London Syrian Ensemble is a stunning collective of eight musicians and graduates from Syria’s renowned Damascus Conservatoire. Led by composer and Ney soloist Louai Alhenawi, this show marks the return of their acclaimed project ‘Sounds of Syria’ to London’s Kings Place.
Kings Place & Supersonic Festival presents Jerusalem In My Heart (JIMH) is an immersive audio-visual perfrormance project, with Lebanese-Canadian producer/musician Radwan Ghazi and Montréal-based filmamker Erin Weisgerber at its core.
what the dog said to the harvest is a new collaboration between poet + writer lisa luxx and composer jasmin kent rodgman. A hybrid performance-installation drawing on opera, dance, spoken word, binaural sound and archive + documentary film.
We are excited to present an evening of film and live music, featuring two of the most exciting collectives from the burgeoning UK folk scene today, Broadside Hacks and Shovel Dance Collective.
Visionary singer and music maker Xenia Rubinos dips in and out of genre and structure to create movingly powerful songs with her signature sound. Xenia’s powerhouse vocals are at the centre of her music which grows from a wide range of influences from R&B to Hip-Hop to jazz all delivered with a soulful punk aura.
Since its founding in 2001, Pegasus choir has built up a reputation as one of London’s most versatile and exciting chamber choirs. Under its director, Matthew Altham, the ensemble has developed an extensive repertoire embracing sacred and secular music from the Renaissance to the present day.
A captivating night from Riot Ensemble, who begin with voices in the gallery and descend to the stage for David del Tredici’s ground-breaking Szygy and a world premiere from Naomi Pinnock. This concert opens at
VOCES8 and star violinist Jack Liebeck come together with strings for this special concert on the theme of birds and landscape, featuring music by Ola Gjeilo, Samuel Barber, Vaughan Williams and many more.
After many years recording and performing with a string of musical talents including Amy Winehouse, Kano, Gabriels, Joy Crookes and MF DOOM, London-based composer and producer Sam Beste embarked on his debut solo adventures as The Vernon Spring in 2021.
Kings Place welcomes Grammy award-winning songwriter and musician Aoife O'Donovan, for a special performance of her third solo album, Age of Apathy, a record produced by Joe Henry with album guest performances by Allison Russell and Madison Cunningham