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Tagged: LSO 2019–20

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A Choral Christmas/LSO Brass

Sing your festive favourites with the LSO Brass Ensemble and a 300-strong choir of singers, and get your festive season off to a flying start.

Emmanuelle Haïm

LSO Chamber Orchestra/Emmanuelle Haïm

Rich storytelling, high drama and bold ideas. Be drawn into magnificent operatic worlds with music from the towering giants of the Baroque, conducted by Emmanuelle Haïm.
 

Alisa Weilerstein

London Symphony Orchestra/François-Xavier Roth: Bartók

Two works written in the same year yet poles apart in style – in François-Xavier Roth’s words, ‘the post-Romanticism of Elgar combined with Bartók’s scary, strange, erotic, disturbing work’.

Nathalie Stutzman

London Symphony Orchestra/Nathalie Stutzmann: Mendelssohn

Nathalie Stutzmann brings together three landmark German composers from the Romantic era: Wagner, Mendelssohn and Brahms.

Friday Lunchtime Concert

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.
 

Dorothea Röschmann

Half Six Fix: London Symphony Orchestra/Sir Simon Rattle

Sir Simon Rattle marries two works of extraordinary intensity, played back-to-back in just one hour in this early-evening Half Six Fix concert, and introduced on-stage by the conductor.

Dorothea Röschmann

London Symphony Orchestra/Sir Simon Rattle: Beethoven & Berg

Sir Simon Rattle presents a triptych of Alban Berg’s early masterpieces paired with Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony.

Lisa Batiashvili

London Symphony Orchestra/Sir Simon Rattle: Beethoven 250

Marrying emotive force with theatrically, Sir Simon Rattle sheds light on a rarely performed Beethoven masterpiece and Berg’s lyrical Violin Concerto with Lisa Batiashvili.

Photo of Gianandrea Noseda in black suit

London Symphony Orchestra/Gianandrea Noseda: Shostakovich

The past and the contemporary meet, as Gianandrea Noseda conducts music by Russian composers who reached back in history to create something entirely new – and one of their Classical inspirations.