London Symphony Orchestra 2017-18 Multibuy
Buy four or more events at the same time and save between 20% and 40%. Book before 31 July 2017 and continue to use your discount for any further top-up bookings* you make later in the season.
Available on LSO Season Concerts, Half Six Fix and A Choral Christmas
Book 12 or more concerts and save 40% + two free tickets to a BBC Radio 3 Concert**
Book 8–11 concerts and save 30% + 20% on LSO Live recordings***
Book 4–7 concerts and save 20%
* The top-up discount code will be sent following your initial booking.
** To claim your free tickets email firstname.lastname@example.org with your booking reference and choice of concert or tick the appropriate box on your booking form.
*** The discount code will be sent to you following your initial booking
Excludes National Youth Orchestra, Tun Dun Trilogy, all LSO Discovery events and Family Concerts
London Symphony Orchestra/Rattle: Helen Grime world premiere
Mahler’s final symphony meets a new work by British composer Helen Grime in this double-bill with the LSO’s Music Director.
London Symphony Orchestra/Michael Tilson Thomas: Sibelius
The LSO, led by Conductor Laureate Michael Tilson Thomas, draw out the luminous sounds and epic musical narratives of Sibelius’ music.
London Symphony Orchestra/Tilson Thomas: Missa Solemnis
Michael Tilson Thomas conducts chorus and orchestra in the vast creation that Beethoven considered his greatest achievement – the Missa Solemnis.
London Symphony Orchestra/Noseda: Beethoven and Ravel
A great many composers are skilled in summoning up pictures in their listeners’ imaginations, but one work in particular surpasses them all.
London Symphony Orchestra/Gianandrea Noseda: Shostakovich
Shostakovich's music is such an important chronicle of life in 20th century Soviet Russia, and here are two pillars of that story.
London Symphony Orchestra: 2017-18 season opening concert
This is it. A new beginning and a statement of intent. The first concert from the new Music Director of the London Symphony Orchestra.
London Symphony Orchestra/Sir Simon Rattle: Faust
From selling your soul to the devil to finding salvation – Sir Simon Rattle ventures through Berlioz's tempestuous oratorio, The Damnation of Faust.
London Symphony Orchestra/Sir Simon Rattle: Stravinsky
An authority on Stravinsky, Sir Simon Rattle continues the 2017–18 season opening celebrations with three of the composer’s revolutionary ballets.
London Symphony Orchestra/Bychkov: Britten and Mahler
Semyon Bychkov and Janine Jansen bring us a concert of sorrow and triumph with music from Britten and Mahler.
London Symphony Orchestra/Haitink: Brahms and Beethoven
Bernard Haitink, a conductor revered by musicians and listeners alike, delves into the Romantic world of Brahms and Beethoven.
London Symphony Orchestra/Haitink: Brahms, Adès, Mendelssohn
The LSO crosses centuries of music in one night, with two great Romantics and a piece that reaches to the past but belongs firmly in the 21st century.
Kino Klassika presents Sergei Eisenstein's October
26th October 2017 is the 100th anniversary of the Bolshevik Revolution, one of the most important events in 20th-century history, and one whose consequences are still being felt to this day.
London Symphony Orchestra/Noseda: Tchaikovsky & Rachmaninov
‘Where words fail, music speaks’ – Hans Christian Andersen. Nowhere does this ring so true as in these two powerful works.
Half Six Fix: London Symphony Orchestra/Noseda
Gianandrea Noseda devotes this short concert to a single work of concentrated emotional intensity: Tchaikovsky’s Fourth Symphony.
London Symphony Orchestra/Marin Alsop: Bernstein and Mahler
As the LSO marks the centenary of its former President, Leonard Bernstein, Marin Alsop presents a concert of music telling of despair and redemption.