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We invite you to step over the Kings Place threshold to experience a bespoke performance with violinst Elena Urioste and pianist Tom Poster.
Have you missed the tingle of a live performance? Experience bespoke one-to-one performances by leading musicians in a safe environment. Individuals or groups of up to six people can share their personal lockdown story or mood with one of the guest artists who will prescribe a piece of music or a literary response.
Musical Jukebox is the self-isolation brainchild of Elena Urioste and Tom Poster. A way to keep their minds sharp, fingers busy, and community smiling during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown, each day they posted a new performance, inspired by suggestions from social media friends and followers. Repertoire has so far ranged from Messiaen, Bach, Fauré and Clara Schumann to Poster’s own arrangements of 1980s pop songs, Stephen Sondheim and nursery rhymes. The project has also led to a series of composer commissions, the first of which was premiered in April, Mark Simpson’s An Essay of Love.
Tickets are free but donations welcome to help support our programme and artists.
Families, and multiple members of households or bubbles can join one booking, up to 6 people.