Lunchtime Concerts at Bishopsgate Institute: Kwake Bass
Follow us on a journey through nine concerts taking in a range of musical genres, from the traditional to the unexpected. This week our concert features drummer Kwake Bass.
World-famous for our Library, every concert will also respond to themes suggested by our collections through digital projections and pop-up displays of original historical materials. You can expect anything from Victorian memorialisation of death to London after dark and exhibition cultures to be covered.
The concerts run for no more than 40 minutes, so you can bring your sandwiches along to enjoy while you listen to world-class performers – then be back at your desk before your lunch hour is up.
Our lunchtime concerts are perfect for those who work or live locally, but everyone is welcome to attend. Feel free to bring your own sandwiches or packed lunch as we don’t have a café. You don’t have to eat lunch during the concert – if you’re only here for the music, that’s also fine.
Meet the Artist
Known for his work with Kate Tempest, Sampha, Mica Levi and others, Kwake Bass explores what lives between the cracks of structured programming and live electronic improvisation.