Our second Unequal Times gig sees Chorale Inégales make their first appearance at the club. Made of up singers from Trinity Laban, the choir first performed with us for our re-imagining of Purcell’s King Arthur at the Spitalfields Music Summer Festival back in June.
They return this Autumn with excerpts from King Arthur alongside free-flowing improvisations with Notes Inégales – melding the intricacy of Purcell’s choral writing with experimental 21st-century textures. Be sure not to miss your chance to experience the first club night ever to feature a choir!
Date: Thursday 27 October
Time: 7pm (music from 8pm)
Venue: Club Inégales, 180 North Gower Street, NW1 2NB
Nearest stations: Euston, Euston Square & Warren Street
As always, there’ll be delicious food from Taste of India available on the night and free WiFi.
Chorale Inégales is made up of singers from Trinity Laban and was formed for our performances of Purcell’s King Arthur at the Spitalfields Music Summer Festival in June.