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Sam Carter

Folk / ‘Under 30s’ Tickets

Sam Carter, a Midlands-born guitarist and songwriter who has earned a reputation for vivid, heartfelt songwriting and captivating live performances, makes a welcome return to Kings Place.

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Fauré 100: Fin de siècle

Classical / London Piano Festival

We celebrate 100 years since the death of French composer Gabriel Fauré, as we evoke the intimate setting of a 19th century Parisian salon where piano music always played a central role. We hear a selection of Fauré favourites alongside his contemporaries Mel Bonis & Cecile Chaminade.

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Twenty Two Nocturnes

Classical / London Piano Festival

'22 pieces inspired by Chopin’s 22 Nocturnes', published by EVC Music in 2023, is a creative project supporting the idea by the young prize-winning pianist and Guildhall School of Music & Drama student Rose McLachlan.

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Armstrong meets Wollny

Classical / London Piano Festival

Two world-class pianists come together for a very special collaboration at London Piano Festival: Kit Armstrong and Michael Wollny.

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Pre- Concert Talk: Messiaen’s Vingt Regards sur l’enfant Jésus

Classical / London Piano Festival

Ahead of Reinis Zariņš recital in Hall One, in this pre- concert talk, Stephen will reveal the background to Messiaen’s ground-breaking ‘Vingt Regards sur l’enfant Jesus’ revealing the world into which this towering masterpiece first appeared.

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Messiaen: Vingt Regards sur l’enfant Jésus

Classical / London Piano Festival

Latvian pianist Reinis Zariņš takes on Messiaen’s epic cycle 'Vingt regards sur l’enfant Jesus' as part of London Piano Festival.

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Susan Tomes: Women and the Piano

Classical / London Piano Festival

Susan Tomes's new book 'Women and the Piano: A History in 50 Lives', shines a light on some of the hidden biographies of female pianists over the past two centuries. We hear a fascinating selection of their compositions, demonstrating a wide range of music from virtuosic to humorous and from soulful to light-hearted.

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Chilingirian Quartet with Andrew Marriner

Classical / London Chamber Music Society

The Chilingirian Quartet perform two classical masterworks: Mozart’s beautiful E-flat quartet, and with Andrew Marriner, the ever-popular Clarinet Quintet by Johannes Brahms.

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Steve Richards presents Rock 'n' Roll Politics

Words / Rock ‘n’ Roll Politics

Political commentator and broadcaster, Steve Richards, presents the latest behind-the-scenes guide to the epic dramas and the characters shaping seismic events. How have we got here? What’s going to happen next? Are there any answers to these questions? Come along and find out.

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Steve Richards presents Rock 'n' Roll Politics (Online Streaming)

Words / Rock ‘n’ Roll Politics

Political commentator and broadcaster, Steve Richards, presents the latest behind-the-scenes guide to the epic dramas and the characters shaping seismic events. How have we got here? What’s going to happen next? Are there any answers to these questions? Come along and find out.

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Piatti Quartet: Glass and Company

Classical / Soundbites

Minimalist pioneer Philip Glass begins our 60-minute journey of meditative to rhythmic and energising music by living composers. Hear a London premiere by British composer Joseph Phibbs, World premiere arrangements of songs by Grace Evangeline and Lucy Walker, as well as the celebrated American composers Caroline Shaw and John Adams.

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The Young’Uns: The Ballad of Johnny Longstaff

Folk / ‘Under 30s’ Tickets

The Ballad of Johnny Longstaff, presented by folk trio The Young’Uns, is the true story of one man's journey from unemployment, through the Hunger Marches of the 1930s, the mass trespass movement and the Battle of Cable Street, to fighting fascism in the Spanish Civil War. A touching and often hilarious musical adventure, its themes of war, poverty and displacement have a powerful resonance almost a hundred years on. 

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The Marian Consort

Classical / Scotland Unwrapped

The award-winning voices of The Marian Consort present a programme of sumptuous Renaissance polyphony from some of Scotland’s few surviving sixteenth-century manuscripts.

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Kinnaris Quintet

Folk / Scotland Unwrapped

Based in Glasgow, MG Alba Trad Music Awards 2018 & 2022 Folk Band of the Year Kinnaris Quintet take influences of traditional Scottish, Irish, Bluegrass, Classical, Scandinavian and Appalachian music, creating technically dazzling and evocative arrangements. Expect uplifting and driving harmonies, intricate arrangements, and joy in abundance.

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Black Lives in Music presents: Classically Black Symposium Day & Evening Performances (Full Day Pass)

Classical / Black Lives in Music presents Classically Black

Get ready to experience ‘Classically Black’, a full-day and night event that includes thought-provoking discussions, celebrations of the contributions of black classical musicians past and present, breath-taking music from celebrated Black British composers, and the opportunity to discover the classical stars of the future. Purchase your Day Pass now for this fantastic event.

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Black Lives in Music presents: Classically Black Symposium (Half Day Pass)

Classical / Black Lives in Music presents Classically Black

Buy a half-day pass to the 'Classically Black' symposium day, which aims to stimulate the mind and engage the musical senses. This event is designed to encourage discussions, celebrate the contributions of black classical musicians, provide a sneak peek at newly commissioned works by celebrated Black British composers, and introduce you to the emerging stars of the future.

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Spotlight Classical, in discussion – Representing Blackness on the Classical Music Stage

Classical / Black Lives in Music presents Classically Black

This is a fascinating discussion on representation in classical music and improving pathways to success.

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New works by leading Black composers: Julian Joseph, Jason Yarde and Pete Letanka

Classical / Black Lives in Music presents Classically Black

This is a collection of thrilling performances featuring the newly commissioned music from renowned composers Julian Joseph, Jason Yarde, and Pete Letanka.

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Emerging Talent Showcase

Classical / Black Lives in Music presents Classically Black

Talent is everywhere, but opportunity is not, and we want to change this. Join us for a series of performances by future stars of the UK Classic music scene.

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The Sound of Classically Black: Ayanna Witter-Johnson & Friends

Contemporary / Black Lives in Music presents Classically Black

An evening of two parts, singer-songwriter, cellist and composer Ayanna Witter-Johnson displays her multi-genre approach to music.

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Àrainn: Electroacoustic music from Scotland 

Contemporary / Scotland Unwrapped

Àrainn means ‘sound’ in Scots Gaelic, and this promises a captivating evening of spatialised performances of electroacoustic music, sound art and visuals from/of Scotland.

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Ensemble Hesperi

Classical / Scotland Unwrapped

Relive a musical evening in 18th century Edinburgh with the dazzling young Ensemble Hesperi and soprano Harriet Burns, where fashions combined the best of the Italian Baroque with the soaring melodies and dance rhythms of traditional Scottish music.

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Frankie Archer

Folk / Future Folk: Contemporary Sounds from Traditional Roots

Kings Place welcomes Frankie Archer to Future Folk, an artist who has exploded onto the electrofolk scene with music that transcends stereotypes using a combination of manipulated samples, synths, drum tracks and earthy Northumbrian fiddle and voice to capture her audience.

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Dunedin Consort & Hebrides Ensemble

Classical / Scotland Unwrapped

Two of Scotland’s award-winning ensembles join forces to present James MacMillan’s extraordinary setting – by turns intimate and dramatic – of the Resurrection story.

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