Soundings from the Planet

Kings Place, Hall Two
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This event ended on Thursday 23rd of November 2023
Admission
£18 / £9 concession (students, universal credit, pension credit, disability allowance, job seekers allowance) / £8.50 under 30s
Venue Information
Kings Place
90 York Way , N1 9AG
Nearest Tube/Rail Stations
King's Cross St. Pancras 0.31 miles

Musicians and storytellers come together to consider the impact of climate change in an evocative programme of words and music.

NW Live Arts’ dynamic musicians explore the sounds of our planet – music of the air, sea, sky, forests and landscapes – in a programme of Bach, Bartok and Messiaen, free improvisation, new composition and music from West Africa and South Korea. Sharing the stage, creative storytellers from the local community join the musical conversation asking us to value our connections to nature and find a way to let the planet restore.

“I’m delighted that NW Live Arts has created a mission to actively create platforms where social themes and ideas can be delivered in engaging ways – directly into the hearts of communities by talented artists and musicians.”
Kuljit Bhamra MBE

“Just seen NW Live Arts …’Along the road’ beyond brilliant….the reason why we live in London!”
Paul – Audience member June 2023

Performers
Hyelim Kim taegum (Korean flute)
Colin Alexander cello
James Larter percussion
Suntou Susso kora
Tuulia Hero violin
Catharina Feyen double bass
Adaya Peled-Malka soprano
Will Bracken piano

And storytellers from the local community

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