Kammer Klang is a series of live music events at Cafe Oto in London, presenting curated programmes of contemporary classical, experimental, improvised and electronic music.
Founded in 2008 and run by Lucy Railton for four years, the series is now directed by Serge Vuille and Emily Moore and co-curated by Railton, in collaboration with Ben Freeney (PR), Dimitri Djuric, Marie Faucher, Louis d’Heudières, Richard Simkins, Nefeli Skarmea and Jérémie Wenger.
Each event explores both new music and new ways of presenting repertoire, connecting performers and creators from across genres and forms and encouraging them to innovate, collaborate and explore.
Last seasons we were proud to present outstanding artists and composers including the London Sinfonietta, Miles Cooper Seaton, Liza Lim, Sam Salem, Mauricio Pauly, Ayan-ool Sam, 12 Ensemble, Aisha Orazbayeva, James Week, Alex Hills, EVOL, Brian Ferneyhough, Samantha Fernando, Kaija Saariaho , Christine Sun Kim, Cassandra Miller, Klara Lewis, Nik Colk Void, Phaedra Ensemble, Leo Chadburn, Christopher Redgate, Scenatet, Matt Rogers, David Helbich, Apartment House, Jacob Kirkegaard, EXAUDI, Plus-Minus, Jennifer Walshe, Asamisimasa, Juliet Fraser, Oliver Coates, Lawrence Lek, Jessie Marino, Distractfold, Oscilanz, John Wall and many more.
As a resident ensemble, We Spoke provides structural and administrative support to the series.
ACCESSIBILITY: Cafe Oto is fully accessible (ground floor, no steps, including bar and toilets) and offers 2-for-1 tickets to carers attending with disabled customers. Please see the FAQ section of its website for further information. We are more than happy to reserve seats or spaces for wheelchairs. If there’s anything more we can do to help make a visit possible for you, please drop us a line.
2016-8 poster photography, designs and custom typefaces are by Ismini Adami.