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Thursday 10 October 2019:
London Adventist Chorale: Still I Rise Thursday 10 October 2019

Thu 10 Oct 2019, 19:30 - Kings Place, London
The output of African-American female composers has been hitherto unexplored. Their music has a distinct voice, drawing heavily on the experiences of their history, this large repertory of compositions and arrangements are intense in their emotion and colour.
Combining a cappella and accompanied choral music, and solo song, this unique programme from Ken Burton and the London Adventist Chorale

Friday 18 October 2019:
O/Modernt Chamber Orchestra with Evelyn Glennie Friday 18 October 2019

Fri 18 Oct 2019, 19:30 - Kings Place, London
Hugo Ticciati and his Sweden-based chamber orchestra O/Modernt present two works reflecting on motherhood, alongside solo compositions written and performed by world-renowned percussionist Evelyn Glennie. Schoenberg’s wondrous early Verklärte Nacht, based on a poem by Richard Dehmel, wordlessly resolves the crisis of a pregnant woman into a paen to the transformative power of love. Lera Auerbach’s

Saturday 19 October 2019:
Juice Vocal Ensemble: Voices of Venus Saturday 19 October 2019

Sat 19 Oct 2019, 20:00 - Kings Place, London
Experimental vocal trio Juice Vocal Ensemble present a programme combining voice with electronics, found sounds and percussion, inspired by leftfield pop, theatre and new classical music. Featuring three new commissions from pioneering composer-vocalist-artists: Gazelle Twin, Hanna Tuulikki and Olivia Louvel.

Thursday 24 October 2019:
Natalie Clein Thursday 24 October 2019

Thu 24 Oct 2019, 19:30 - Kings Place, London
Natalie Clein presents the darkly opulent Cello Sonata of gifted Dutch composer Henriëtte Bosmans, in a captivating programme of cello and song with Julius Drake and Ruby Hughes. The bolt of exotic colour that is Debussy’s late Cello Sonata is prefaced with his dew-fresh, dream-like Chansons de Bilitis . Schumann’s visionary late piano pieces plumb profound emotional depths. All three musicians co

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