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We bring music to neighbourhood venues

 

 

NW Live Arts is a charity producing concerts of professional classical and world music in community venues in North West London and beyond. 

 

Established in November 2018, we believe everyone should be able to experience a live classical music event. Our vision is to share live music with a wide audience and for the arts to have a positive impact on our communities.

 

At NW Live Arts, we create stimulating live classical and world music performances to inspire new musical encounters, fight preconceptions, and build lifelong relationships with  music and the arts  in local communities.

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11th December 2020, 7:30pm

St James' Church, Prebend Street, Islington N1 8PH 

After the success of its premiere in October, NW Live Arts are delighted to present Music & Renewal: a multimedia concert exploring a vision of renewal of mind, spirit and body in a dynamic mix of music from Europe, India and South America.

The Music & Renewal concert programme includes quartets by Mozart, Ravel and Bartok performed by the award winning  Alkyona Quartet as well as  new works for string quartet and percussion by master tabla player Kuljit Bhamra MBE and South American percussionist Andres Ticino. Also featuring inspiring improvisations by Andres Ticino and Kuljit Bhamra, music for solo cello by Ligeti and a new quartet by Caroline Heslop, the theme of the evening will be enhanced further by a presentation of new video art created by members of the community workshop led by artist, Antonia Attwood.

Music & Renewal will also be streamed online on December 16th at 7:30pm.

Concert tickets: £12/10 (concessions)

Stream tickets: Pay What You Feel Able, £10/5 

Music & Body Online Film Premiere

Watch the Music & Body film, premiered on the 30th September 2020.

Reflections on Music & Renewal

Read Alkyona Quartet violinist Emma Purslow's reflections on the recent Music & Renewal concert. 

Violin improvisation on Bach Adagio 

Watch violinist Sabina Rakcheyeva improvise on J.S. Bach's Adagio from Violin Sonata No.1 in G minor.

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