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Sir Simon Rattle with London Symphony Orchestra
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London Symphony Orchestra/Rattle: New Music Britain

Sir Simon Rattle kicks off the new London Symphony Orchestra season with the best of British – from the sweeping landscapes of Elgar and Frank Bridge to the 21st-century sounds of Daniel Kidane. 

Peter Moore
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London Symphony Orchestra / Sir Simon Rattle

LSO Music Director Sir Simon Rattle celebrates the sheer beauty of sound, in a pocket-sized concert with a French flavour. 

Peter Moore
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London Symphony Orchestra/Sir Simon Rattle

Sibelius, Bartók, Berlioz and Ravel – blazing colours and wild emotions, conducted with poetry and passion by Sir Simon Rattle.

Sir Simon Rattle with London Symphony Orchestra
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London Symphony Orchestra/Rattle: Sibelius & Bruckner

Sir Simon Rattle conducts music in which vast landscapes merge with the human soul: Sibelius’ tone poems and Bruckner’s radiant Seventh Symphony.

Ara Malikian looking into the camera. He has dark curly hair and facial hair.
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Ara Malikian

The energising violinist and his band present an eclectic evening of music bridging classical and contemporary music.

The London Schools Symphony Orchestra in concert
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London Schools Symphony Orchestra

Expect energy, freshness and boundless enthusiasm from the young musicians of the London Schools Symphony Orchestra, as they perform sumptuous music by three classical pioneers.

Rachel Leach presents from in front of a piano
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LSO Discovery Free Friday Lunchtime Concert

Want to know more about classical music but not sure where to start? Make the most of your lunchbreak and enjoy a free, 45-minute informal concert at LSO St Luke’s.

Symphony Orchestra
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Guildhall Symphony Orchestra & Chorus

Join Guildhall Symphony Orchestra and Chorus for their opening concert in this academic year.

A production still from Madama Butterfly, part of Royal Opera House Live's 22-23 cinema season
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Madama Butterfly

Set in 19th-century Japan, Puccini's heart-rending opera tells the tale of Cio-Cio-San, a young geisha who falls in love with an American naval officer – and pays the ultimate price.

Hundreds of dark red apples, some almost purple in colour
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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.