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London Schools Symphony Orchestra

Musicians from the wind section of the LSSO, with clarinets in the foreground and bassoons in the background.

The London Schools Symphony Orchestra returns to the Hall to perform music inspired by folklore and fairy tales.

Students from Guildhall School join London’s premiere youth orchestra as soloists in Bartók’s psychological thriller Bluebeard’s Castle, conducted by Guildhall’s Head of Opera, Dominic Wheeler. The orchestra’s biennial venture into the artform also brings to life the Czech countryside in Janáček’s luminous interludes from The Cunning Little Vixen. Originally written for electronics, the needle drops with Anna Meredith’s stomping Nautilus, conducted by the LSSO’s new Conductor in Residence, Enyi Okpara.

Tagged with: Classical music

This performance will finish at approximately 9.30pm, including a 20-minute interval

Promoted by Centre for Young Musicians