An Artistic Associate of Kings Place since 2018, Glasgow’s internationally-renowned Cryptic celebrates their 30th birthday with a spectacular selection of audiovisual delights.
Shovel Dance Collective are simultaneously traditional and experimental; seeing folk music, not as an archaeological artifact to be unearthed, but as a living communal activity. They bring together nine musicians, linked by a communal passion
'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.
Join shape-shifting Swedish singer, instrumentalist and composer Sarah Assbring, widely known as El Perro Del Mar, when she makes a highly anticipated return with upcoming album Big Anonymous. Her music, renowned for its intricate layers and profound depth, has garnered widespread acclaim and adoration.
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.
A unique opportunity to form Karine Polwart and Pippa Murphy’s 'The Dark Matter Choir', and take part in a weekend of workshops, as part of Karine’s Sing to the Dark Weekend as Artist in Residence at Kings Place.
Celebrated folk musicians Rachel Newton and Lauren MacColl pay a humanising tribute to victims of the 16th and 17th Century Scottish Witch Trials, while also exploring historical beliefs in the supernatural and modern-day parallels in our society.
Inspired by seasonal traditions, Scottish songwriter and storyteller, Karine Polwart, journeys into and out of darkness via some of the best-loved songs of her 25-year career, as well as new music, story and immersive sound, crafted in collaboration with sound designer and composer Pippa Murphy.