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Tue 24 May 2022, 19:30
A set of preludes and fugues for keyboard, one in each key. It all sounds so rational, but in truth this is music of unparalleled imagination, fantasy, ingenuity and beauty from J S Bach.
Wed 25 May 2022, 19:30
Celebrate the joys of youth with some of London’s exceptional young musicians, as the Centre for Young Musicians and the London Schools Symphony Orchestra honour their double anniversary.
Fri 27 May 2022, 19:30
Star pianist Stephen Hough plays Rachmaninov’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini while Alphesh Chauhan conducts Bruckner’s unfinished final symphony.
Sun 29 May 2022, 19:00
André J Thomas, one of the world’s greatest experts in choral music, unites the voices of gospel and community choirs from across London in a celebration of gospel music to nourish the soul.
Mon 30 May 2022, 19:30
Lise Davidsen is the definition of box office in the opera world right now. And we’ve got the perfect vocal partner for her in Freddie De Tommaso, ‘a young tenor of limitless promise (The Times).
Tue 31 May 2022, 18:30
LISE is a cinematic opera encounter – a hybrid between recorded concert and film – with soprano Lise Davidsen, the Norwegian National Opera Orchestra and conductor Edward Gardner.
Tue 31 May 2022, 19:30
Tai Murray brings her 'technically flawless' (Muso) playing to Romantic sonatas and 21st-century minimalism in an evening bridging the past and the present with pianist Martin Roscoe.
Thu 2 Jun 2022, 19:00
From Renaissance Venice to the streets of post-war Rome, Sir Antonio Pappano explores the passion, the melody and the sun-kissed colours of an Italy we almost never hear.
Fri 3 Jun 2022, 19:30
Enjoy Lise Davidsen’s sublime soprano one last time, as she closes her artist spotlight, and our season, in the company of Scandinavia’s super-orchestra and their electrifying Chief Conductor.
Sun 5 Jun 2022, 19:00
Sir Antonio Pappano champions one of the unsung masterpieces of 20th-century opera – Luigi Dallapiccola’s shattering Il Prigioniero.