Join Scottish Ensemble, acclaimed for their creative projects, and Jasdeep as they bring together traditions of Indian and Western classical music, transporting you through layers of mesmerising melody.
On the opening weekend of the Scotland Unwrapped, artist Julie Brook will give a visual presentation exploring how she makes and shares large-scale sculptural works in response to each specific environment using materials found on site.
Join comedian Deborah Frances-White for her comedy podcast. Each episode, Deborah and her guests discuss their noble goals as 21st century feminists and the paradoxes and insecurities which undermine them. The podcast has become a phenomenon with over 50 million downloads.
Award-winning Australian soprano Danielle de Niese makes her Kings Place debut in Master Series, with pianist Matthew Fletcher. Join them for some treasured vocal repertoire, from classical and opera gems, to Broadway musical favourites, with a few standards from Hollywood’s Golden Age in between.
The Hamamatsu International Piano Competition presents a celebratory evening of chamber music from current competition winner Can Çakmur and Chairperson Noriko Ogawa, plus special guests, to mark the launch of the 2024 Competition.
In the first Bach, the Universe & Everything of 2024, as the days begin to grow longer we look to the sun with leading science communicator and solar expert Professor Lucie Green.
Kings Place welcomes Hedera to the Future Folk series, a new Bristol-based quintet of instrumentalists brought together by a desire to lean into the slower and more delicate side of European folk traditions. Support comes from Tamsin Elliott, a multi-instrumentalist, composer and film-maker.
Part of our Burns Night celebrations, we welcome Band of Burns, a unique collaboration of folk artists conceived by Alastair Caplin and Dila Vardar, who come together to celebrate the life, works & philosophies of Scottish poet Robert Burns.
Scotland is enjoying a poetic renaissance with a new generation of poets including Michael Pedersen, Hannah Lavery & William Letford, interested in multiples, in complexity, in identity, whose words words you can witness in this special evening.
Drawing inspiration from the mountain wilderness on the Isle of Skye, Chisholm’s new album 'Black Cuillin' brings statuesque landscapes of sound together with pieces of exquisite and delicate beauty. The music of 'Black Cuillin' is richly evocative and is truly the music of the high mountains, the music of the skies and the stars.