BBC Symphony Orchestra Multibuy
You can save with our BBC Symphony Orchestra Jan–Jul 2022 Multibuy.
- Book 3–5 BBC SO concerts at the same time and save 15%.
- Book six or more BBC SO concerts at the same time and save 20%.
- Top up your package with additional qualifying concerts and have your initial discount carried over.
Purchasing a Multibuy
Only the events listed on this page qualify.
This is a separate Multibuy offer to Sep–Dec 2021 – the offer cannot be carried across from this period.
You can purchase this Multibuy package at any time before the BBC SO's concert on Wednesday 18 May.
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 Jan–Jul package at any point 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.
BBC SO/Stutzmann: Tchaikovsky's Symphony No 6
Nathalie Stutzmann makes her BBC Symphony Orchestra podium debut in Tchaikovsky’s most emotional symphony, while orchestra and chorus are united for Brahms at his most hushed.
BBC SO/Chauhan & Stephen Hough
Star pianist Stephen Hough plays Rachmaninov’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini while Alphesh Chauhan conducts Bruckner’s unfinished final symphony.
BBC SO Total Immersion: Phantoms, Visions, Siren Voices
Poetry and music merge in readings and songs: an atmospheric starting point for the BBC Symphony Orchestra’s day of Total Immersion in the world of Sibelius the Storyteller.
BBC SO/Wigglesworth: The Other Vaughan Williams
The composer who brought us gentle, pastoral music like The Lark Ascending processes the aftermath of war, in a concert featuring the modern premiere of a lost work by César Franck.
BBC SO/Saraste: Kidane, Prokofiev and Nielsen
Jukka-Pekka Saraste conducts three works that respond in different ways to the pandemic, to a personal loss and to the devastation of war.
Zadie Smith and the BBC Symphony Orchestra
Zadie Smith, one of the most influential cultural figures in Britain joins the BBC Symphony Orchestra for a concert blurring boundaries between music and words.
BBC SO/Oramo & Benedetti: Romantics in Exile
Sakari Oramo conducts a forgotten symphony overflowing with passion and Nicola Benedetti plays the violin concerto that stole the movies’ greatest tunes.
BBC SO/de Souza: Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique
Much talked-about Canadian conductor Jordan de Souza makes his UK concert debut in music devilishly enjoyable, wickedly entertaining and frantically unpredictable.
BBC SO/Storgårds: Gubaidulina, Mussorgsky and Shostakovich
John Storgårds joins the BBC Symphony Orchestra to conduct Dmitri Shostakovich’s dramatic Fifth Symphony, a journey through life by Modest Mussorgsky and a fantastical work from Sofia Gubaidulina.
BBC SO/Brabbins: Scott of the Antarctic
A compelling synthesis of film and music as the BBC SO perform Vaughan Williams’s ground-breaking orchestral score live to accompany a screening of Charles Frend’s landmark movie.
BBC SO/Oramo: Elgar's Cello Concerto
Brutalism meets orchestral beauty as we mark 40 years of the Barbican Centre with music as idealistic, integral and provocative as the building itself.
Patrick Watson, Jules Buckley & BBC Symphony Orchestra
An evening of music with Canada’s boutique singer-songwriter, reimagined with Jules Buckley and the BBC Symphony Orchestra.
BBC SO: Sir Andrew Davis's Half Century
Due to travel disruption caused by Storm Eunice affecting many of its musicians, the BBC SO has taken the difficult and disappointing decision to cancel tonight’s concert.