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Friday 1 March 2019:
Laura Jurd’s Dinosaur & Friends Friday 1 March 2019

Fri 1 Mar 2019, 19:30 - Kings Place, London
Curated by trumpet player/composer Laura Jurd, Stepping Back, Jumping In is a celebration of new sounds featuring world-class improvisers and contemporary music-makers from Norway and the UK, resulting in a superbly dynamic, 14-piece ensemble. With her Mercury-nominated band Dinosaur at the core, Jurd invites contemporary string specialists, the Ligeti Quartet; acclaimed Norwegian tuba + electroni

Wednesday 13 March 2019:
Lume: Entropi and Sloth Racket Wednesday 13 March 2019

Wed 13 Mar 2019, 20:00 - Kings Place, London
’s third studio album A Glorious Monster is out on the Luminous label.
'Lurching between riff and
... . Placing a high importance on improvisation, Dee Byrne’s compositions allow breathing space for depth of

Thursday 14 March 2019:
Kungsbacka Trio Thursday 14 March 2019

Thu 14 Mar 2019, 19:30 - Kings Place, London
The fêted Swedish-based Kungsbacka Trio return to Kings Place with two great works by Clara and

Friday 15 March 2019:
The Shee Big Band Friday 15 March 2019

Fri 15 Mar 2019, 19:30 - Kings Place, London
The Shee bring Electro-harp, accordion, fiddles, flute, mandolin and three powerful voices together with a range of individual musical influences to produce an adventurous brew of Folk, Gaelic and American music.  Previous nominees of Best Live Act at the MG Alba Scots Trad Awards, the band include among their ranks the BBC Radio Folk Award Musician of the Year 2017, Rachel Newton. They have recor

Saturday 16 March 2019:
She Moved Through The Fair: The Legend of Margaret Barry Saturday 16 March 2019

Sat 16 Mar 2019, 19:30 - Kings Place, London
Norma Waterson likened her to Bessie Smith, Billie Holiday and Edith Piaf; Bob Dylan said she was his favourite folk singer; and Van Morrison called her 'a real soul singer’...Margaret Barry was extraordinary. Born in Cork on January 1, 1917 she left home at 16 with nothing but a bicycle and a banjo tied to her back with string as she set off to busk her way through the harsh streets of Ireland. W

Sunday 17 March 2019:
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment - Hunting for Aliens Sunday 17 March 2019

Sun 17 Mar 2019, 11:30 - Kings Place, London
inquiring and curious minds; a place to bond with music lovers and revel in the wonders of science

Kathryn Tickell & The Darkening Sunday 17 March 2019

Sun 17 Mar 2019, 19:30 - Kings Place, London
Kathryn Tickell is widely acclaimed as the world’s foremost exponent of the Northumbrian pipes. She is a composer, performer, educator and successful recording artist whose work is deeply rooted in the landscape and people of Northumbria. Kathryn’s extraordinary career began with learning tunes from old shepherd friends and family, and evolved to traverse genres from jazz and world music to large-
Alessandro Vena Sunday 17 March 2019

Sun 17 Mar 2019, 18:30 - Kings Place, London
A prolific recording artist on the Sheva label, Italian pianist Alessandro Vena makes his UK debut with a programme including favourite works for solo piano, among them Chopin Nocturnes and Études, two of Rachmaninov’s Études-Tableaux , Debussy’s Pour le piano , Franck and the Bach-Busoni Chorale Prelude on 'Ich ruf zu dir’.


Sunday 24 March 2019:
Dante Quartet Sunday 24 March 2019

Sun 24 Mar 2019, 18:30 - Kings Place, London
Haydn’s witty, urbane Quartet in G from his Op. 33 set, nicknamed How Do You Do after its opening musical gesture, begins the Dante Quartet’s varied programme. It’s followed by an altogether more serious work, the third quartet by Herbert Howells, written in the early 1920s and permeated with the memory of war. Beethoven’s Second Razumovsky Quartet, with its extraordinary Russian-themed Scherzo, r

Wednesday 27 March 2019:
Andrei Ioni?? and Naoko Sonoda Wednesday 27 March 2019

Wed 27 Mar 2019, 19:30 - Kings Place, London
Leokadiya Kashperova was an acclaimed pianist and composer whose career and reputation were swallowed up by the 1917 Revolution. In this special programme, Romanian cellist and BBC New Generation Artist Andrei Ioni?? gives the UK premiere of her glorious First Cello Sonata, and restores her music to its context, balanced between Russian Romanticism and Stravinsky’s neo-classical world.
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