Members' Classical Music Multibuy
Barbican Members can save on tickets this autumn with our Members' Classical Music Multibuy.
- Book 2–4 qualifying concerts at the same time and receive 10% off.
- Book 5+ qualifying concerts at the same time and receive 15% off.
Purchasing a Multibuy
You must be a Barbican Member to purchase this Multibuy package.
Only the events listed on this page qualify.
You can purchase a Multibuy package at any time throughout the autumn.
As long as you’re logged in, the correct discount will be automatically calculated, regardless of the combination of events in your basket.
If you buy a different number of tickets to each of the qualifying events, the multibuy discount will only be applied to the lowest number of tickets common to each event in the package.
Top up your package at any point in the year with additional qualifying concerts and have your initial discount carried over.
The correct discount will automatically be applied to your basket once you’ve logged in.
Come for the fireworks, stay for the poetry: pianist Khatia Buniatishvili brings her barnstorming technique and thoughtful musicality to music from great Baroque and Romantic masters.
L'Arpeggiata/Christina Pluhar: Monteverdi's Vespers
Christina Pluhar and her daring Baroque ensemble L’Arpeggiata thrive on pushing music to its limits. Join us in the Hall or online as they sing out the brilliance and beauty of Monteverdi’s Vespers.
Lang Lang plays the Goldberg Variations
A profoundly personal project for one of the 21st century’s most influential musical personalities: Lang Lang tackles one of the most legendary keyboard works ever written.
Jamie Barton & Jake Heggie
2022 Grammy nominees Jamie Barton and Jake Heggie explore what we’ve all been missing out on over the past eighteen months – music, its link with words, and the human connection of live performance.
Mark Padmore & Jonathan Biss: Dichterliebe
The songs of Robert Schumann trace a poetic journey through the intricacies of the human heart: hear tenor Mark Padmore and pianist Jonathan Biss explore their riches.
Fantasie Nègre: The Piano Music of Florence Price
Samantha Ege has dedicated her life to ‘illuminating the diversity of classical music’s past, present, and future’. Here she champions three remarkable composers that history almost left behind.
James McVinnie Ensemble: Glassworks
Join us in the Hall or online for an evening of entrancing minimalism and unorthodox sounds from Philip Glass and Chris P. Thompson, including the work that brought Glass to the mainstream Glassworks.
Bach: Six Suites, Six Echoes
Bach’s music speaks across time, yet somehow exists outside of any era. Queyras pairs each of the six cello suites with an echo from our own time in a stimulating dialogue of spirit and mind.
Shostakovich: Life, Letters & Friendship
Experience the intense emotional power of Shostakovich’s String Quartets as the Carducci Quartet paint an intimate portrait of the great composer through music and spoken word.
Up for Grabs
Relive one of the beautiful game’s greatest final day dramas. Projected highlights of Anfield 89 get the symphonic treatment as Lee Dixon reunites members of Arsenal’s title-winning team to reminisce.
Joyce DiDonato & Craig Terry: In My Solitude
The effervescent mezzo and pianist/arranger Craig Terry ruminate on the pain of loneliness and the warmth and joy of human interaction in a heartfelt song recital very much for our time.