Live from the Barbican
Concerts streamed from our venues to your home
Enjoy the full Barbican Music experience from the comfort of your home as we live-stream concerts from incredible artists across many different genres of music.
We bring some of our concerts and gigs from our venues live-streamed directly into your living room. There is something for everyone here, so sit back, relax, and enjoy the concert experience from the comfort of your sofa.
Take a trip down memory lane as pianist Isata Kanneh-Mason looks back in a nostalgic evening inspired by the imaginations and experiences of childhood.
Australian Chamber Orchestra: Beethoven and Bridgetower
Revolutionary music at its most super-charged: the exhilarating Australian Chamber Orchestra celebrate the radical music of Beethoven, and the inspiration he’s sparked ever since.
An Anatomy of Melancholy
Iestyn Davies’s crystalline voice, Netia Jones’s haunting visuals, and John Dowland’s ravishingly bittersweet music come together in an intimate theatrical meditation on the consolations of sorrow.
Our Precious Planet
Marvel at the beauty and fragility of our world in a family concert of sound and storytelling, with Grégoire Pont’s drawings projected live alongside thrilling music from the BBC Symphony Orchestra.
Hannah Peel & Paraorchestra with Charles Hazlewood
Electronic musician and composer Hannah Peel unites with Paraorchestra to unfurl their new album, inspired by the cyclical nature of life. Join us in the Hall or watch live from your home.
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 Total Immersion: Zappa Goes Large
For Frank Zappa, the symphony orchestra was the consummate vehicle for musical storytelling. Brad Lubman leads this live streamed evening culminating in Zappa’s acknowledged orchestral masterpieces.
Nonclassical: listening to place
Join us in the Hall or online to tune back into the sounds we unconsciously block out in the hustle and bustle of life with performances responding to the noises of the environments around us.
Cutting-edge contemporary jazz trio GoGo Penguin perform music from their latest album, for the first time since its release in summer 2020, join us in the Hall or watch from your home.
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.
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.
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.
Speakers Corner Quartet: Further Out Than The Edge
Blending jazz and electronics, Speakers Corner Quartet showcase their new project, alongside very special guests. Join us in the Hall or watch from your home.
Clark with the London Contemporary Orchestra
Influential electronic musician Clark performs his latest record Playground In A Lake alongside the London Contemporary Orchestra, join us live in the Hall or watch at home.