Members' Classical Music Multibuy
Barbican Members can save on tickets between January and July 2022 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.
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, as long as there are enough qualifying concerts left in the season.
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 2022 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.
Maxim Vengerov & Simon Trpčeski
Sit back and watch the fireworks as two bona fide stars come together to perform three of the great violin sonatas and Ravel’s enduringly popular party piece Tzigane.
Lise Davidsen & Leif Ove Andsnes
Indulge in a feast of Norwegian culture as two of the country’s finest musicians champion the beautiful music of their compatriot, Edvard Grieg, alongside popular lieder from Strauss and Wagner.
Domenico Scarlatti: The Mirror of Human Frailty
Inventive, exuberant, and endlessly entertaining, the keyboard music of Domenico Scarlatti is a treasure-trove of musical possibilities. Explore a genius without limits in this afternoon celebration.
Orchestra of the Academy of Santa Cecilia/Pappano
Experience moments of magic as Sir Antonio Pappano conducts his Orchestra dell’Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia and cellist Sol Gabetta in a masterclass of virtuosity and intensity.
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.
Roderick Williams & Andrew West: A Twitcher's Delight
The beloved British baritone performs a programme he charmingly describes as a ‘Twitcher’s Delight’, inspired by the poetic and witty musings of French author Jules Renard.
Les Arts Florissants/William Christie
Seek the source of human inspiration under the guidance of William Christie and his exquisite Baroque ensemble in Handel’s poetic oratorio L'Allegro, il Penseroso ed il Moderato.
Czech Philharmonic/Semyon Bychkov & Yuja Wang: Má vlast
It’s rare phenomenal pianist Yuja Wang takes second billing, but here it’s the chance to see the Czech Philharmonic performing music that’s in their very lifeblood which you can’t possibly pass up.
Czech Philharmonic/Semyon Bychkov: Glagolitic Mass
Marvel at the unstoppable force of the Czech Philharmonic celebrating the very best of their nation’s culture under Chief Conductor Semyon Bychkov, playing the music they were formed to play.
Jonas Kaufmann/Diana Damrau: Schumann and Brahms Love Songs
Have your emotions stirred by two of the world’s finest opera voices, as Diana Damrau and Jonas Kaufmann come together to sing songs of love by two of the Romantic period’s great lieder composers.