–19 Sep 2019
Sir Simon Rattle conducts Brahms and Rachmaninov, a programme lush and stormy in equal measure.
20 Sep 2019, 19:30
What does it mean to be a refugee, now and through the ages? Turnage’s new song cycle sets texts by poets including Benjamin Zephaniah and Emily Dickinson, performed by peerless tenor Allan Clayton.
21 Sep 2019, 20:00
Hard-grooving ensemble Third Coast Percussion perform new works by two musical visionaries – iconic minimalist composer Philip Glass, and pop polymath Devonté Hynes (Blood Orange).
22 Sep 2019, 11:00
Come and spend the day getting to know Beethoven’s oratorio Christ on the Mount of Olives with the LSO's Choral Director Simon Halsey.
23 Sep 2019, 19:30
London's premiere youth orchestra, the LSSO, will mark celebrated composer Eleanor Alberga’s 70th birthday a performance of her musical adaptation of Roald Dahl’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
27 Sep 2019, 12:30
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.
27 Sep 2019, 19:30
In the first concert of the academic year, new Guildhall School musicians perform together for the first time on the Barbican Hall stage in a programme of 20th-century orchestral and jazz works.
2 Oct 2019, 19:30
Stephen Fry joins AAM as it begins our Beethoven 250 anniversary celebrations with the complete incidental music for Goethe’s play Egmont.
3 Oct 2019, 19:30
There are as many ways to unlock the miracles of Bach’s Goldberg Variations as there are performers – and when those performers are Tognetti and the ACO, the possibilities grow exponentially.
One of the most red-blooded operatic tragedies the UK has ever produced – William Alwyn’s tense and dramatic take on Strindberg’s Miss Julie is revived with a brilliant cast.
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