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February 2020

Tunedin.London: Olcay Bayir

Wednesday 12 February 2020 @ 7.00pm
Finnish Church, 33 Albion Street SE16 7HZ United Kingdom + Google Map
£14

7pm (doors 6.30pm) Of Kurdish origin, Olcay Bayir's music crosses boundaries in evocative and heart-stoppingly beautiful ways. Opera-trained, she was born on the Turkish side of the Syrian border, and her soul is rooted in the deeply-emotional music of Anatolia, home to many peoples: Turks, Kurds, Armenians and Arabs, many of whom have been displaced from the lands of their forefathers. Olcay, "one of the finest, most intriguing singers on the British world music scene" The Guardian, with now two…

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Falvetti: Il Diluvio Universale (The Great Flood)

Saturday 22 February 2020 @ 7.30pm
Holy Trinity Rotherhithe, Rotherhithe Street
London, SE16 5HF United Kingdom
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£15

Musica Antica Rotherhithe give Falvetti's Il Diluvio Universale its UK premiere, and one of only a handful of performances since the 17th Century. With anthropomorphised elements competing over the right to punish humankind for the ruin of the earth, and a gleeful Grim Reaper eyeing victims, it's comedy of the darkest kind. But its pivotal message is of hope and redemption, presented in gorgeous music, and through a tale - that of Noah's Ark - that can be understood by…

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March 2020

Tunedin.London: Rapasa Nyatrapasa Otieno

Thursday 5 March 2020 @ 7.00pm
Finnish Church, 33 Albion Street SE16 7HZ United Kingdom + Google Map
£14

Rapasa is a singer songwriter & great advocate of traditional music. He plays many East African indigenous instruments, his principal love being the Nyatiti, a beautiful lyre of the Lüo community, whose people now live along the Kenyan shores of Nam Lolwe (Lake Victoria), from where he hails. His music, steeped in heritage, is a journey, that follows the music of the Nyatiti as his ancestors migrated with it along the great waterway that is the Nile, drawing a likeness…

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Allegri Miserere

Friday 13 March 2020 @ 7.00pm - 8.00pm
Brunel Museum, Railway Avenue
London, SE16 4LF United Kingdom
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£10

Join St Martin's Voices for an atmospheric Choral Concert at The Brunel Museum, including works by Byrd, Palestrina and Victoria. St Martin’s Voices, Andrew Earis Conductor Tickets: £10/£8 concessions over 65

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Tunedin.London: TOUKI: AMADOU DIAGNE and CORY SEZNEC

Thursday 26 March 2020 @ 7.45pm
St Mary’s Rotherhithe, St Marychurch Street
London, SE16 4JE United Kingdom
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£14

Thu 26th Mar, 7.45pm (doors 7.15) St Mary's Church, Rotherhithe Amadou Diagne from Senegal & French-American Cory Seznec planted the seeds of a future collaboration at a chance encounter busking, weaving musical inspirations that draw on West African, American & Ethiopian traditions. Life took them on different touki (journeys in Wolof), but a decade later their paths have rejoined & their brand new album, Right of Passage, is fresh out of Peter Gabriel's Real World Studios. Kora dances playfully with…

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May 2020

Tunedin.London: IYATRAQUARTET: Album Launch Special

Wednesday 6 May 2020 @ 7.45pm
City Hope Church, Drummond Road
London, SE16 2JY
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£14

iyatraQuartet have captivated audiences with their original, boundary-bending music for violin, cello, bass clarinet and percussion, flavoured with “dizzy Balkan revelry” and hints of plainchant and Indian raga. They dream up pieces of acoustic music and songs each as unclassifiable and varied as the last. In this Mayflower anniversary year, their name is apt: 'iyatra' is 'travel' or 'pilgrimage' in Hindi. Here they launch their second album “Break the Dawn”. Join them to break this album dawning.

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June 2020

Livestream: Michel Barros Bessone

Thursday 4 June 2020 @ 7.45pm
Sands Film Studio, 82 St Marychurch Street London SE16 4HZ United Kingdom + Google Map

Livestreaming from Sands Films, Rotherhithe 7.45pm for 8pm on Vimeo (https://bit.ly/36MwNRk), YouTube (https://youtu.be/l4G-J02GNCQ) and Tuned In London Facebook page (https://bit.ly/3btjIxS) Michel Barros Bessone is an incredibly accomplished and intensely passionate musician – both a performer and a composer - capable of performing classical masterpieces on nothing more than a charango – a small, traditional stringed instrument from the Andes. Michel, from Chile, is based in Italy and has developed uñeta - a way of plucking that produces the higher notes…

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September 2020

Modulus Quartet live from under the Thames

Sunday 27 September 2020 @ 6.00pm - 8.00pm
Brunel Museum, Railway Avenue
London, SE16 4LF United Kingdom
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£5

A live streamed concert from The Brunel Museum Thames Tunnel Shaft. Modulus were due to perform music from their upcoming album Evolutional but due to their 1st violinist, Jon, undergoing long term treatment the programme has been modified. However, a virtual Jon will be joining the remaining three players for the world premiere of Richard Norris's 15 Steps Ahead and Eliot Lloyd Short's Evolutional. Other pieces include piano trio versions of Bittersweet Journey by Eliot Lloyd Short and Rituals by…

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October 2020

Tuned In London presents Memories of the Mayflower by One Voice, One Cello and a Mad Belgian

Friday 16 October 2020 @ 7.45pm
St Mary’s Rotherhithe, St Marychurch Street
London, SE16 4JE United Kingdom
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Tickets and livestream are available on Tuned In London website:  http://tunedin.london/   September four hundred years ago, the Mayflower Ship set out to sail the Atlantic, a journey that was to take over nine weeks. By mid October, the voyagers, both religious separatists and fairer-fortune seekers, had still not reached land. The vessel’s master and crew were Rotherhithe men. We invite you to take a pew as they would have done in St Mary’s Church, for a socially distanced live…

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November 2020

Amor Poste in Luce

Thursday 19 November 2020 @ 8.00pm
Sands Film Studio, 82 St Marychurch Street London SE16 4HZ United Kingdom + Google Map

Amor Poste in Luce: Love songs from the earliest printed books Live Stream from Sands Films Studios Thursday 19th November, 8pm Further details and tickets: https://www.musicaantica.org.uk/events Musica Antica perform love songs from some of the earliest songbooks, printed by Ottaviano Petrucci from 1501 onwards. Collating a tradition of 15th Century music that was sometimes written down, but often improvised, Petrucci left us with one of the greatest musical legacies of the Italian Renaissance, if now all-too rarely heard. Frottole, interspersed with works…

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