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Rhinegold LIVE

Fresh from their trio debut at the Sacconi Festival – where they received a standing ovation – John Paul Ekins (piano), Hannah Dawson (violin), and Pierre Doumenge (cello), will take to the Rhinegold LIVE stage to perform Tchaikovsky’s Piano Trio in A minor.

Positive Disruption

Join an expert panel of Knowledge Quarter Partners to discuss and debate the societal impact of disruption across science, medicine, arts, culture and technology. This debate will explore the challenges and opportunities of disruption and the positive impact it can have on our everyday lives.

Positive Disruption

Discover, discuss and debate emerging practice, cutting edge research and creative approaches to disruption in the cultural and creative industries. This lecture, given by Dr Jamie Brassett, will examine the challenges and opportunities of disruption in the arts and the positive impact it can have on our everyday lives. This event is one of many taking place across the four-day Bloomsbury Festival.

Artur Pizarro

Born in Lisbon, Portugal, Artur Pizarro shot to international fame by winning the Leeds International Piano Competition in 1990. He performs internationally in recital, chamber music and with the world’s leading orchestras.

The Funding Gap

An evening workshop to discuss the funding crisis amongst groups that work with and for women in STEM and to devise a practical plan to financially support the essential work being done by grassroots and industry-focused groups.

Jennifer Pike

Jennifer Pike was the youngest ever winner of BBC Young Musician of the year when aged 12 was awarded the title back in 2002. Since then, she has performed extensively as a soloist with major orchestras worldwide, including the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, Singapore Symphony Orchestra and Vienna Symphony. She has received several other musical awards and is a sought-after recitalist. In 2015 she will make her debut at Carnegie Hall with The New York Chamber Orchestra and also appear with Malmo, Ulster, Oslo, BBC NOW and The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

Charlie Klendjian

Charlie Klendjian is a commercial lawyer and the Secretary of the Lawyers’ Secular Society. The LSS is a group of lawyers, law students and legal professionals, both religious and non-religious, which campaigns for state neutrality towards religion and equality before the law for people of all faiths and none.

Going Solo (more or less)

An evening of performance, film and storytelling. Featuring works by Sean Bruno, Jessica Burn and more.

Admission: pay what you can.

Allegri Quartet

Beethoven: Op 18 No. 3
Mvt 1 (Allegro)
Mvt 2 (Andante con moto)

Shostakovich: String Quartet No. 11

Alec Roth: String Quartet No. 3
Mvt 2
Mvt 3

Ludwig Thuille: String Quartet No. 2 in G major
Mvt 2 – Menuetto Allegretto

David Waldock

A Taste of ACE (Accelerated Christian Education) will give you the experience of learning in the style of the School of Tomorrow. You’ll participate in the morning rituals, complete a Taster PACE and gain an insight into how children are viewed in this fundamentalist Christian school system. You’ll also hear about the experiences of ACE survivors, and about the impact it has on their lives, sometimes years after they’ve left. You’ll never view the concept of religiously-inspired education the same….

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