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London Piano Festival 2017 announced

“This piano day was altogether exemplary“

Sunday Times | October 2016

Charles Owen and Katya Apekisheva announce a Russian-themed programme for the second annual London Piano Festival, which runs from Thursday 5 to Sunday 8 October at Kings Place, London. 811 more words


Pre-production of 'Moment Frozen' successfully completed!

.. and here it is! The album is sounding amazing! Artwork to follow… but for now huge thanks to Peter Beckmann at Technologyworks Mastering, James Towler at Wincraft Studios and Alex Bonney for a great job mixing. 36 more words


Emily Barker at King's Place, 16 February 2017

On Thursday I went to Kings Place to see Emily Barker play with her new band and with her new songs. She’s spent time in Memphis and the Sam Phillips studio recording a new album, “Sweet Kind of Blue”, which is inspired by the sounds of that city: country, blues, soul. 704 more words


Emily Barker & Pete Roe

February 16, 2017
Kings Place, London

“It’s got a little bit of a soul and blues edge”
When you can slay an a capella like Emily Barker can, it would be a shame to start a show any other way in a venue with such pure acoustics. 497 more words


Mike Sani x Kings Place

Flying The Nest  

Mike’s journey begins on a South-East London council estate. He speaks fondly of his first friends, who were also residents of his estate. 2,699 more words

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Kings Place Podcast: Revolutions - Reactions

I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Ben Eshmade for a podcast about our upcoming Kings Place concert on 16 February. I talk about our programme of three new commissions, three new arrangements, and a new piece devised in collaboration with… 7 more words


Bach and Britten and other balms for Brexit, a Braggart and Bully

The inauguration of the new President of the United States – the last two of the B…s in the title above, in case you hadn’t figured that out – was for me, as for many, an abomination best avoided; I decided not to watch a single second of the ceremony. 966 more words