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First Round & Semi-Final of the Second EuroStrings Guitar Competition

Free / IGF Guitar Summit

The First Round & Semi-Final of one of the fiercest contested guitar competitions in the world.

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Jesse Flowers

Classical / IGF Guitar Summit

Award-winning classical guitarist Jesse Flowers performs music by Alberto Ginastera, Philip Houghton, Manuel Ponce and more.

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Double Bill: Nigel North and Goran Krivokapic

Classical / IGF Guitar Summit

A special double bill featuring guitar virtuoso Goran Krivokapic and the eminent Baroque lute player Nigel North.

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Double Bill: Marco Socías and VIDA Guitar Quartet

Classical / IGF Guitar Summit

This double bill concert marks the London debut of the outstanding Spanish guitarist Marco Socías and features a performance by the dynamic VIDA Guitar Quartet.

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Final of the Second EuroStrings Guitar Competition

Free / IGF Guitar Summit

Come and hear the very best emerging guitarists in the world! This is the final of the EuroStrings Guitar Competition, one of the most prestigious and fiercest contested guitar competitions.

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National Youth String Orchestra

Classical at Kings Place

The National Youth String Orchestra, one of the UK’s most prestigious training organisations for young string players up to the age of 21, returns to Kings Place.

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Elias Quartet

Classical / Venus Unwrapped

Sally Beamish was inspired to write Reed Stanzas by Elias Quartet’s Donald Grant. Her third quartet evokes windswept landscapes of Suffolk and Harris, threaded with the calls of a lapwing.

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Dear Marie Stopes

Classical / ‘Under 14s’ / ‘Under 30s’ Tickets

Marie Stopes published her controversial sex manual, Married Love, in 1918. A century on, this new chamber opera by Alex Mills is inspired by the emotionally-charged responses to Stopes’ book.

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Zoë Keating

Contemporary / Venus Unwrapped

Cellist and composer Zoë Keating is a one-woman orchestra, creating intricate, haunting and compelling music with a cello and a foot-controlled laptop.

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Zoë Keating

Contemporary / Venus Unwrapped

Cellist and composer Zoë Keating is a one-woman orchestra, creating intricate, haunting and compelling music with a cello and a foot-controlled laptop.

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Theatre of Voices

Contemporary / Venus Unwrapped

In this programme Paul Hillier and his acclaimed Theatre of Voices present some of the finest new vocal chamber music to come out of the Baltic States.

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Pre-Concert Talk: Ronald Brautigam and Amy Dickson with Nicholas Collon

Free / Mozart’s Piano

Legendary pianist Ronald Brautigam and award-winning saxophonist Amy Dickson in conversation with Nicholas Collon, Aurora Orchestra’s Principal Conductor.

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Aurora Orchestra with Ronald Brautigam and Amy Dickson

Classical / Aurora Orchestra

Aurora Orchestra travels to a land of soaring mountains and haunting myths, conjuring up the evocative drama of Scotland – from its folk music to its landscape – in the company of pianist Ronald Brautigam.

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The Lock In: Mozart in the Garden

Classical / Aurora Orchestra

A reimagining of Aurora Orchestra’s interactive children’s concert for grown-ups, where you’ll get to wander among the lavender, wiggle with worms and discover your inner child.

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Isata Kanneh-Mason and Ellinor D’Melon

Classical / Venus Unwrapped

Rising young talent Isata Kanneh-Mason makes her solo debut at Kings Place in this coffee concert focusing on Brahms and Clara Schumann. She is joined by young violinist Ellinor D’Melon.

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Ingrid Fliter plays Beethoven & Chopin

Classical / London Piano Festival

The dazzling Argentinian pianist Ingrid Fliter opens the 2019 London Piano Festival with an unmissable recital programme featuring works by Beethoven and Chopin.

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Charles Owen & Katya Apekisheva

Classical / London Piano Festival

The London Piano Festival’s Artistic Directors showcase their solo playing and special collaboration in a wide ranging programme featuring piano music inspired by Nature and Mankind.

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Christian Ihle Hadland

Classical / London Piano Festival

Christian Ihle Hadland has established himself as a true craftsman of the piano. He presents a programme centred around three of the best-loved of all pianist composers.

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Two-Piano Marathon with Katya Apekisheva, Charles Owen, Christian Ihle Hadland, Ingrid Fliter, Susan Tomes & Tim Horton

Classical / London Piano Festival

London Piano Festival once again celebrates the joys, challenges and sheer brilliance of music written for two pianos as six internationally acclaimed pianists team up in various pairings for an evening of enormous variety.

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I, Clara

Classical / Venus Unwrapped

Created to celebrate 200 years since Clara Wieck Schumann’s birth in 1819, I, Clara tells her extraordinary life story in her own words.

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Mathilde Milwidsky & Sam Haywood

Classical / Venus Unwrapped

Prize-winning duo Mathilde Milwidsky and Sam Haywood trace and explore the rich associations in Agnes Zimmermann’s work. 

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London Adventist Chorale: Still I Rise

Classical / Venus Unwrapped

Combining a cappella, accompanied choral music and solo song, this unique programme covers a diverse range of works from classical composition to spirituals and gospel.

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Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment – Mathematics and the Brain

Classical / Bach, the Universe & Everything

The science: Can mathematics explain the brain? Professor Alain Goriely definitely thinks it’s worth trying. The music: In this cantata, Bach imagines going to a wedding.

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Piatti Quartet & Emily Pailthorpe (oboe)

Classical / Venus Unwrapped

This concert illustrates Elizabeth Maconchy’s sensitivity for wind writing, as Emily Pailthorpe’s solo oboe joins the Piatti Quartet in a rare performance of the Oboe Quintet.

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