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Tagged: LSO 2019–20

Simon Rattle conducting

London Symphony Orchestra/Sir Simon Rattle: Percy Grainger

Cancelled

Gerard McBurney, Mike Tutaj and the LSO bring Percy Aldridge Grainger, one of the most enigmatic musicians, alive before our eyes and ears, celebrating his exuberant, pioneering music.

Kirill Gerstein

London Symphony Orchestra/Sir Simon Rattle: Gershwin

Cancelled

Six portraits of America from the first half of the 20th century round off Sir Simon Rattle’s season-long exploration of sources of musical inspiration in toe-tapping style.

Viola soloist Antoine Tamestit

London Symphony Orchestra/François-Xavier Roth

Cancelled

Sticking close to this season’s theme of ‘roots and origins’, for the second concert in his LSO Artist Portrait violist Antoine Tamestit has chosen a work imbued with the sights and sounds of Sicily.

Friday Lunchtime Concert

LSO Discovery Free Friday Lunchtime Concert

Cancelled

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.

Alan Gilbert

London Symphony Orchestra/Alan Gilbert: Walton & Tippett

Cancelled

Two moving, meaningful works to bring the LSO’s 2019/20 season at the Barbican to a close – the first work Antoine Tamestit performed with the Orchestra, and Tippett’s oratorio A Child of Our Time.

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.

Young children watch a storytelling concert

LSO Discovery: Musical Storytelling for Under-5s

LSO musicians retell a popular children’s story through music. Dance and sing your way through the concert as the instruments bring the tale to life.

Young children watch a storytelling concert

Musical Storytelling for Under-5s

LSO musicians retell a popular children’s story through music. Dance and sing your way through the concert as the instruments bring the tale to life.