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Sat 23 Oct 2021, 16:30
The best-selling children’s author reads from her books in a multimedia orchestral adventure through the imagination, with special guests including actor Dani Harmer (AKA Tracy Beaker herself).
Tue 26 Oct 2021, 19:30
The effervescent mezzo and pianist/arranger Craig Terry ruminate on the pain of loneliness and the warmth and joy of human interaction in a heartfelt song recital very much for our time.
Wed 27 Oct 2021, 19:00
Guildhall Chamber Orchestra is conducted by Joshua Weilerstein in this concert that shines a light on works by Polish, British and American composers.
Thu 28 Oct 2021, 19:00
Robin Ticciati conducts Brahms, and Antoine Tamestit continues his Artist Portrait with Walton’s Viola Concerto – music born of youth and age, but united by passion.
Thu 28 Oct 2021, 19:30
Handel weaves spells, Rameau dances with gods, and Francesco Geminiani creates a whole enchanted forest on this magical history tour with Laurence Cummings and the Academy of Ancient Music.
Sun 31 Oct 2021, 19:00
Voices of nature and fabulous tales: Daniel Harding and viola player Antoine Tamestit explore the imaginary realms of Jörg Widmann and Antonín Dvořák.
Fri 5 Nov 2021, 19:30
Relive one of the beautiful game’s greatest final day dramas. Projected highlights of Anfield 89 get the symphonic treatment as Lee Dixon reunites members of Arsenal’s title-winning team to reminisce.
Tue 9 Nov 2021, 19:30
Experience the intense emotional power of Shostakovich’s String Quartets as the Carducci Quartet paint an intimate portrait of the great composer through music and spoken word.
Wed 10 Nov 2021, 18:30
A different way to experience the LSO, with introductions to the music from the conductor, a relaxed atmosphere, and digital programme notes.
Thu 11 Nov 2021, 19:00
Vive la révolution! François-Xavier Roth conducts Beethoven’s Eroica symphony, and Bertrand Chamayou brings a very personal perspective to Saint-Saëns' exuberant Second Piano Concerto.