Storyteller Emily Hennessey and sitar player Sheema Mukherjee take you on a white-knuckled tuk-tuk ride through sun-kissed palaces and fiend-infested forests.
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Young refugees from an award-winning poetry programme perform their own spoken word over orchestral backing tracks written in collaboration with composer Toby Young.
The Grammy-winning all-female vocal ensemble are famed for bringing a contemporary twist to traditional music, performing modern arrangements of traditional Bulgarian folk melodies.
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Grammy-nominated Cuban vocal sextet Vocal Sampling are infamous for infusing the world’s best-loved music with their undeniable Cuban stamp.
Joanna MacGregor is one of today’s most invigorating of all high-profile musicians. Her remarkable programme brings together Beethoven with three outstanding female composers.
Storyteller Jan Blake and drummer John Predare take us on an inspiring tale – The Birth of Sundiata Keita –from its origins in 13th-century Africa to the conflicts in our own time where its telling has been forbidden.
Africa’s first female griot kora virtuoso Sona Jobarteh returns to Kings Place, demonstrating her elegant and intricate musicianship.
Coming from three different continents – Europe, Africa and South America – Antonio Forcione, Seckou Keita and Adriano Adewale create a refreshingly original international fusion.
The celebrated Portuguese fado singer Gisela João performs soulful songs from her second album Nua.