–Sun 13 Sep 2020
Iestyn Davies’s crystalline voice, Netia Jones’s haunting visuals, and John Dowland’s ravishingly bittersweet music come together in an intimate theatrical meditation on the consolations of sorrow.
Fri 11 Sep 2020, 13:00
Brilliant saxophonist Jess Gillam opens a new ECHO Rising Stars series featuring Europe’s most vibrant young musicians, performing a selection of classics spanning four centuries.
Mon 21 Sep 2020, 19:30
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra Music Director Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla has announced she is expecting her second child in August 2020 and will therefore no longer be able to conduct this concert.
Fri 25 Sep 2020, 19:30
Guildhall School musicians offer a rousing programme of orchestral and jazz works to begin the new Academic year.
Sat 3 Oct 2020, 19:30
Mahler’s compelling and exhilarating tussle with fate opens the orchestra’s ninetieth anniversary season under Chief Conductor Sakari Oramo.
Sun 4 Oct 2020, 12:00
Dive back into history and take a new look at one of one of India’s national treasures, Ustad Ali Akbar Khan, with his son Alam Khan.
Fri 9 Oct 2020, 18:00
BBC Singers celebrate the unparalleled musical legacy of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe – the poet whose words inspired some of the world’s most profound and beautiful songs.
Fri 9 Oct 2020, 19:30
Outlandish musicianship and high jinks from the internet sensations who are transforming the classical repertoire, one deep breath at a time.
Mon 12 Oct 2020, 19:30
Igor Levit joins one of the truly great US orchestras and Franz Welser-Möst in Mozart at his most playful, Scriabin at his most romantic, and Thomas Adès at his most thrillingly original.
Tue 13 Oct 2020, 19:30
Mozart’s awe-inspiring Requiem makes even more of an impact in an imaginative musical context – a real speciality of Laurence Equilbey and her energising, uncompromising Insula Orchestra.
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