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Guide to Kings Place

Address90 York Way
Greater London
N1 9AG
Reino Unido
ContainsConcert Bar / Foyer
Hall One
Hall Two
Limehouse Room
St Pancras Room
Google maps51° 32' 4.736" N 0° 7' 19.697" W
Helen Wallace © Nick White

Unwrapping nature in the new season at Kings Place

Helen Wallace, Programme Director at Kings Place, discusses the rationale for its new Unwrapped season which lifts the lid on the natural world and immerses the listener to new ways of listening.

Kings Place is a welcoming arts venue presenting an adventurous and critically-acclaimed programme. Music and words are the heart and soul of our vision.

Every year we curate a series of festivals to engage a breadth of different communities. We are a place where many audiences belong, a place where people connect with their passion and no-one is lost in the crowd.

By opening our doors, people and creativity can flourish. We provide stages for artists, space for local communities, share our home with partners, and offer audiences unforgettable, shared experiences.

We are Kings Place, the cultural pulse of King's Cross.

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LondresRush-Hour Lates with Brodsky Quartet: Beethoven Opp. 135 & 133

© Sarah Cresswe
Beethoven, Mendelssohn
Brodsky Quartet

LondresBBC Singers with Abel Selaocoe: The Canticle of the Sun

BBC Singers with Abel Selaocoe: The Canticle of the Sun
Gretchaninov, Gubaidulina
Abel Selaocoe; BBC Singers

LondresThe Sixteen - The Earth Resounds

The Sixteen - The Earth Resounds
des Prez, Brumel, de Lassus
The Sixteen

LondresVOCES8 – The Passing of the Year

© Kauko Kikkas
Gibbons, Davies, Dove, Monteverdi, Sibelius, Paulus, Rusby
Voces8; Jonathan Dove
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Västerås Sinfonietta unleashes nature and embraces joy at Kings Place

Västerås Sinfonietta © Jonas Bilberg
An uplifting performance by the Swedish orchestra takes us on a journey from the Isle of Staffa to Bohemian forests via the Carpathian Mountains in the venue's Nature Unwrapped season. 

Radiant Tabakova and breezy Beethoven from Aurora Orchestra

Alexandra Wood and Sébastien Van Kuijk play Tabakova's Dawn © Nick Rutter
A month into the year-long "Nature Unwrapped" programme at Kings Place, it was the turn of its resident Aurora Orchestra to contribute to the series.

Lise de la Salle's superb Bach the highlight of a varied recital

Lise de la Salle © Stéphane Gallois
The French pianist's approach may be uncomplicated, but crisp articulation, interesting dynamics and a fine sense of shifting moods enliven a recital full of variety.

Catherine wheels of fire and energy from Aurora Orchestra and Collon

Ronald Brautigam © Marco Borggreve
Nicholas Collon decides that Mendelssohn is really a very revolutionary composer, while Amy Dickson's saxophone and Ronald Brautigam in Mozart provide vibrant contrasts.