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Festivals & seasons

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Japanese Innovators

A series of gigs featuring artists from Japanese underground scenes responsible for genre-defining music over the past 40 years.

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Make! Contemporary Craft Workshops

Rediscover traditional crafts with a modern twist, learn a new skill and meet the makers behind some of our favourite products.

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International Soloists 2018–19

Great pianists, superstar trios, celebrity vocalists – you'll find them all here.

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Barbican Presents 2018–19

Barbican Presents brings some of the greatest international classical artists, orchestras and ensembles to London, in a stimulating and eclectic mix of classical, contemporary, and Baroque music.

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International Soloists Multibuy 2018–19

Barbican members can save with our International Soloists multibuy

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Radio 3 Lunchtime Concerts 2018–19 multibuy

Book any four or more concerts for £10 each. Concession tickets are not eligible for the multibuy discount as discounts cannot be combined.

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Radio 3 Lunchtime Concerts 2018–19

BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concerts take place at 1pm on various Fridays throughout the year and feature the finest chamber music performances from established performers and up-and-coming artists alike.

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London Symphony Orchestra 2018–19 Multibuy

Buy four or more events* at the same time and save between 20% and 40%. Book before 31 July 2018 and continue to use your discount for any further top-up bookings** you make later in the season.

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London Symphony Orchestra 2018–19

The London Symphony Orchestra was established in 1904 and has a unique ethos and an inimitable signature sound. It has been the Resident Orchestra at the Barbican since the Centre opened in 1982.