The omnipresent guitarist Earl Slick, whose most recent project was David Bowie's The Next Day, discusses his new book.
2005 Meltdown curator Patti Smith returns to Southbank Centre for a very intimate evening of poetry and music.
Resident at Southbank Centre
Recital by an award-winner of the Martin Musical Scholarship Fund.
Join Marshall Marcus, CEO of the European Union Youth Orchestra and Chair of Sistema Europe, and a panel of guests as they discuss how Venezuela's ...
A presentation and performance by primary school children involved in Bromley Youth Music Trust's Band on the Run scheme, which delivers intensive ...
Going on a Journey
The OAE's popular series of events for the very youngest music-lovers returns to Southbank Centre.
Pianist Simone Dinnerstein and singer-songwriter Tift Merritt join forces following the release of their album.
Performs Tom Waits
Quebec City's L'Orchestre d'Hommes-Orchestres present an energetic spectacle based on the music of icon Tom Waits.
Dickie Beau presents a poetic performance of peculiar personas.
Filth - an evening of cabaret with a dirty twist.
Hear everything from opera to pop noir sung by cabaret star Le Gateau Chocolat.
Whitley burst into public consciousness in 2011 as the lead singer of Black Dub.
An evening of hip-hop-inspired poems and favourite hip-hop songs.
Presented by Southbank Centre and the egg
Get your knickers in a twist with this classic comedy for wise young children.
Duckie - Vauxhall Bacchanal
The witty Duckie djs discuss how drugs effected different pop periods (complete with musical examples).
Creativity and the grog? A masterclass for dipsos, old soaks, lushes and guzzlers.
After a smash-hit run in 2011, The Man Who Planted Trees returns to Southbank Centre this summer.
Kansas City-born singer-songwriter Krystle Warren was rasied on the likes of Bobby Womack, Bill Withers, The Emotions and Stevie Wonder.
Diana Jones combines old-time Appalachian folk music with country blues and a distinctive songwriting style.
The eighth annual Darbar Festival opens with a double bill concert of drums performed by Shimplesberger with Munde on the pakhawaj.
The trendsetter Bhattacharya presents afternoon ragas displaying his extreme virtuosity.
Dhrupad predates the Hindustani and Carnatic traditions of today but sadly there are merely a handful of remaining practitioners, making this conc ...
Kulkarni-Patil is India's most sought after, young virtuoso of the Agra and Gwalior Gharanas, the distinguishing feature of which is simplicity.
Matharu presents mesmerising ragas on the santoor, starting delicately and culminating in a stirring crescendo.
A double-billed concert featuring a UK debut performance by sitar player Anupama Bhagwat.
This long-awaited tabla solo shows off the amazing versatility of this instrument through the hands of India's great intellectual tabla maestros, ...
The Darbar Festival is proud to feature Ustad Baha'uddin Dagar, one of a handful of the world's rudra veena players, who returns after his sublime ...
YCAT Identifies, nurtures, promotes and supports exceptional young artists, with the potential for international performing careers.
Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Jhumpa Lahiri launches her new novel at Southbank Centre.
Oklahoma-born singer-songwriter John Fullbright returns to London.
Jamie McDermott from The Irrepressibles performs cabaret songs by Benjamin Britten, Auden, Conor Mitchell and Mark Ravenhill.
Hailing from Tupelo, Mississippi, John Murry performs tracks from his solo debut album The Graceless Age
A journey through the world of Jewish love, from the shtetl to the New World, including music from the world of opera, lieder and the musical as w ...
Born and raised in Niger, Bombino is a member of the nomadic Tuareg Ifoghas tribe.
Recital by an award-winner of the Philharmonia Orchestra's Martin Musical Scholarship Fund.
Morton Feldman's epic <i>Patterns in a Chromatic Field is widely acknowledged as one of his finest late compositions.
As part of The Rest Is Noise festival, British pianist Andrew Zolinsky plays a recital at Southbank Centre.
Hear Gary Lucas talks about his new book Touched By Grace: My Time with Jeff Buckley
Stan Sulzmann is without question one of the most highly respected contemporary-jazz musicians in the UK today.
A new project combining two virtuosic trios, each with a maveric take on making music.
This concert celebrates the music of Charlie Parker during the period he was recording for Dial Records (1946 to 1947).
The EFG London Jazz Festival pays tribute to the talents of trumpeter Abram Wilson.
Norwegian pianist, composer, author and ECM recording artist Ketil Bjornstadt celebrates the life of fellow Norwegian painter Edvard Munch.
Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment's popular series of events for the very youngest music-lovers returns to Southbank Centre.
The Future Starts Here!
Enjoy the annual display of Britain's brilliant young talent in five compelling and imaginative programmes, each created around an important conte ...