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Roundhouse concerts 22-31 January 2010
Pianos, percussion, orchestral encounters, musical mechanics, virtuoso vocals, folk pioneers. Reverb explores the many sides of music at the Roundhouse through world and UK premieres, genre-defying performances, fresh collaborations and a new approach to classical music.
Roots at the Roundhouse
Fri 22 January / Main Space / £20–£28

Celebrating 30 years of fRoots magazine with the best of folk and roots music. A fRootsenanny! Line up includes Justin Adams, Juldeh Camara & special guest, Billy Bragg & The Acoustic Blokes and much more.
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Joanna MacGregor & Britten Sinfonia
Sat 23 January / Main Space / £15–£30

Pianist Joanna MacGregor directs Britten Sinfonia in a wide-ranging and innovative programme, including her own arrangements of Dowland's haunting English songs alongside music from Brazil (Gismonti) and Argentina (Piazzolla), and timeless works by Bach and Stravinsky.
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London Contemporary Orchestra
Sat 23 January / Main Space / £7.50–£15

London Contemporary Orchestra, one of the UK's youngest and most adventurous ensembles, make their Roundhouse debut with new works by Biosphere and Shiva Feshareki, and music by John Cage and Steve Reich.
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Nico Muhly & Britten Sinfonia
Sun 24 January / Main Space / £15–£30

Young firebrand New Yorker Nico Muhly is one of the most exciting and diverse composers around today. He has written and performed with major American symphony orchestras and artists including Björk and Sigur Rós.
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The Beggar's Opera: Reborn
Mon 25 January / Main Space / £17.50–£25

Charles Hazlewood presents an all star line-up including Rachel and Becky Unthank, Adrian Utley (Portishead), Charlie Jones (Goldfrapp), and members of his period instrument orchestra Army of Generals.
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Zic Zazou: Brocante Sonore, The Mechanicians
Tue 26 – Thu 28 January / Main Space / £17.50–£25

Hammers, nails, drainpipes, axle grinders, power drills, frying pans, bottles, bricks, explosions, chair legs and the occasional trumpet - Zic Zazou's Mechanicians Workshop is a place where objects unusual, strange, and at times downright dangerous, are all turned to musical use.
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The Night Shift
Fri 29 January / Main Space / £7.50–£15

Classical music in a relaxed and contemporary environment. This event explores the music of Beethoven, one of classical music's great mavericks, through his majestic Coriolan Overture and fiery Seventh Symphony.
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The Magnets
Sat 30 January / Main Space / £12.50–£20

The Magnets have taken a cappella music to a whole new audience. Combining harmony vocals and beat box drumming they have created a sound to rival any other band, with songs by artists as diverse as Joy Divison, Bon Jovi and the Beatles.
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Katia & Marielle Labeque
Sun 31 January / Main Space / £12.50–£20

The Labeque sisters play Stravinsky's Concerto for Two Pianos, Satie's Trois Morceaux en Forme de Poire and Debussy's En Blanc et Noire.
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Rolf Hind's Many Hands
Sun 31 January / Main Space / £12.50–£20

An incredible evening of new music for up to seven pianos, including new acoustic arrangements of John Adams' electronic classic Hoodoo Zephyr and Rolf Hind's Sunnata.
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