The ICA offers organisations, companies and individuals the chance to deliver unique events in our gallery spaces on the Mall.
These events are organised independently and are not part of the ICA’s exhibition programme. To find out more about hiring one of the ICA’s unique spaces, please visit our venue hire pages. For information about the current ICA programme, take a look at our current highlights.
Born in Brasil and based in Berlin, Dominique Dillon de Byington alias Dillon has always had a clear vision of her art. She has released two albums which she regards as one body of work, since they tell a coherent story.
In 2016 both albums were brought together in the form of the live album Live at Haus der Berliner Festspiele in which Dillon was accompanied by a women’s choir, which she and her collaborator and co-producer Tamer Fahri Özgönenc arranged in October 2017. This live album will soon be followed by a third studio album titled Kind.
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An intimate acoustic show by Andreya Triana.
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Meditative cello improvisations by London-based trio Tre Voci meet thrilling Iranian drumming in this fascinating musical collaboration accompanied by live visuals.
Immerse yourself in the plethora of sounds slowly orbiting the audience in the first half, before hearing "the best hand-drummer worldwide" (ORF) Mohammad Reza Mortazavi and his mesmerisingly fast drumming, bringing the programme to an ecstatic close.
Tre Voci (Torun Sæter Stavseng, Gregor Riddell and Colin Alexander) perform their own improvisations and new compositions—including the world premiere of a new work by David Stephen Grant—in collaboration with Mohammed Reza Mortazavi and Norwegian soprano Siljie Aker Johnsen.
Jacob Collier is recognised as one of the world’s most distinctive, inventive and prodigious young musicians. Based in London, Jacob has been inspired by many sounds – his music combines elements of jazz, acappella, groove, folk, triphop, classical, Brazilian, gospel, soul and improvisation to name but a few, which culminate to create the world of Jacob Collier.
Most recently, Jacob released his debut album In My Room worldwide on 1 July 2016. The album went to number one on iTunes Jazz in 23 countries. It also debuted at number one on the Billboard Contemporary Jazz Album chart.
Five years since the release of the highly-acclaimed Parergon (Just Music, 2012), Will Dutta’s new studio album bloom sees him reunite with electronic legends Plaid (Warp), Max de Wardener and Manuel Poletti to create exceptionally vivid and sumptuous piano-led compositions.
In bloom LIVE, he casts his unique curatorial eye on reimagining the piano recital. The fluid performance of his music is shaped by temporary connections with club culture, minimalism and more. Luminous visuals and striking stage design results in a compelling, technologically advanced show of untempered colour.
Rockfeedback presents Ben Frost's The Centre Cannot Hold album launch event at the ICA on 11 October.
Frost fuses intensely structured sound art with militant post-classical electronic music, shapeshifting physical power with immersive melody, concentrated minimalism with fierce, rupturing metal.
Shock Machine is the first solo project from Mercury Prize-winning, BRIT Award and Ivor Novello-nominated songwriter James Righton, who previously fronted the genre-defining group Klaxons.
Rae Morris returns with the first track Reborn from her upcoming sophomore album due later this year. Following her Top 10 debut album, Rae also featured on tracks with Clean Bandit, Bombay Bicycle Club, Rejjie Snow and others. She is due to appear at London’s Field Day Festival before her headline show at ICA on Wednesday 12 July.
Give your Sunday mornings an intense start with this series of screenings run by the Institute of Psychoanalysis. Biographical films on famous scientists are followed by discussions with psychoanalysts and film scholars. February – April 2017.
Gigi Masin is a pioneer of the Italian generation of radio DJs on FM radio stations and of the 'ambient' and electronic music scene. He is considered a forerunner of "turntablism" in using turntables to performing with vinyls, mixers, live electronics and tape-loops on stage. A master of the sublime, Masin’s own work has been sampled by the likes of Bjork and To Rococco Rot and his albums attract feverish acclaim. His next LP release is planned in April with the trio Guassian Curve (with Young Marco and Johnny Nash) on the label 'Music from Memory'.
Gruff Rhys will be playing his recently released soundtrack to the film Set Fire To The Stars on a short one-of-a-kind tour this January. He will be joined by Y Niwl members Alun Tan Lan, Gruff Ab Arwel and Siôn Glyn, Kliph Scurlock and walking brass section, and Gavin Fitzjohn. Film director Dylan Goch will re-imagine and remix the movie as they play, and DJs from Finders Keepers records will also be on hand for a most memorable musical happening. There will also be a screening of the film, which stars Elijah Wood and Celyn Jones, before the show.