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Monday 3 and Monday 1 July 2019:
Gong Babies Monday 3 and Monday 1 July 2019

Southbank Centre, London
willingness to take off your shoes, sit on the floor with baby in lap and have fun.
In 1987, Southbank
... Centre was privileged to receive a beautiful Javanese percussion orchestra called gamelan. This was a

Monday 1 July 2019:
Les Années Folles: A Concert for Two Pianos Monday 1 July 2019

Mon 1 Jul 2019, 19:45 - Southbank Centre, London
classical music Les Années Folles: A Concert for Two Pianos Part of Classical Season 2018/19 Hear pianists Marcela Roggeri and François Chaplin recreate the spirit of 1920s Paris with a concert of works including Ravel, Satie and Gershwin.
'Les années folles’ (the crazy years) refers to the 1920s in France, when Paris became a thriving symbol of the avant-garde and was home to such iconic figu
LPO Debut Sounds: Terra Firma Monday 1 July 2019

Mon 1 Jul 2019, 19:30 - Southbank Centre, London
classical music contemporary classical LPO Debut Sounds: Terra Firma Part of Classical Season 2018/19 The spotlight´s on talented young musicians and composers, handpicked by the London Philharmonic Orchestra, who explore cantus firmus chant through the centuries.
Join us as the sacred and secular, choral and instrumental, and old and new all find common ground.
Featuring young artists fro

Tuesday 2 July 2019:
Andrew Gourlay Conducts The Planets Tuesday 2 July 2019

Tue 2 Jul 2019, 19:30 - Southbank Centre, London
classical music Andrew Gourlay Conducts The Planets Part of Classical Season 2018/19 Delve into the mysteries of the solar system with Holst’s iconic suite, presented alongside a magnificent piano concerto by Rachmaninov.
The Royal College of Music Symphony Orchestra performs here under the baton of Andrew Gourlay, described as 'One to Watch’ by Gramophone magazine.
Victor Maslov joins the

Wednesday 3 July 2019:
Maps Wednesday 3 July 2019

Wed 3 Jul 2019, 19:45 - Southbank Centre, London
gigs electronic Maps Immerse yourself in the impressionistic music of Mercury Prize-nominated artist Maps, aka James Chapman, performing from his new album.
The expansive ambition of Chapman’s fourth studio album, Colours. Reflect. Time. Loss. , sees him return to the live arena after a period focusing on production and studio work. This is a rare opportunity to experience Maps’ new work perfo

Thursday 4 July 2019:
Tarang Thursday 4 July 2019

Thu 4 Jul 2019, 19:45 - Southbank Centre, London
classical music gigs Tarang Part of Classical Season 2018/19 From the roots of Indian classical music come rich, soulful original works, performed by a collective of top musicians.
Tarang’s singers, instrumentalists and percussionists present a distinctive blend of classical contemporary music with an array of global influences, including popular tracks from 2017 album Undone .
Since its

Friday 5 July 2019:
Shimmering Forms Friday 5 July 2019

Fri 5 Jul 2019, 22:00 - Southbank Centre, London
happening across Southbank Centre, Barnes has programmed a night that dives into contemporary music´s most
Friday Lunch: Khyam Allami Friday 5 July 2019

Fri 5 Jul 2019, 13:00 - Southbank Centre, London
> Allami is a PRSF New Music Biennial composer. He presents a new commission at Southbank Centre, the
... is open all weekend, with a special performance on Saturday 6 July at 5.30pm.
Trespassing Friday 5 July 2019

Fri 5 Jul 2019, 21:00 - Southbank Centre, London
classical music contemporary classical Trespassing Part of New Music Biennial What will music become in our rapidly changing cities? A new commission created by Merseyside’s Forest Swords and Immix Ensemble investigates.
In Trespassing , electronic producer and artist Forest Swords, aka Matthew Barnes, develops a speculative future landscape based on conversations with experts in the fields of
Osanle Friday 5 July 2019

Fri 5 Jul 2019, 20:00 - Southbank Centre, London
classical music contemporary classical Osanle Part of New Music Biennial Boys encounter ballet for the first time in a new 15-minute drama with dance by South London-based musician Klein, featuring original music.
What does the iconography of ballet look like through the eyes of three teenage boys?
Consider dance and lineage alongside a cast with no prior experience of ballet or dance perf



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