|Barbican Presents 2015–2016|
Where will the music take you?
Barbican Presents is our own curated classical season comprising the very best international ensembles and artists.
|Contemporary Music concerts|
From electronic beats to legendary jazz, global masters and new music - we're bringing it all to London
|Renee Fleming Artist Spotlight|
Equally accomplished singing at the Met and the Super-bowl, ‘America’s reigning diva’ (Washington Post) Renée Fleming has become one of the most talked about vocalists of her generation.
|Jazz at Lincoln Center International Associate Residency 2016|
The Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra return for their fourth international associate residency.
|Los Angeles Philharmonic|
International Associate Residency 2016
With a unique perspective on what an orchestra can be, this residency features both works at the heart of the American repertoire and groundbreaking contemporary music from the orchestra's Green Umbrella series.
|Andriessen: M is for Man, Music & Mystery|
Louis Andriessen draws his inspiration from every corner of Western culture, and wrestles it into one of the most distinctive and inventive voices in contemporary music. Featuring performances of his La Commedia (UK premiere) and La Passione, and a Total Immersion day culminating in the UK premiere of Rosa’s Horses.
|Benjamin at the Barbican|
A focus celebrating one of Britain’s most admired composers, George Benjamin, featuring the UK premiere of his Dream of the Song, and a concert performance of the astonishing Written on Skin.
|Bach Collegium Japan Residency 2016|
Founded in 1990 by Masaaki Sazuki, the Bach Collegium Japan are devoted interpreters of Baroque music, and focus on the rich repertoire of J.S Bach. This is their first major UK residency.
|London Symphony Orchestra 2015-16|
Barbican Resident Orchestra
|BBC Symphony Orchestra 2015–16|
Barbican Associate Orchestra
|Academy of Ancient Music 2015-16|
Barbican Associate Ensemble
|Britten Sinfonia 2015–16|
Barbican Associate Ensemble
|New live music and film experiences|
New live music and film experiences
|Reich, Glass, Adams: The Sounds that Changed America|
In postwar America, one generation of composers transformed music in the here and now – and opened a path to its future.
|Gerald Finley: Featured Artist|
|Perahia plays Beethoven|
|The Kaufmann Residency|
When The Guardian described Jonas Kaufmann as the world’s ‘greatest living tenor’, few disagreed. Kaufmann’s voice alone would be enough in itself to justify the accolade, and makes this Barbican Residency one of the UK’s musical highlights of 2017.
|Richard Tognetti: Milton Court Artist in Residence|
‘An anarchist with a chamber orchestra.’ That’s how The Guardian described Richard Tognetti: conductor, leader, virtuoso violinist and free-spirited musical provocateur.
|Academy of Ancient Music 2016–17|
|BBC Symphony Orchestra 2016–17|