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2018 K-Music Festival

2018 K-Music Festival

K-Music is back this autumn with a stunning programme of music from Korea, reflecting the country’s ancient traditional culture and its highly innovative and dynamic music scene – one that draws on the past, explores the borders of tradition and modernity and intertwines old and new. K-Music 2018 is part of the Korea/UK 2017-18 season, […]

KCC House Concert with Elpis Trio

KCC House Concert with Elpis Trio

Sohyun Park Piano Sirius Chau Flute Hugo Lau Clarinet Programme Shostakovich Four Waltzes for Piano Trio I. Spring Waltz – Allegretto II. Waltz Scherzo – Allegretto scherzan-do III. Waltz – Tempo di valse IV. Waltz Charmaine – Allegretto Schmitt Sonatine En Trio I. Assez animé II. Assez vif III. Très lent IV. Animé Blake Piano […]

KCC House Concert

KCC House Concert

Yoonseo Sally Lee currently studies with Radu Blidar at the Royal College of Music in London, where she has been awarded an annual scholarship and sponsorship from the Bowerman Charitable Trust. She was born in South Korea and began to play the violin when she was four years old. She was accepted to the ‘Seoul […]

Tokyo Fugue – contemporary physical theatre from Japan

Tokyo Fugue – contemporary physical theatre from Japan

Tokyo Fugue is a mesmerising piece of physical theatre set in the maze-like train system of Tokyo. The scenes unfold like the variations of a fugue, in sequences of meticulously crafted movement. With three bodies, three chairs, a collage of English and Japanese text, a lullaby, a fugue and some train sounds, it conjures up […]

Full of Noises presents: Tomoko Sauvage and ASUNA

Full of Noises presents: Tomoko Sauvage and ASUNA

Tomoko Sauvage is an artist and musician whose work investigates the sculpturalrity of sound and improvisation in relation to the environment. Sauvage is known for her musical/visual research into ‘natural synthesisers’ of her own invention, composed of diverse fluid, bowls, ceramic, light and underwater amplification. For Yo No Bi, Tomoko will present the UK premiere […]

The Women of Ishikawa

The Women of Ishikawa

Be drawn into the faraway world of The Women of Ishikawa. It is a selection of strange, hilarious, and tragic folk stories from the mountains of Ishikawa, brought over from Japan and performed by Doubtful Sound. The show is in a mix of Kaga-ben (the local dialect) and English, and the stories are sprinkled with […]

Masayuki Tayama – Piano Recital hosted by Markson Pianos

Masayuki Tayama – Piano Recital hosted by Markson Pianos

Masayuki Tayama, one of today’s most accomplished pianists, is much in demand across Europe and Japan. He first came to prominence when he won First Prize in the Takahiro Sonoda International Piano Competition in Japan, followed by numerous top prizes in Europe, including the Birmingham International Piano Competition. Tayama studied at the Toho University of […]

KCC House Concert with Resonanz Duo

KCC House Concert with Resonanz Duo

The Resonanz Duo aim to explore the different sound worlds of flute and marimba, always seeking new ways to contrast and combine the two instruments. Their repertoire spans from the baroque to the contemporary, and they aim to continually expand the possibilities for this unusual ensemble. Laura Davies (flute) and Hyungi Lee (marimba) are both […]

London United Korean Fan Club

London United Japanese Fan Club