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- Website www.kingsplace.co.uk
Music and visual arts venue, home to the London Sinfonietta and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. Also home to The Guardian.
The building is located 150 metres from King’s Cross/St Pancras train stations.
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Mentored by none other than Quincy Jones, the prodigiously talented young Cuban pianist is rapidly amassing international plaudits, reflected in his standout performance as a special guest on the BBC Proms tribute to Quincy Jones in August 2016. His expansive style combines a breath-taking technique with a tirelessly…
Alfredo Rodriguez Trio
LA-based Cuban jazz pianist and his rhythm section.
Anna & Elizabeth + Eli West
An outstanding double bill of sensational US artists and kindred spirits, with fresh and radical takes on old time traditions: Anna & Elizabeth + Eli West. Having created a huge buzz of excitement with their summer 2016 touring, Anna & Elizabeth is the collaborative project of Elizabeth Laprelle, one of the…
Aurora Orchestra With Imogen Cooper
Nicholas Collon conducts Schumann's Six Canonic Studies, Mozart's Piano Concerto No 9 In E Flat, Jeunehomme and Beethoven's Symphony No 2 In D, with pianist Imogen Cooper.
Calan: 'solomon' Album Tour
Fiddles, guitar, accordion, bagpipes and step dancing explode into life when Calan, the energetic young folk band from Wales, take to the stage. They breathe fire into the old traditions with their infectious rhythms and high voltage routines before melting into some of the most beautiful and haunting songs as they…
Cellophony: ‘Merry England’
The group performs Vaughan Williams's Fantasia On A Theme Of Thomas Tallis, Elgar's 'Nimrod' From Enigma Variations, Gordon Jacob's Cello Octet and Richard Birchall's The Wind In The Willows.
Having distilled his own signature sound of blues and folk for 50 years, Chris Smither is truly an American original. Chris continues to draw deeply from the blues, American folk music, modern poets and philosophers. From his early days as the New Orleans transplant in the Boston folk scene, through his wilderness years…
Daoiri Farrell & The Damien O’Kane Trio
A double headliner featuring the Northern Irish folk musician and folk pop ensemble.
Double Bill: Damien O'kane Trio + Daoirí Farrell
Damien O'Kane is a Northern Irish musician of many talents. He is a singer with a relaxed, assured, hypnotic vocal style that exudes a natural warmth and empathy with the colourful characters who occupy his songs. Added to his accomplished banjo and guitar skills, he is an artist of rich imagination and fearless…
Elliot Galvin Trio
The composer and pianist leads his multi-award winning jazz trio.
The four-pieces embraces a fugal theme with JS Bach's Three Contrapuncti from The Art Of Fugue, the premiere of Alan Mills's Rococo Variations & Fugue on a theme of CPE Bach, excerpts from Glazunov's Novelleten, and Schubert's String Quartet In D Minor 'Death & The Maiden'.
Gautier Capucon & Frank Braley: Colours Of A New Century
The cellist and piano duo will perform Debussy's Cello Sonata, Britten's Cello Sonata In C, Faure's Apres Un Reve, No 1 and Elegie, Martinu's Variations On A Slovak Theme and Beethoven's Cello Sonata No 1 In F, No 1.
Wed 15 Mar
£9.50–£59.50 / 020 7520 1490
Global Pillage is a new comedy panel show podcast all about idiom, culture, customs and norms. What do the Japanese mean when they accuse someone of 'having a cat on their head'? What do your friends make you do if you're unmarried by 30 in Germany? What did the acronym NORWICH mean (the equivalent of sexting jargon…
The Grahams: Uk Tour
8pm Film: The Grahams Rattle The Hocks 8.30pm Interval (20 min) 8.50pm The Grahams Husband-and-wife duo Alyssa and Doug Graham have spent nearly their entire lives exploring music together, marrying their love of adventure with a desire to craft songs inspired by their musical predecessors. 'Alyssa and Doug…
The Guilty Feminist
Join comedian Deborah Frances-White and a guest host for a comedy podcast recorded in front of a live audience.
Mon 13 Mar
£9.50–£16.50 / 020 7520 1490
Join comedian Deborah Frances-White and a guest host for a comedy podcast recorded in front of a live audience, to discuss topics all 21st century feminists agree on while confessing the insecurities, hypocrisies and fears underlying their lofty principles. Guests Sarah Pascoe and Clemence Poesy.
Kian Soltani With VOCES8 And Hugo Ticciati: Svyati
The ensemble performs Josquin's Ave Maria, Part's Nunc Dimittis, Peteris Vasks's Plainscapes For Violin, Cello And Mixed Choir and The Book, Alexander Levine's Magnus Es, Domine From St Augustine Prayers, Jean Mouton's Nesciens Mater and Tavener's Svyati For Chorus A Cappella And Cello.
Fri 31 Mar
£9.50–£49.50 / 020 7520 1490
Kieran Hodgson: Maestro
The two-time Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee spins a humorous yarn about falling in love.
Contemporary folk from the South Africa-born singer-songwriter who is now based in Brighton. Support from Emma Gatrill.
