Just over two years after their first financially sustainable, informal crowdfunded classical gig, Through the Noise has ignited a new cultural movement in the realm of classical music events. By reflecting local communities and collaborating on mental health initiatives with regional charities, Through the Noise fosters meaningful local relationships, connecting audiences to the best live music events. Most ‘noisenights’ feature two short classical sets, one early evening, one late. Tickets to the late set usually include live music for the rest of the night, including jazz, Latin, afrobeat, swing and funk acts.

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There will be 81 new noisenights across 21 UK and European towns and cities, including 17 tours and 3 exclusive solo performances. This Spring’s newly announced line-up includes rare guitar and violin duets from Plínio Fernandes and Braimah Kanneh-Mason, three-time Songlines Award winner Seckou Keita, seven-time GRAMMY nominee Omar Sosa, two-time GRAMMY Award-Winning Attacca Quartet, ngoni and djembe star of the recent RSC production Hamnet Sidiki Dembélé, and the UK’s first women and non-binary orchestra Her Ensemble.

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If you’re looking for a performance right on your doorstep, following their sold-out noisenight collaboration, you can find the Third Culture Collective and Tamil-British singer Ashnaa at The Globe in Cardiff on 22nd June.

For more information, visit: https://www.throughthenoise.co.uk/

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