london listings

27/06/2017–28/06/2017 Oxford House Chapel, Bethnal Green a certain kind of light: Juliet Fraser performs Miller, Buckley, Cully & Dunn INFO
30/06/2017 St Mary at Hill, City of London music we’d like to hear presents: MANY & ONE (music by Epstein, Feely, Harder, S. Hughes, Iddon, Kondo & Wolff; performed by Seth Josel and ensemble we’d like to hear) INFO
30/06/2017–01/07/2017 Sadler’s Wells, Islington nicht schlafen by Alain Platel, Steven Prengels & les ballets C de la B INFO
06/07/2017 St John at Hackney Church Thirty Three Thirty Three present: Apartment House performing Cage’s Concert for Piano and Orchestra and Wolff’s RESISTANCE INFO
07/07/2017 St Mary at Hill, City of London music we’d like to hear presents: UN(PREDICTABLE) (music by T. Johnson, Lucier, Newland & Nishikaze; performed by Apartment House) INFO
07/07/2017 Barbican Centre BBC Singers perform Eric Whitacre and contemporaries INFO
07/07/2017–09/07/2017 Southbank Centre PRSF New Music Biennial 2017: programme incl. new commissions and curated 21st-century works from UK composers (various performers) INFO
12/07/2017 The Victoria, Dalston Nonclassical presents: Liam Byrne (viola da gamba) & The Hermes Experiment (programme curated by Freya Waley-Cohen) INFO
12/07/2017–15/07/2017 The Print Room, Notting Hill Hearing Voices by Jocelyn Pook (with Melanie Pappenheim) INFO
14/07/2017 St Mary at Hill, City of London music we’d like to hear presents: WAVES (music by W. Zimmermann & J. McGuire; performed by Aisha Orazbayeva, Mark Knoop & Roderick Chadwick) INFO
20/07/2017 St Andrew Holborn SOLO presents: James McVinnie, organ (programme incl. Bach, de Grigny, M. Monk, Glass & Groves) INFO
24/07/2017–12/08/2017 King’s Cross Tête à Tête Festival 2017 INFO
12/09/2017 St Martin in the Fields, Charing Cross Ensemble x.y INFO
13/10/2017–15/10/2017 Union Chapel, Islington Organ Reframed: James McVinnie & London Contemporary Orchestra, plus Low, Tim Hecker, Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, Phil Niblock and others INFO

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