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December 2020

Using state-of-the-art live-stream technology, the “impressive” (The Observer) and award-winning Rautio Piano Trio perform live from Conway Hall

January 2021

Using state-of-the-art live-stream technology, the award-winning Phacelia Ensemble play live from Conway Hall.

What does it mean to be human? Amanda Rees and Charlotte Sleigh showing how, by understanding humanity, we can go some way to resolving our, and the world’s, biggest problems.

We are increasingly putting our lives in the hands of machine learning. From the AI program which cheats at computer games to the sexist algorithm behind Google Translate, Brian Christian explains how, as AI develops, we rapidly approach a collision between artificial intelligence and ethics.

Star violist Rachel Roberts joins much-loved pianist Tim Horton in a live-streamed Sunday Concert, direct from Conway Hall.

Maybe it’s time to live. Philosopher John Sellars walks us through the history of Epicureanism, showing us how it can help us think anew about joy, friendship, nature and being alive in the world.

February 2021

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Fri, 18th Dec, 2020

Winners of the prestigious RAM Chamber Music Fellowship, the up and coming Hill Quartet make their Conway Hall debut, performing live and online from our historic Main Hall.

Love-locks is are new custom, demonstrating love and devotion with a padlock attached to a public space, often a bridge or other landmark. They are everywhere: Paris and Taiwan; New York and Seoul; Melbourne and Moscow; London and Westcliff on Sea. Ceri Houlbrook explores the worldwide popu-larity of the love-lock as a ritual token of love and commitment by considering its history, symbolism, and heritage.

Graham Hutchings offers a vivid, gripping account of 1949: the year in which China abruptly changed course and pulled the rest of world history along with it. The overthrow of Chiang Kai-shek’s government by Mao Zedong reverberated across the world, resulting in long-lasting consequences that are still being felt today.

The Solem Quartet – one of the UK’s up-and-coming quartets – perform a live-streamed concert from Conway Hall’s historic Main Hall.

In 2020 we saw clearer than ever that Black people are still fighting for the right to not the colour of their skin. In the words of Dr Shola Mos-Shogbamimu, “there is no freedom without rights and no rights with-out the freedom to exercise those rights.”

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