Tomorrow evening (Monday 20th June), there will be a free promenade orchestral performance taking place at the Exhibition Road Pedestrian Tunnel in South Kensington. 

As part of the series of events marking Refugee Week for InTRANSIT Festival 2016 across Kensington and Chelsea, the performance title Adrift will feature composers from the Royal College of Music and London Contemporary Orchestra players.

This unique performance will feature over fifty talented soloists, joining forces to mark World Refugee Day through a living installation promenade.

Adrift is a performance that aims to celebrate the triumph of the human spirit over adversity.

It has been created by RCM professor of composition Haris Kittos, emerging composers Lillie Harris and Daniel McBride, Robert Ames, and the London Contemporary Orchestra team.

The installation will also comprise of work created by by members of the Royal Borough’s Sing To Live, Live To Sing arts and health programme, and Catherine Lamb’s String Quartet.

This is a rare opportunity to see the London Contemporary Orchestra (who have recently performed with Radiohead) performing live for free.

Tickets for the event are allocated through a ballot and for more information visit: