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Wednesday 1 May 2019:
Baltic Crossing Wednesday 1 May 2019

Wed 1 May 2019, 20:00 - Kings Place, London
Baltic Crossing combine their affinity for old dance music and respect for each other’s rich musical traditions to bring a new, youthful energy to the folk music of Europe. With award-winning members hailing from the UK, Finland and Denmark, Baltic Crossing bring you fiery Scandinavian fiddles, bubbling Northumbrian pipes and a driving guitar and double-bass rhythm section.


Thursday 2 May 2019:
Nikki Yeoh and Zoe Rahman Thursday 2 May 2019

Thu 2 May 2019, 20:00 - Kings Place, London
Kings Place than to share their talents across two Steinway concert grand pianos? This evening’s concert

Friday 3 May 2019:
Roomful of Teeth Friday 3 May 2019

Fri 3 May 2019, 19:30 - Kings Place, London
Roomful of Teeth is a GRAMMY-winning vocal project dedicated to reimagining the expressive potential of the human voice. Through study with masters from vocal traditions the world over, the eight-voice ensemble continually expands its vocabulary of singing techniques and, through an ongoing commissioning process, forges a new repertoire without borders. In this programme for Venus Unwrapped, they

Sunday 5 May 2019:
Red Priest Sunday 5 May 2019

Sun 5 May 2019, 18:30 - Kings Place, London
After their recent foray into gypsy music with the Baroque Bohemians project, Red Priest return to their roots with a programme of Baroque classics, arranged and performed with the quartet’s trademark energy, virtuosity and a touch of Baroque-style madness.


Thursday 9 May 2019:
Ligeti Quartet - Consciousness Thursday 9 May 2019

Thu 9 May 2019, 19:30 - Kings Place, London
What does the brain sound like? Neuroscientist and composer Cliff Kerr explores what happens when performers become composers by translating their brain activity in real time into musical scores. Leveraging recent advances in non-invasive EEG hardware and time series analysis methods information is extracted from the brain. This world premiere is surrounded by pieces which make use of some of the

Friday 10 May 2019:
Cara Dillon Friday 10 May 2019

Fri 10 May 2019, 20:00 - Kings Place, London
Ireland’s truly great singers.’ The Guardian
'Loved ever single album you’ve put out...sublime

Saturday 11 May 2019:
Tabea Zimmermann plays Clarke Saturday 11 May 2019

Sat 11 May 2019, 19:30 - Kings Place, London
In this concert, one of the world’s greatest violists, Tabea Zimmermann, honours a fellow violist, 'the glorious Rebecca Clarke’ in the words of Arthur Rubinstein. When Clarke anonymously entered her ravishing viola sonata into the Berkshire Chamber Music competition in 1919 few could believe a young woman capable of such assurance and expressive mastery. Zimmermann and highly regarded pianist Dén
Peggy Seeger: Songs My Mother Taught Me Saturday 11 May 2019

Sat 11 May 2019, 20:00 - Kings Place, London
Peggy Seeger stands at the nexus of two musical dynasties: her mother was an avant garde composer and folk-song arranger of rare talent, Ruth Crawford Seeger. Both her brother, Pete, and husband, Ewan McColl, were legends of the folk revival in their respective countries. Peggy has lived an extraordinarily rich life as a musician, songwriter and activist, with 23 solo albums to her name. In this s

Sunday 12 May 2019:
John Doyle Sunday 12 May 2019

Sun 12 May 2019, 20:00 - Kings Place, London
John Doyle’s signature guitar sound, singing and songwriting has inspired many of the most notable performers in Irish music. His wicked sense of rhythm and the seemingly endless stream of magic in his playing, composing, performing and producing have established him as one of the most versatile and prolific voices in folk and traditional Irish music
'Doyle on guitar has risen to a level occup
Rautio Piano Trio with Robin Ashwell Sunday 12 May 2019

Sun 12 May 2019, 18:30 - Kings Place, London
The Rautio Piano Trio’s concert of 19th-century German masterworks begins with Beethoven’s famous Ghost Trio and closes with Brahms’s G minor Piano Quartet and its exuberant Hungarian-inspired Finale. In between comes a work by Ferdinand Hiller, a pupil of Hummel and a prolific compose who knew many of the famous German musicians of his age




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