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Gig at the Greenhouses: iyatraQuartet

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iyatraQuartet are very excited to be returning to play live at BPCG, local to where all the music is created and inspiration for music videos and some new songs.

The boundary bending quartet create original and virtuosic music; fusing their classical roots with innovation, intense energy and groove; exploring the capabilities of their instruments with a heady mix of world sounds and extended techniques.

Their distinct vocal harmonies emerge from a rich sound world of soaring strings, the exuberant lyricism of the bass clarinet and sensitive percussion. Delving into generations-old European traditions for inspiration, particularly the work of 12th century pioneering female composers, iyatraQuartet re-imagine early music and stories through their unique contemporary twist. Taking their name after the Hindi word for travel or pilgrimage, the band embraces this sense of journey through place and time in their music – there is a surprise around every corner.

“Absolutely beautiful” Cerys Matthews, BBC 6 Music

“Melding their classical roots with dynamic traditional and improvised music” Hannah Peel, BBC Radio 3

“The music is absolutely packed with a feeling of exploration” Sarah Ward, Jazz FM

Main photo © Gerard Collett



Gates open 5.15pm
1st half 6:00pm to 6:40pm
Second half 7:10pm to 7.50pm

Bring umbrellas and a few layers in case it’s chilly.  (We will make sure we have lots of tea at the ready for you before and at the interval!)



Full price: £12

Concessions: £10

Children under 12 go free



BPCG is in the middle of Brockwell Park, between the tennis courts and the walled gardens. Follow the signs.
If you are driving to the gig, we recommend parking your car on Dulwich Road or near Dulwich Road as you will exit from the Park after dark is via the Lido Gates on Dulwich Road.



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