The festival concludes with:
6.45pm / Box Office Stage
Liverpool troubadour Stephen Langstaff started writing and performing his own songs at the age of 11 and has been producing haunting, soulful tracks ever since. His songs are powerful, and he delivers them with complete conviction.
New London Singers: Feel The Spirit
7.30pm / Hall One
This swinging concert is given by the New London Singers, a young and dynamic chamber choir, now celebrating their 50th year. They and their conductor Ivor Setterfield are joined by pianist Chris Lee for a jazz-flavoured performance of works by Shearing, Rutter and Tippett.
London Sinfonietta: Britten
7.45pm / Hall Two
In recognition of the centenary celebrations for Benjamin Britten, London Sinfonietta performs a programme of chamber music is centred on the composer.
Jasdeep Degun & Harkiret Bahra: sitar/tabla duo
7.45pm / Concert Level (-2)
Young and upcoming sitarist Jasdeep Degun, accompanied by the dynamic Harkiret Bhara on the tabla, performs an Indian Classical music raga.
8pm / St Pancras Room
Sasha Siem sings songs from her debut album, 'Most of the Boys'.
Talk In Colour
Sunday, 15 September 2013 - 8:45pm / Box Office Stage
Known for their ecstatic live shows combining classical instrumentation, drums, guitars and electronics, Talk In Colour performs a special acoustic set taken from their acclaimed debut album ColliderScope, as well as newer, as yet unreleased material.
London Sinfonietta: Tenney and Feldman
9.30pm / Hall One
London Sinfonietta invites you to explore the extraordinary set of experimental compositions devised by American composer James Tenney, set alongside some of the quiet and still music of Morton Feldman.
9.45pm / Concert Level (-2)
London-based indie-folk band Enderby's Room specialise in lush harmonies, unusual instruments, and vivid storytelling. Songwriter Dan Mayfield used to perform with Darren Hayman, Daniel Johnston, and the Wave Pictures. With Enderby's Room, he performs his own music backed by harmonium, double bass and ukuleles.
9.45pm / Hall Two
After 35 years as a professional musician Martin Simpson is, right now, better than ever. One of the finest acoustic and slide guitar players in the world, his interpretations of traditional songs are storytelling masterpieces.
The Noise Next Door
10pm / St Pancras Room
Unstoppably funny and uniquely talented, the UK’s premier improv comedy troupe The Noise Next Door are well on their way to becoming comedy’s next big thing.
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