Join composer and curator Daniel Kidane for his final Jerwood Composer+ event – an evening of contemporary music for voice and strings.
Whether a regular concert-goer or a curious listener, Kidane’s latest instalment offers a snapshot into today’s contemporary classical landscape, with music from (among others) Kerry Andrew, Kaija Saariaho and Orlando Gough, and performances by Juice Vocal Ensemble and LSO musicians.
Discover new music with the premiere of Kidane’s new work, a curious thread of fleeting movements, setting William Blake’s Proverbs of Hell for three female voices, violins and cello. Plus esteemed British composer and Kidane’s mentor throughout the scheme Julian Anderson shares his thoughts behind his early work Ring Dance.
Running time approximately 1 hour
LSO St Luke's
161 Old St
Nearby public transport
The closest London Underground station is Old Street.The nearest National Rail station is Old Street (for Great Northern services), with Liverpool Street, Farringdon, Blackfriars and City Thameslink all within walking distance. Bus services running to LSO St Luke's are 55, 243 (stop nearest to LSO St Luke's), 43, 76, 141, 205, 214, 271.
Car and bicycle parking
The nearest paid car parking is at the Barbican. There are occasionally disabled parking spaces available at the venue, but these must be booked in advance by calling LSO St Luke's on 020 7490 3939. The nearest TfL Bicycle Hire docking station is at Old Street tube station.