via Brahms’s famous variations.
The Maxwell Quartet make their Kings Place debut as part of the venue’s Scotland Unwrapped series, presenting ‘Worksongs’, a project exploring the traditional music of their homeland of Scotland alongside works from the classical canon.