The Barbican’s free music festival is back with and more unbounded.
With Culture Mile ramping emitting a gradually louder hum of activity, this year’s iteration of the genre-dissolving festival has an even wider range of venues to choose from. Spaces like Charterhouse and Fabric are now in play alongside the ability to roam freely throughout the primary Barbican complex.
The programme is packed with enough variety to hold the attention of even the most distractable of minds, with a few highlights that caught our eyes in particular:
- Songs for the Soul with BBC Singers (18 May)
- nonclassical @ fabric (18 May)
- Klezmer Wedding (19 May)
- Glassforms with Max Cooper and Bruce Brubaker (19 May)
- Chineke! Orchestra – Elegy for Stephen Lawrence (19 May)
Sound Unbound 2019 runs across 18-19 May 2019 in various venues throughout Barbican and Culture Mile. More details here.