Now entering its 19th season Song of Songs, Club Inégales turns its ever-adventurous gaze to the mystic and divine.
Drawing inspiration from Middle Eastern and Asian poets such as Rumi and Khalil Gibran, and that exceptionally sensual chapter in the Bible The Song of Solomon, our house band and talented guests will be celebrating music and poetry that expresses love and devotion, in both human and mystical ways.
In the fourth of five shows, we are very lucky to be showcasing the talents of Jenni Roditi‘s The Improvisers’ Choir (TIC), who recently won the Non-Classical Battle of the Bands Competition. They are truly impressive, and we can’t wait for them take us on spontaneous journeys of vocal invention from our Euston HQ. As always, our ever-adventurous house band Notes Inégales will be on hand to help bring both artists’ exciting sonic explorations to life.
Battle of the Bands Winner 2018 – Nonclassical
“A mind-and-voice-expanding evening – life enhancing and pleasantly weird.” – Audience member
“Spellbinding experience. I loved the way the music and rhythm changed and transformed as if it was a living being, pulsing with life.” – Audience member
Date: Thursday 7th June
Time: Doors from 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 day, and free WiFi.