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.
As the city is brought into the concert hall, Southbank Sinfonia’s energetic musicians will be your guides for an orchestral tour of London’s most musical houses - and the scores that were created within.
Countertenor Iestyn Davies co-curates a special London Unwrapped programme which sparks a dialogue across four centuries of music and ideas. At its root are songs by the brightest stars in the musical firmament of Elizabethan
Kings Place Music Foundation is proud to be lead commissioner of a new clarinet quintet from Thomas Adès, and to present the world premiere, performed for its dedicatees, clarinettist Mark Simpson and the Diotima Quartet.
In this glittering programme, ‘The Immigrant’, Venezuelan pianist Gabriela Montero views early works of Rachmaninov, Stravinsky and Prokofiev, all of whom emigrated to America, through the prism of Charlie Chaplin’s legendary film.
Pianist Katya Apekisheva explores the world of late Schubert through her close affinity with the three Klavierstücke, D946, and Sonata in B flat, D960, revealing compelling facets of the Viennese composer by turns turbulent, obsessive, otherworldly and dance-like.
The Two Piano Gala forms the heart of the London Piano Festival where five internationally acclaimed pianists will team up in various formations to celebrate the joys, challenges and sheer brilliance of pianistic collaboration.
In this special lecture-recital, famous mathematician Marcus du Sautoy will explain how ideas of symmetry are at work throughout the variations. Like an audible Alhambra, Bach plays with different symmetrical ideas to create the 30 variations that make up the piece, here played by the pianist Charles Owen.
A programme featuring a collection of short and thrilling pieces of music written during the period of the second English civil war that draws parallels with our experience of restoration after Covid-19, and our determination to see the arts flourish once more.
In the second edition of the hugely popular Rush-hour Lates series, the Brodsky Quartet perform Schubert’s last three quartets and his quintet, lovingly set up with musical preludes.
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
The flamenco guitarist Dani de Morón is a leading performer of his generation, who has always worked alongside legendary flamenco performers: when he was in his 20s, he toured with Paco de Lucía as his second guitarist. He has
One of the most versatile guitarists on the concert platform today, Sean Shibe brings a fresh and innovative approach to the traditional classical guitar by experimenting with instruments and repertoire. Shibe returns to Kings Place as part of International Guitar Festival.
Please note, this ticket is for the Final of the London International Guitar Competition and Kevin Loh Concert – 2020 winner only. Tickets for The Big Night of the Guitar including this event are available
Kings Place welcomes the return of Ana Vidovic, an extraordinary talent with formidable gifts, taking her place amongst the elite musicians of the world today. She is known for her beautiful tone, precise technique, well-defined phrasing and thoughtful artistry and musicianship.