The Braid Ensemble arrives in Highgate!
Following their recent major success at the Southbank Centre’s Purcell Room, The Braid Ensemble makes its first appearance at Lauderdale House, with a programme of hauntingly beautiful work by their founder – the widely-acclaimed composer David Braid.
David’s work – described as “very honest stuff” by Steve Reich – has wide popular appeal, while also holding the fascination of musicians/music lovers across the genres. His music is lyrical, concise and instantly recognisable.
Braid is a true original that stands entirely outside both mainstream modernism and populism; his music stays with you long after hearing it, while always leaving you wanting more.
The Braid Ensemble perform at Lauderdale House on Friday 7 June at 7.30pm. To hear/see The Braid Ensemble in action please visit their website.
Tickets £13, £11 Concessions. Available on the door on the night.