An unmissable concert given by Juan Martín, ‘the leading flamenco guitarist of his generation’ (The Guardian).
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Forward-thinking UK group Vula Viel continue their unique musical journey centred around the gyil (Ghanaian xylophone).
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‘Kabantu’ means ‘of the people’ – stemming from the South African philosophy of Ubuntu – ‘I am what I am because of who we all are’. This is autonomous music bridging countries and cultures.
After her sold-out Kings Place concert in 2018, Women of the World bring the award-winning Syrian qanun composer Maya Youssef and virtuoso guitarist Craig Ogden together in one unmissable concert.
Sample five traditional Korean operas in one night, performed by The Korea Pansori Preservation Association, bringing this beautiful, ancient art form to the modern audience.
Flamenco is widely seen as the most male dominated form of guitar playing, but things have been changing and there is now a wave of great female guitarists emerging.
Maurice Louca, an Egyptian musician and composer born in Cairo, is one of the most gifted, prolific and adventurous figures on Egypt’s thriving experimental arts scene today.
Making Tracks brings together emerging artists from around the world to showcase unique musical traditions, initiate new collaborations and contribute towards a global community of socially and environmentally-engaged musicians.
After selling out at the EFG London Jazz Festival in 2018, renowned Palestinian composer and pianist Faraj Suleiman returns to the capital to play an exclusive quintet show.
Internationally-acclaimed Cuban violinist Omar Puente is performing a very special show in honour of his wife, campaigner Debbie Purdy who died in 2014.
Brothers Shashikiran and Ganesh stormed the South Indian music world at the age of two as child prodigies and have gone on to become leading lights in Carnatic music.