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19:00 at Kings Place
“I am in a prison”, György Ligeti once wrote. “One wall is the avant-garde, the other wall is the past, and I want to escape.”

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20:00 at Moth Club
Prepping a new album for release in 2017, the world is lucky to have Francois and co back. Welcome them with open arms at Moth Club on march 27th.

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19:00 at The Jazz Cafe
The London Astrobeat Orchestra pay tribute to their favourite Talking Heads albums with a three night run at the Jazz Cafe.

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19:00 at The Courtyard
The Power of One is a showcase for solo performers, launching on 29th March with a veritable feast of live music at The Courtyard Theatre in Hoxton.

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19:30 at Kings Place
Experimental pianist Hauschka presents the UK premiere of Lost, performed with German cellist Nicholas Alstaedt as part of Kings Place’s <em>Cello Unwrapped</em> series.

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19:30 at Barbican
Surely you jest? John Adams and Berlioz's epic musical pranks form the second concert of the New York Philharmonic’s residency.

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19:30 at Village Underground
A soldier returns from war, and is tricked by the Devil to exchange his fiddle for a book containing untold riches, little realising he will forfeit his life and his love.

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19:30 at Cafe OTO
Camae Ayewa, aka Moor Mother, brings her politically-charged afrofuturist experimentalism to London, with support from jazz duo Pat Thomas & Orphy Robinson.

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19:00 at Koko
A word-of-mouth phenomenon, generating tens of millions of views on youtube for their exquisitely yearning, graceful dream-pop.

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19:30 at Cafe OTO
German techno giant Mark Ernestus presents the product of years of obsession with African music – the exhilarating Ndagga Rhythm Force.

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