Live from the Barbican
From our Hall to your home
From our Hall to your home: twelve live-streamed concerts featuring incredible artists from across our music programme.
Music returns to our Hall as we bring you a series of concerts in front of a socially-distanced, reduced audience that will be live-streamed directly into your living room. From a musical voyage through space and time with the BBC SO and Professor Brian Cox to Richard Dawson's dystopian songcraft, and from the energetic lyricism of Nubya Garcia's playing to soothing comfort as Sir Bryn Terfel introduces us to some of favourite music, we have something for everyone to dive into this autumn.
Bryn Terfel with Britten Sinfonia: Live from the Barbican
Operatic superstar Sir Bryn Terfel offers comfort and familiarity amid the chaos of the year, with a personal selection of pieces that lie at the heart of his musical life.
The Kanneh-Mason Family in Concert: Live from the Barbican
A heart-warming family affair as all seven siblings of 'Britain’s most musical family’ (The Times) show their talents as both soloists and chamber musicians in works spanning Mozart to Eric Whitacre.
Pappano & Friends: Live from the Barbican
Sir Antonio Pappano is joined by long-term collaborators Ian Bostridge and Dame Sarah Connolly for an evening of intimate chamber versions of song cycles on love, loss, nature and nostalgia.
BBC Symphony Orchestra/Oramo: Live from the Barbican
Power and passion take a hold as the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Sakari Oramo perform works by Joseph Haydn and Anna Clyne before a new chamber arrangement of Magnus Lindberg's Accused.