The Black Peril by Soweto Kinch Feat. Makaya McCraven, Junius Paul and members of the London Symphony Orchestra
22 Nov 2019
LONDON LSO St Luke's
3.30pm - 4pm open rehearsal (3pm doors)
4pm - 5pm - Q&A
The Black Peril is a dynamic new work by Soweto Kinch, reflecting on 100-year history of racial conflict after the Armistice Declaration in 1918, a time of momentous social change. Breathing new life into historic and often neglected musical forms, the Premiere will featur a 14-piece jazz ensemble with some of the most skilled performers of the UK jazz scene, a quartet by the members of London Symphony Orchestra, Chicago jazz giants Makaya McCraven and Junius Paul as well as dance choreographed by rising star Jade Hackett.
Join us for the show’s open rehearsal at LSO St Luke’s, a special preview of excerpts ahead of its premiere on 22 November,
followed by a Q&A with Soweto Kinch and the show’s choreographer Jade Hackett.