all concerts take place in st. george the martyr - borough high street

Celebrating the music of today

Spontaneity and Strictness: Interview with Daryl Runswick

Hollie Harding quizzes the extraordinary musician Daryl Runswick prior to his concert on 23 October 2018.

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New blog! Female composers in our 2018-19 season

Hollie Harding interviews Illuminate Women's Music in the run-up to their performance at Borough New Music on 16 October 2018.

What people say about us
"A welcome addition to London's already blossoming contemporary composition scene"
The Wire Magazine
"Wonderful, a life-enhancing experience"
Audience Member
"The whole performance opened my eyes to a completely different way of experiencing music... These concerts are free, these concerts are central, they’re carefully curated and short so Herbert would urge you to go."
Herbert Magazine
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Forthcoming Concerts

We are delighted to have had a very successful 2017-18 season at Borough New Music. Our 2018-19 season will start on Tuesday 2 October 2018. You can view this season's highlights throughout this site.

Nov 20, 2018 1:00 PM
Series 11: Martin Read Foundation Showcase Concert

Chris Goodman (Clarinet) & Jonathan Beatty (Piano) perform works by MRF alumni, patrons and mentors. Introduced by Judith Weir.

Nov 27, 2018 1:00 PM
Series 11: Featured Instrument: Viola

Katherine Clarke (Viola) and Ben Smith (Piano) perform works by Tann, Tabakova and Harberg, with a world premiere by Sadie Harrison.

Jan 8, 2019 1:00 PM
Series 12: The Eluvium Ensemble

Works by Rzewski and Will Handysides for piano, mezzo-soprano, viola & flute.

Jan 15, 2019 1:00 PM
Series 12: TL Harps with Gabriella dall'Olio & Ailie Robertson

Trinity Laban harp students perform works by Lash, Emlyn, Robertson, O'Farrell, Gentile & Devaney, led by Gabriella dall'Olio & Ailie Robertson

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