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We have huge admiration for the way King's Place innovated a way to become the first concert hall to reopen. Intimate concerts to audiences of six or fewer may not be a sustainable alternative to packed concert halls but they kept the flame alight where everywhere else it was extinguished.
The innovation looks set to continue with their sights now set on making bigger events work, like an outdoor recital of Beethoven's 7th Synphony entirely from memory by the Aurora Orchestra,
We're particularly excited for their first big weekend of concerts in the main hall with mesmerising contemporary cello music from South African Abel Selaocoe and The Sixteen choir's first recital since lockdown.