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Classical Pride: A Proud Future

with ViiV Healthcare & GAY TIMES

A cellist, bass clarinettist, flautist and pianist sitting playing their instruments

A Proud Future features the star performers and composers from the LGBTQ+ student bodies of London’s conservatoires.

LGBTQ+ students from the Royal Academy of Music, Royal College of Music, Guildhall School of Music & Drama and Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance give a series of concerts of LGBTQ+ music that has personal meaning for them. Taking place in the medieval parish church that sits at the heart of the Barbican, six thirty-minute concerts will run from 11.30am until 4pm with full programme, including some specially commissioned works to be announced soon.

Each performance will last approximately 30 minutes. Audience members can attend any or all of the performances.

Classical Pride is non-profit, and net proceeds are donated to three important LGBTQ+ charities, Rainbow RailroadTerrence Higgins Trust and GAY TIMES' Amplifund.

Classical Pride is promoted by Ozero Arts, an arts production charity (registered charity no. 1155338) that undertakes ambitious artistic projects - conceiving, producing and raising money for bold ideas across live and recorded music.

 

*Excludes £1.50 booking fee
The words Classical Pride in black text, with a purple full stop and a multicoloured swirl encasing the left side of the words.
ViiV Healthcare logo
The letters GT in white, against a black background.
The words Classic FM, with the F as a red lowercase f in the style of a forte dynamic marking
Black text saying HERE AT OUTERNET in capital letters, against a white background
Logo for London Symphony Orchestra
On two squares of different shades of blue are the words Supporting Terrence Higgins Trust
Rainbow Railroad logo
The word AMPLIFUND in black capital letters, against a white background
art'otel name in black text against a white background

Classical Pride with VIIV Healthcare and GAY TIMES is also generously supported by R. Martin Chavez, Lincoln Benet, David Kaskel & Chris Teano and Lord Donoughue.

Celebrate Pride with us

Don’t miss the much anticipated return of Classical Pride, our Queer 80s film season, and Soufiane Ababri's exhibition in The Curve.

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