Academy of Ancient Music 2019–20 Multibuy
You can save with our Academy of Ancient Music multibuy.
- Book five or more Academy of Ancient Music concerts at the same time and save 15%.
Multibuy discounts can be booked online and will be automatically applied at checkout
Multibuy discounts are only available within each multibuy series. You cannot combine concerts from different multibuy series into a single multibuy
Concerts must be booked in one transaction to receive a multibuy discount. All discounts are limited and cannot be combined
Discounts will only apply to the lowest number of tickets common to each concert. For example, you could purchase two tickets to two events, and three tickets to a third, but you would only receive the 10% discount on a pair of tickets to each of the three events.
Academy of Ancient Music: Beethoven and Dussek
Stephen Fry joins AAM as it begins our Beethoven 250 anniversary celebrations with the complete incidental music for Goethe’s play Egmont.
Academy of Ancient Music: Rejoice!
Rejoice greatly in an evening of music to stir the soul and lift the spirits. Celebrate with some of baroque’s musical masters heard here at their most irrepressibly joyful and effervescent.
Academy of Ancient Music: Viktoria Mullova & Richard Egarr
Her intelligence and artistry place Viktoria Mullova among the most exciting soloists of her generation, a violinist whose bold clarity of vision lets the music speak directly to the listener.
Academy of Ancient Music: Jean Rondeau plays Bach
Flamboyant, fun but always thoughtful and sensitive to the music, Jean Rondeau has blazed a trail for the harpsichord, opening the eyes of the world to its technicolour possibilities.
Academy of Ancient Music: Handel’s Heroines
Few composers faced feistier sopranos than Handel, nor wrote for them with such love and understanding, celebrating their voices in some of the most dazzling operatic arias ever written.
Academy of Ancient Music/Egarr
The Academy of Ancient Music returns to a revolutionary period of Italian music with the Second Book of Sonatas by Venetian man of mystery Dario Castello.