In this special anniversary series, the acclaimed Brodsky Quartet perform Beethoven’s late string quartets. Fugue is central in the Quartet Op. 131, and is prefaced here with one of Bach’s own fugues.
The famous Allegri Quartet is joined by clarinetist Joseph Shiner in Mozart’s ever-popular Clarinet Quintet, Arthur Bliss’ beautiful Clarinet Quintet, and Beethoven’s stormy and dramatic F minor String Quartet.
Join us for the first Poetry London reading of the new decade! The launch of the Spring issue features live readings from Rishi Dastidar, Emily Hasler, Martha Kapos and Joe Dunthorne. Come along to hear some of the magazine’s most distinguished contributors reading their poems.
The incomparable pianist Belle Chen performs her new AV show, collaborating with designer Nick Robertson (Coldplay, Brian Eno) to transform the stage into shifting environments with realtime visual performer Mario Radev.
Using 19th century instruments that reflect Beethoven’s ideal, Rachel Podger and Christopher Glynn join forces to explore a sonata cycle that, more than any other, opens up new worlds of expression for violin and piano.
Dinosaur’s Elliot Galvin has released a solo piano album, recorded live in concert at the beautiful Fondation Louis Vuitton in Paris. Elliot will be performing a set of improvised solo piano music to launch the album at Kings Place.