Beethoven’s mighty ‘Eroica’ symphony forms the heart of this programme from the Guildhall Chamber Orchestra, led by Guildhall professor and violinist Roberto González-Monjas.
The Berlin-based pianist and composer makes a much-anticipated return to the live stage following 2017’s hiatus, playing brand new material in an intimate set-up.
Retelling this classic tale, which has haunted the Australian psyche for years, fires the darkest reaches of the imagination.
The Centre for Russian Music at Goldsmiths, University of London, opens up its collections for display at Barbican Music Library.
An exhibition by textile artist Carole Nunes
A major new contemporary visual art project which explores the history, politics, and people of London’s ancient woodland, Epping Forest.
Explore the history behind the creation of the open spaces, gardens, and conservatory that are found across the Barbican Estate and Arts Centre.
Less than Thirteen is a large-scale projected artwork, which interprets the movement of Sir Simon Rattle conducting Elgar’s Enigma Variations, reducing his form to a series of animated dots.
For her first major London commission, artist Yto Barrada weaves together personal narratives and political ideals to create a complex portrait of a city and its people in a state of transition.
When the evil ruler of the underworld steals the sun from Sohone, a small lunar faun and a girl made of wax help Sohone get the sun back to restore order to the universe.
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