Members' Classical Music Multibuy
Sep 2022–Jan 2023
Barbican Members can save on tickets between Sep 2022 and Jan 2023 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 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 Sep 2022–Jan 2023 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.
Academy of Ancient Music: Haydn's The Seasons
Haydn’s life-affirming oratorio of nature, humanity and the eternal cycle of the year – conducted by AAM Music Director Laurence Cummings and brought vividly to life with striking new visuals.
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.
Alison Balsom and Anna Lapwood
Unfortunately due to personal reasons Alison Balsom is no longer able to perform and we’ve had to cancel this concert. All bookers have been contacted and will be automatically refunded.
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.
Australian Chamber Orchestra: River
The Australian Chamber Orchestra provide live accompaniment to breath-taking footage of the world’s mighty rivers, in a profound meditation on how water has shaped our landscapes and human existence.
Australian Chamber Orchestra: Indies and Idols
Discover how the kaleidoscopic dissonances and pioneering textures of 20th-century Polish classical music inspired some of the boldest sounds in 21st-century culture, as the two worlds collide.
Clare Hammond – Ghosts and Whispers
This is our world, but not as you know it. The ghosts and ghouls come out to play as pianist Clare Hammond adds live accompaniment to a spooky set of specially conceived images by the Quay Brothers.
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra/Harding & Leonidas Kavakos
Expect fireworks from the indisputable virtuosity of violinist Leonidas Kavakos, as he joins the stellar Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra for the first night of their two-concert visit.
Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra/Harding
One old, one new: the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra perform two works fraught with tension, shrouded in darkness, and finally, a breakthrough to the beyond.
Carducci Quartet: Felix and Fanny
The Carducci Quartet explore the intense connection between the Mendelssohn siblings through their music, intertwined with spoken word adapted from Myla Lichtman-Fields’s play, Felix and Fanny.