Kristin Mcclement + Emma Gatrill
Kristin and Emma will be accompanying each other during their performances alongside a stellar cast of musicians: Kristin McClement vocals, classical & electric guitar Emma Gatrill vocals, harp, synth, clarinet Martha Rose violin, vocals Jools Owen drums, harmonium, trumpet, vocals Marcus Hamblett bass…
Lankum (Lynched) are a four-piece traditional folk group from Dublin, Ireland, who combine distinctive four-part vocal harmonies with arrangements of uilleann pipes, concertina, Russian accordion, fiddle and guitar. Their repertoire spans humorous Dublin music-hall ditties and street-songs, classic ballads from the…
London Sinfonietta - Ligeti: Altered Time
The orchestra performs Poeme Symphonique For 100 Metronomes, Artikulation (For Tape) and 10 Pieces For Wind Quintet And Melodien. Includes talk.
Lullaby Too Rough
TS Eliot award-winning poet Sarah Howe and composer-pianist Prach Boondiskulchok collaborate on an evening of lullabies and lyrics exploring Eastern roots and Western journeys, which includes the Linos Piano Trio performing bluesy, tango classical settings of Howe's Loop Of Jade collection.
Narek Hakhnazaryan & Oxana Schevchenko: Russian Soul
The cellist and pianist pairing performs Tchaikovsky's Nocturne, No 4 and Pezzo Capriccioso, Khachaturian's Lullaby, Arutiunian's Impromptu, Khudoyan's Sonata No 1 For Solo Cello, Giovanni Sollima's Lamentatio and Rachmaninov's Cello Sonata In G Minor.
Sat 11 Mar
£9.50–£49.50 / 020 7520 1490
Nocturne: The Romantic Life Of Frederic Chopin
Henry Goodman and Harriet Walter narrate the turbulent relationship between Chopin and controversial literary figure George Sand, interspersed with pianist Lucy Parham performing some of the composer's most loved and poignant pieces.
NYJO, BuJazzO & NJJO: Three Nations Under One Groove
The National Youth Jazz Orchestra join forces with its German and Dutch counterparts for a performance of contemporary big band jazz.
Thu 30 Mar
£9.50–£16.50 / 020 7520 1490
Philippe Graffin, Lise Berthaud & Marie Hallynck With Denis Pascal
Violinist Philippe Graffin, violist Lise Berthaud and cellist Marie Hallynck play Beethoven's String Trio In C Minor No 3, Dohnanyi's Serenade In C For String Trio and Brahms's Piano Quartet In C Minor featuring soloist Denis Pascal.
Sun 26 Mar
£14.50–£29.50 (£9.50) / 020 7520 1490
Pieter Wispelwey & Paolo Giacometti: The Lied Transformed
The cellist and pianist perform Schubert's Sonata In A Minor, Arpeggione and Introduction And Variations On 'Trockne Blumen', plus Brahms's Cello Sonata No 1 In E Minor and Cello Sonata No 2 In F.
Fri 24 Mar
£9.50–£49.50 / 020 7520 1490
Poetry And Jazz In Concert
An evening of jazz, blues, poetry and classic melodies featuring Jacqui Dankworth, Jeremy Robson, Charlie Wood, Oli Hayhurst and Art Themen.
Quercus: June Tabor, Iain Ballamy & Huw Warren
June Tabor voice Iain Ballamy soprano & tenor saxophones Huw Warren piano Three of the UK's most celebrated folk and jazz musicians come together to create mesmerising, lyrical chamber music. Quercus brings together three of the UK's most creative, multi-award-winning musicians to create exquisite chamber…
Legendary Scottish singer-songwriter with a career spanning over 20 albums.
Ruby Hughes & Friends: Heroines Of Love And Loss
The soprano celebrates International Women's Day with a programme of rare arias by 17th century female composers with those featuring tragic heroines. Lute and theorbo player Jonas Nordberg and cellist Mime Yamahiro-Brinkmann join Hughes for compositions by Purcell, Vivaldi, Barbara Strozzi, Claudia Sessa, Francesca…
Schubert Ensemble: Quintets By Shostakovich & Korngold
The group performs Shostakovich's Piano Quintet In G Minor and Korngold's Piano Quintet In E.
Thu 16 Mar
£9.50–£34.50 / 020 7520 1490
She'Koyokh is London's award-winning klezmer ensemble performing Ashkenazi Jewish, Eastern European, Balkan and Turkish folk music with fresh, dynamic energy.
The Sixteen: Choral Pilgrimage
The acclaimed choir performs the works of Palestrina and Poulenc, which explores the themes of conflict and atonement. Conducted by Harry Christophers.
The group performs Piazzolla's Le Grand Tango, Ginastera's Pampeana No 2 and Stravinsky's Tango, plus works by Satie, Kagel and Marcelo Nisinman with improvisations.
Trio Mediaeval & Arve Henriksen: Rimur
Anna Maria Friman, Linn Andrea Fuglseth and Berit Opheim are joined by trumpeter Arve Henriksen to perform traditional Icelandic and Norwegian love songs, religious hymns and psalms and fiddle tunes.
Trio Van Beethoven
The award-winning Viennese piano trio performs three classics of the repertoire including works by Haydn, Beethoven and Dvorak.