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.
Encompassing a rare and virtuosic selection of the fiddle’s diverse Highland and island voices, with ensemble and solo-led sets both backed by powerhouse guitar and piano, the Blazin’ Fiddles pack all the power, passion and sensitivity of Scotland’s traditional music into a single show.
Join the brightest talents of a generation on a journey through nature in an evening of breathtaking beauty, featuring Max Richter’s Four Seasons Recomposed. Explore a world of music inspired by the forces of nature.
An Artistic Associate of Kings Place since 2018, Glasgow’s internationally-renowned Cryptic celebrates their 30th birthday with a spectacular selection of audiovisual delights.
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.
Having toured together since 1986 to packed concert halls all over the world, legendary Scottish folk duo Aly and Phil continue to charm audiences with their stunning music, and on-stage charisma that defies description.
Angeline Morrison is a folk singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist whose 2022 album ‘The Sorrow Songs: Folk Songs of Black British Experience’ (Topic Records) was voted No. 1 Folk Album of the year in The Guardian. She explores traditional song with a deep reverence, love and curiosity, a handmade sonic aesthetic and a feeling for the stories of ordinary human lives.
A debut live performance of Stuart MacRae’s acclaimed new Delphian Records album 'Earth, thy cold is keen', featuring mezzo soprano Lotte Betts-Dean and string duo Sequoia. Weaving together Scottish folk, medieval and modern influences with texts from the
We welcome Shovel Dance Collective for a traditional and experimental folk performance, with support from Haress, a collective rooted in British folk but breaking genre boundaries through improvisation, texture, and amplification.
'Double You' is the incredible debut album from Welsh harpist Catrin Finch and Ireland’s fiddle virtuoso Aoife Ní Bhriain, featuring an exquisite collection of new compositions that draw inspiration from various genres and the cultures of their home countries.
Songlines Encounters Festival welcomes Asmaa Hamzaoui, the foremost female ambassador of Gnawa music. With her group Bnat Timbouktou, she delivers a contagious brand of evangelistic desert blues.