You can save with our BBC Symphony Orchestra 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.
You can purchase this Multibuy package at any time before the BBC SO's concert on Fri 26 May 2023.
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 Feb–Jun 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.
Joby Talbot's Everest
The UK premiere of Joby Talbot and Gene Scheer’s new opera Everest: a spectacular drama of life, death and the human spirit on the roof of the world.
BBC Symphony Orchestra/Slobodeniouk
The BBC Symphony Chorus sings Stravinsky’s Symphony of Psalms, at the heart of a life-affirming debut concert from guest conductor Dima Slobodeniouk.
BBC Symphony Orchestra & Chorus/Davis: A Child of Our Time
Hope comes from darkness as Sir Andrew Davis conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra and a team of world-class performers in Michael Tippett’s heart-rending A Child of Our Time.
BBC SO Total Immersion: Oramo conducts Kaija Saariaho
Light becomes sound; poetry becomes music and words create worlds. Sakari Oramo crowns a day of total immersion in the music of Kaija Saariaho with a sumptuous orchestral celebration.
BBC Symphony Orchestra/Oramo
Sakari Oramo, the BBC Symphony Orchestra and violinist Inmo Yang raise the roof in three dazzling concertos – one for violin and two for the whole orchestra.
Ian McEwan and the BBC Symphony Orchestra
In the latest of the BBC Symphony Orchestra’s collaborations with great writers, Ian McEwan joins the orchestra for an evening of words and music.
BBC Symphony Orchestra & Chorus/Brabbins & Charles Styles
Beowulf and Job: two tales of courage, defiance and the triumph of the human spirit, retold in music by Iain Bell and Ralph Vaughan Williams, performed by the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Chorus.
BBC Symphony Orchestra/Bringuier & Akiko Suwanai
Lionel Bringuier conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra in an evening of Debussy, Dutilleux, Roussel and Ravel. French music at its most poetic, and its most dangerous.
BBC Symphony Orchestra/Schuldt
Swan Lake retold, and told anew. Violinist Tessa Lark takes the spotlight in a BBC Symphony Orchestra concert devoted to musical fairytales, both light and hauntingly dark.
BBC Symphony Orchestra/New & Lise de la Salle
American dreams and sonic fireworks as conductor Gemma New and pianist Lise de la Salle make their joint debut with the BBC Symphony Orchestra.
BBC Symphony Orchestra/Lintu
Bright colours, dark emotions and uncompromising truths: Hannu Lintu conducts three vivid stories and from three powerful creative personalities.
BBC Symphony Orchestra & Chorus/Oramo
Poles apart: Sakari Oramo and the BBC SO explore the sensuality and raw energy of two great Polish symphonies, while Johan Dalene and Timothy Ridout encounter Mozart at the very top of his game.
BBC Symphony Orchestra/Oramo & Julie Price
Sunlight, defiance and unsung heroes: Sakari Oramo conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra by Antonín Dvořák and Grażyna Bacewicz, plus a delightful showcase for the BBC SO’s own Principal Bassoon.