The young Sheku Kanneh-Mason is a cellist of enormous charisma and heart-stopping musicality. When we invited him to perform in our Master Series he chose to bring along his siblings and friends for an evening of chamber music.
In this special anniversary series of Beethoven's 250th birthday, the acclaimed Brodsky Quartet perform two of the composer’s late string quartets, lovingly set up with a musical interlude.
Acclaimed composer & clarinettist Mark Simpson is an Artist in Focus at Kings Place in 2021. Here he is joined by Leonard Elschenbroich (cello) and Richard Uttley (piano) for clarinet trios by Beethoven and Brahms. In between, we hear Simpson’s own, highly atmospheric Echoes & Embers.
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The Gesualdo Six present a luminous sequence of some of the finest vocal consort works from renaissance and contemporary composers. Taking inspiration from the darkness and shadows of Holy Week Tenebrae services, the programme explores
The Barbican Quartet, an acclaimed and exciting young ensemble, are winners of several prizes including first prize at the 2019 Joseph Joachim International Chamber Music Competition. Their programme juxtaposes works from three different periods, and
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
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.
The five-strong string band VOŁOSI are one of the undiscovered treasures of Polish traditional music. Combining two classical and three folk musicians, they create a distinctive sound with a dramatic stage presence.
Two much-loved classical masterpieces, a contemporary interpretation of Noh by dance duo Thick & Tight, plus the UK premiere of a work composed by Yukihiro Isso, which celebrates the awe-inspiring power of nature.
Renowned harpsichordist Steven Devine performs the Goldberg, Bach’s universally popular set of variations on a short aria, often regarded as the most serious and ambitious composition ever written for harpsichord.