Journey through a wintery world in the company of Jimbo, the shy snow elephant, in our Far, Far Away storytelling concert for children (aged 0–5).
We perform Shostakovich’s meditation on life and death with celebrated soloists Elizabeth Atherton and Peter Rose.
We kick off our 2023 Kings Place season with a kaleidoscope of riotous colour, virtuosity, mischief and musical subterfuge, including Gershwin's romantic Ballet sequence from An American in Paris.
The much-loved children’s story The Wolf, the Duck and the Mouse by Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen becomes a musical adventure in this world premiere for families and children aged 4–8.
Aurora Orchestra and Nwando Ebizie invite you to step inside a Beethoven symphony at Printworks London.
Aurora pairs iconic works by Beethoven with a new piece from one of the most exciting voices in 21st-century music, Héloïse Werner.
Mason Bates’ multimedia concerto Philharmonia Fantastique: The Making of the Orchestra is a joyful introduction to classical music for ages 5 and over.
Join Aurora on a journey across America with regular collaborator, pianist Tom Poster.
Aurora perform a virtuosic American programme roaming from the mountains of Appalachia to the mean New York streets of West Side Story.
We welcome 2022/23 Kings Place Resident Artist Laura van der Heijden for a rich programme of contrasting musical architectures spanning two hundred years of sonic innovation.
We're joined by harpsichordist Kit Armstrong to combine ancient and modern sound worlds through the work of three contemporary composers who are fascinated with the music of the past.
Join us on an immersive and intimate musical journey through light and air.