Mozart’s Piano begins with a look back to the composer’s musical forbears, and in particular to the profound effect which members of the Bach family had on his life and music.
This theatrical concert traces a path through George III’s reign with emphasis on the unravelling of the monarch’s mind in the latter part of his reign, depicted here by Maxwell Davies.
Aurora is thrilled to welcome Robert Levin, one of the great pianists and improvisers of our age, for a programme which explores youthful precocity, showmanship and the visceral impact of a newly-spun cadenza.
Join us for a pre-concert film screening of ‘In Search of Mozart’, narrated by Juliet Stevenson and with Mozart voiced by Samuel West.
Usher in the festive season with this joyful all-Mozart programme, featuring two of the UK’s finest young soloists and readings by Samuel West.
The incomparable Labèque sisters return to Kings Place for Mozart’s double piano concerto, as part of a programme also featuring Schubert’s best-loved symphony.
A programme of works rooted in Vienna, including Mahler’s epic symphonic song cycle Das Lied von der Erde.
Shai Wosner makes his Kings Place debut in a programme of breathtaking virtuosity including Ligeti’s Piano Concerto.