The London African Gospel Choir's motto is 'Lighting Up The World With A Song' and this workshop will shine that light even brighter. Learn one of the songs from the choir’s repertoire, with the harmonies and movements that resonate so beautifully in African choral singing.
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.
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Maya Youssef is hailed as ‘queen of the qanun,’ the 78-stringed Middle Eastern plucked zither. Maya’s intense and thoughtful music is rooted in the Arabic classical tradition but forges pathways into jazz, Western classical and flamenco styles.
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A captivating celebration of the beauty and value of the human voice, performed by people with lived experience of voice loss alongside renowned singers including Lucy Crowe, Roderick Williams, Hugh Cutting and Alice Zawadzki.
We are delighted to present a UK exclusive from one of the leading lights in experimental music today, Eartheater. She will perform pieces from her latest album 'Phoenix: Flames Are Dew Upon My Skin' with The Phoenix Ensemble, a group of classical instrumentalists led by Manchester Collective’s Rakhi Singh, who have come together especially for this show. She is joined by groundbreaking electronic producer/composer Vessel, and Rakhi Singh, both of whom are also performing with ensemble. Expect something very special.
Manchester Collective joins forces with soprano Ruby Hughes in Britten’s Les Illuminations, music by Barbara Strozzi and new settings of Alice Oswald’s poetry by acclaimed composer Edmund Finnis.
Brooklyn-born and based experimentalist and multi-instrumentalist Taja Cheek, aka L’Rain, is mapping the enormity of how to change. Her forthcoming second album, Fatigue, demands introspection from ready ears with an array of keyboards, synths, and hauntingly delicate vocals that create a genre entirely her own.
Feel the river as a ferryman takes a mother across its churning waters in search of her lost son - but all she finds is a ghost child. Poignancy and comedy meet in the Japanese and British Sign Languages of Deaf performers, who are played like musical instruments by a mysterious masked percussionist.
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.