Karina Canellakis

London Symphony Orchestra/Karina Canellakis: Ravel & Strauss

Karina Canellakis takes us though a feast of Ravel and Strauss in her debut concert with the LSO, exploring themes of life, the soul and mortality.

Masaaki Suzuki

Bach Collegium Japan: St John Passion

There’s no mightier spiritual or artistic challenge than Bach’s St John Passion – and few living performers are better-equipped to tackle it than Masaaki Suzuki and his Bach Collegium Japan.

Roberto Gonzalez Monjas conducting

Guildhall Symphony Orchestra conducted by González-Monjas

Roberto González-Monjas conducts Guildhall Symphony Orchestra in an all-Russian programme including Rachmaninov's Symphony No 2.

Susanna Mälkki conductor

London Symphony Orchestra/Susanna Mälkki: La Mer

Susanna Mälkki brings together a musical kaleidoscope of folklore, light and the ocean.

Ed Gardner 2018 landscape in white

BBC Symphony Orchestra/Gardner

Edward Gardner and the Orchestra revisit 1890s Vienna, bringing us all the searing power and extreme emotions of musical Romanticism’s last stand.

LSO Singing Day

LSO Singing Day: Mahler 2

Come and spend the day getting to know the choral movement that concludes Mahler’s monumental ‘Resurrection’ Symphony, with the LSO's Choral Director Simon Halsey.

Inoko Isobe holding oboe

LSO Platforms: Guildhall Artists – Britten chamber works

Ahead of the LSO’s evening concert, Guildhall musicians including LSO Japan Scholar oboist Inoko Isobe perform chamber music by Benjamin Britten.

Sir Antonio Pappano landscape pose

London Symphony Orchestra/Sir Antonio Pappano: British Roots

Sir Antonio Pappano presents music by Vaughan Williams and Britten, influenced by both the composers of the past and the realities of life in the first half of the 20th century.

Orchestral string section playing music with a conductor

Westminster School: Beethoven & Duruflé

In a celebration of music-making within the Borough of Westminster, schools, music hub, charitable foundation and local choral society come together to perform two expressive choral works.