Raymond Gubbay Christmas Festival 2017
Celebrate the Yuletide season this year with a wide range of festive classics, popular songs and rousing film scores.
Christmas with Russell Watson
The Christmas celebrations kick off with tenor Russell Watson performing a glorious concert of seasonal music and songs.
Star Wars and Beyond
Join the London Concert Orchestra for an evening of music from John Williams's iconic film scores, including Jurassic Park, Indiana Jones, Star Wars and more...
The Magic Moments of Burt Bacharach
The list of huge hits penned by Burt Bacharach from the 50s to the 80s numbers well into the hundreds; a line-up of great guest singers pick out the highlights.
Christopher Warren-Green conducts an all-Beethoven programme featuring the 'Choral' symphony with its climactic ‘Ode to Joy’ performed by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
The Four Seasons by Candlelight
The Mozart Festival Orchestra, complete with period costume and candle-lit setting, present a programme of popular Baroque and Classical masterpieces crowned by Vivaldi's Four Seasons.
Musicals in Concert: Leading Ladies
West End leading ladies Kerry Ellis, Louise Dearman, Linzi Hateley and Victoria Hamilton-Barritt perform a selection of popular songs from Broadway musicals including Oliver and Chicago.
Glenn Miller Orchestra
The Glenn Miller Orchestra, whose unmistakeable big band sound defined a decade, perform a string of wartime chart-toppers and 40s hits, including In the Mood, American Patrol and Moonlight Serenade.
Zimmer vs. Williams
E.T., Harry Potter, Pirates of the Caribbean and more. An epic cinematic celebration bringing together two of the greatest film music composers.
The Magic of Vienna
Spend New Year's Eve enjoying the memorable music of the Strauss dynasty, whose prolific output of waltzes and polkas entertained Viennese high society throughout the 19th century.
New Year's Day Prom
Begin the New Year with the London Concert Orchestra and some of classical music's most popular works including Rossini's William Tell Overture, Puccini's 'Nessun Dorma' and Holst's 'Jupiter.'