Nash Ensemble

BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert: Nash Ensemble

100 years since Armistice was declared, the Nash Ensemble dedicates its fourth LSO St Luke’s residency to music written in the wake of the Great War.

Mirga Grazinyte-Tyla conducting the CBSO

*POSTPONED* Mirga conducts The Rite of Spring

City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Music Director Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla and her partner have announced today they are expecting a baby at the end of August.

Sakari Oramo 2018 conducting smiling on stage

BBC SO/Oramo/ Shostakovich, Copland and Prokofiev

Three 20th century masterpieces, each composed in the shadow of World War II, come together in a concert of musical and emotional contrasts.

Melos Sinfonia

Melos Sinfonia

The Melos Sinfonia returns to LSO St Luke's with an exciting programme that marks the centenary of Leonard Bernstein with his rarely heard 'choreographic essay for orchestra' Facsimile.

BBC Singers group image

BBC Singers/Sofi Jeannin

Sofi Jeannin and the BBC Singers explore a programme of the repertoire of the French composers of Lully and Rameau, with the added visual spectacle of dance from Aakash Odedra. 

Hhumann X

Toni Castells: Hhumann X

Composer Toni Castells brings his distinctively dreamy, cinematic and poetic soundscapes to the premiere of his new composition Hhumann X.

Jaime Martín

London Symphony Orchestra: De Falla, Lalo & Stravinsky

Flautist-turned-conductor Jaime Martín makes his debut with the LSO, introducing us to his musical roots with works inspired by his native Spain.

ACO and Tognetti on stage

Australian Chamber Orchestra: Mozart's Last Three Symphonies

Three symphonies, written in a matter of weeks by a genius at the top of his form – and three universes of emotion, beauty and uncompromising artistic truth.