Celebrated guitarist Xuefei Yang joins cellist Johannes Moser ‘one of the finest among the astonishing gallery of young virtuoso cellists’ (Gramophone) for Kings Place’s Master Series, in an intricate sequence of dance and song-based gems.
Bach’s glorious and virtuosic Bringet dem Herrn Ehre seines Namens BWV 148, is a call for kindness and generosity. Astronomer, writer and stargazer Stuart Clark will survey the future of our relationship with space and where it might take us.
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.
Catherine Manson’s serenely spacious readings of Bach’s great violin concerti have garnered a devoted following in recent times. She is accompanied here by the Feinstein Ensemble, and partnered by Miki Takahashi and Geoffrey Coates in
The Elmore Quartet are an award-winning young quartet based in Manchester and London, formed of members Xander Croft, Miles Ames, Inis Oírr Asano and Felix Hughes; previously winners of the Tunnell Trust Awards, they are Kirckman Concert Society Artists for 2023/2024.
The strings of the English Symphony Orchestra perform a selection of string orchestra classics – Dvořák’s beautiful Nocturne, Elgar’s famous Introduction and Allegro and Sibelius’s rarely heard three-movement suite Rakastava, from 1912. In between, they are
We welcome the Swedish string orchestra, Musica Vitae and director/cellist Robin Michael, to perform works of magnificent composers such as James Oswald, JS Bach, Lisa Robertson and two-ever popular works by Peter Maxwell Davies.
Join us for Louise McMonagle's (of Riot Ensemble) album launch Ancient Modernity, including works by Scottish composers from Ailie Robertson to Paul Maxwell Geddes, plus works for cello and electronics spatialised in soundscape from Caroline Shaw, Zoe Martlew & Anna Meredith.
Relive a musical evening in 18th century Edinburgh with the dazzling young Ensemble Hesperi and soprano Harriet Burns, where fashions combined the best of the Italian Baroque with the soaring melodies and dance rhythms of traditional Scottish music.
Join a duck and a mouse on an adventure inside a wolf, as Aurora and Scottish composer Martin Suckling bring Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen’s much-loved children’s story to musical life. “Early one morning a
Bringing together two Scottish musicians who are both embedded in tradition, Guest Curator and folk fiddler Aidan O’Rourke is joined by classical guitarist Sean Shibe as they strip back the conservative ritual around their respective genres.