Twin composers Litha and Effy Efthymiou return to Kings Place to present a double bill: music from the Old Hispanic Liturgy and an exploration of the relationship between early Western art music and Miles Davis.
Portuguese maverick fadista Claudia Aurora returns to London, with her new album, Mulher do Norte (Woman of the North) – a homage to her city Porto, her heritage and the way of living that made her the woman she is today.
Gundula Gruen, with her ensemble Tatcho Drom and dancer Linda Cremin, presents her latest project, Macedonian Inspirations. Tatcho Drom, one of the UK’s leading exponents of Romany Gypsy music, has a broad repertoire including traditional
Guitarist and composer Gerardo Nuñez is recognised as one of the world’s biggest stars of Flamenco and his wife Carmen Cortés is one of Spain’s most distinguished dancers and choreographers. They have collaborated on many productions and tonight’s show is one of incredible intensity, passion and profound authenticity.
Margarita is a classical guitarist who excels by her extraordinary sensitivity and subtlety, while Paco Seco fuses the clear, crisp notes of the classical guitar with the instinctive passion and agility of the Flamenco guitar.
London International Arts Festival 2018 presents Nordic Raga, a collaboration between Swedish Folk Music and South Indian classical music Nordic Raga experiments with bringing more improvisation into Nordic folk music.