London Symphony Orchestra 2018–19 Multibuy
Buy four or more events* at the same time and save between 20% and 40%. Book before 31 July 2018 and continue to use your discount for any further top-up bookings** you make later in the season.
Book 12 or more concerts: save 40%
Book 8–11 concerts: save 30%
Book 4–7 concerts: save 20%
* You must buy the same number of tickets for all events to qualify for the multibuy** Top-up discount for all multibuy bookers – a special code will be sent following your initial booking
- LSO Live 20% discount for 8+ bookers – a special code will be sent following your initial booking
- Two free tickets to the Donatella Flick LSO Conducting Competition (22 Nov) or a BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert for 12+ bookers – to claim your tickets email email@example.com with your booking reference and choice of concert
Concerts on 5 January 2019 (National Youth Orchestra) and 27 & 29 June 2019 (The Cunning Little Vixen) are excluded from the multibuy offer.
LSO 2018/19 Season Opening Concert: Sir Simon Rattle
New music. British music. Two central pillars of musical life for the LSO and Sir Simon Rattle, to launch a new season.
London Symphony Orchestra/Sir Simon Rattle: Spring Symphony
Sir Simon Rattle launches his Roots and Origins series with a rare combination of three distinctive works, each steeped in history and folk tradition.
London Symphony Orchestra/Sibelius Symphony No 5
Sir Simon Rattle continues Roots and Origins with Janáček, Szymanowski and Sibelius, who transform myth and folklore into soaring musical effigies.
London Symphony Orchestra: De Falla, Lalo & Stravinsky
Flautist-turned-conductor Jaime Martín makes his debut with the LSO, introducing us to his musical roots with works inspired by his native Spain.
London Symphony Orchestra: Tchaikovsky Symphony No 5
Dramatic landscapes, folk-tales and fate, with conductor Philippe Jordan and violinist Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider.
London Symphony Orchestra/Gianandrea Noseda: Shostakovich 4
Hear the LSO at full strength as Gianandrea Noseda continues his survey of Shostakovich with the monumental Fourth Symphony.
London Symphony Orchestra/Gianandrea Noseda
James Macmillan’s affecting memorial to the dead of World War I is paired with Shostakovich’s gut-wrenching Fourth Symphony.
London Symphony Orchestra/François-Xavier Roth: Nelson Mass
François-Xavier Roth unites three atmospheric masterpieces by composers at the forefront of modern music in their time – Haydn, Bartók and Ligeti.