Acclaimed pianist and composer Sarah Nicolls' new project 12 Years was inspired by the 2018 report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, giving us 12 years to take drastic action on emissions.
Due to popular demand, we are delighted to welcome Laurie Anderson for a second performance of her solo show, All the Things I Lost in the Flood, where Anderson employs spoken word, video, live music and electronics to explore the power and perils of language and storytelling.
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Alexandra Stréliski is hardly a conventional pianist. One of the rare women in the neoclassical world, she hails from a classical background yet is free-spirited, creating music fills the listeners’ minds with rich, cinematic images.
Voice of the Whale performed under blue light by anonymous, masked musicians, on instruments that are amplified and modified. This is music from another dimension, an undersea world which audiences will experience on stage, together with our players.
The first of two performances from LA-based indie singer-songwriter and ambient artist, Emily A Sprague. This show features Sprague under her Florist moniker, performing her third album, Emily Alone, a fragile, arresting record that exudes beauty in its simplicity – a true standout of 2019.
The clashing otherworldly harmonies of Bulgarian singing are one of the musical glories of Europe. In this special performance, the London Bulgarian Choir presents songs from their latest album Songs of Forbidden Love.
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.