Friday 1 November 2019:
Fri 1 Nov 2019, 19:30 - Kings Place, LondonThe National Youth Jazz Orchestra is a glittering showcase for the UK’s finest young professional jazz musicians, combining a hard-swinging rhythm section and hugely talented soloists to bring you the very best in big-band jazz. Tonight they will be joined by special guest trumpeter Yazz Ahmed.
Tonight’s programme will celebrate female contributions to jazz through history; as instrumentalists
Sunday 3 November 2019:
Friday 8 November 2019:
Fri 8 Nov 2019, 19:30 - Kings Place, LondonRenowned violinist, educator and cultural leader Midori has been inspiring audiences with her graceful artistry for more than 30 years.
A passionate advocate of the new, Midori brings to Venus Unwrapped her unique sequence of works by living female composers, including the Azerbaijani Ali-Zadeh’s evocative Sabil Hayagi and the exquisite rhapsody that is Vivian Fung’s Birdsong .
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Saturday 9 November 2019:
Monday 25 November 2019:
Mon 25 Nov 2019, 20:00 - Kings Place, LondonDarragh Morgan presents his exquisite trio programme which contrasts Rebecca Clarke with her admired contemporary, Maurice Ravel:
'I met Judith Weir some 20 years ago in the west of Ireland on a summer school. I remember being enchanted by her conversation that first evening and have continued to be enchanted by her and her Piano Trio Two ever since - it never loses its otherworldly beauty. W
Thursday 28 November 2019:
Thu 28 Nov 2019, 19:30 - Kings Place, LondonThe world-renowned Sacconi Quartet champions two of today’s leading female composers, performing the world premiere of a new string quartet by Judith Bingham, alongside Helen Grime’s String Quartet from 2014. They round off their programme with Rachmaninov’s sensuous Romance and Schubert’s dramatic and ever-popular Death and the Maiden .
Friday 29 November 2019:
Fri 29 Nov 2019, 19:30 - Kings Place, LondonHarry Christophers writes of this evocative programme in honour of St Cecilia, the patron saint of music:
I am delighted that we have the opportunity to feature in the same programme many composers whose works we have premiered over the past few years, Ruth Byrchmore, Alissa Firsova, Roxanna Panufnik, Margaret Rizza and our very own Kim Porter. Two settings of poems to the patron saint of musi
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