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06
Sep
2024
New Generation Artists: Andrei Ioniță and Alim Beisembayev

New Generation Artists: Andrei Ioniță and Alim Beisembayev

Pianist Alim Beisembayev and cellist Andrei Ioniță join forces for a lunchtime recital at LSO St Luke’s.

Fri 6 Sep 1:00 pm -2:05 pm
£6.00
06
Sep
2024
New Generation Artists: Andrei Ioniță

New Generation Artists: Andrei Ioniță

Andrei Ioniță, BBC New Generation Alumnus, showcases a range of solo cello music in this early-evening recital.

Fri 6 Sep 6:00 pm -7:15 pm
£5.00
12
Sep
2024
New Generation Artists: Aleksey Semenenko, Andrei Ioniță and Alim Beisembayev

New Generation Artists: Aleksey Semenenko, Andrei Ioniță and Alim Beisembayev

In a concert packed with emotion, Aleksey Semenenko, Andrei Ioniță and Alim Beisembayev breathe new life into treasured Piano Trios by Brahms and Shostakovich.

Thu 12 Sep 1:00 pm -2:05 pm
£6.00
18
Sep
2024
Esther Yoo plays Bernstein

Esther Yoo plays Bernstein

Dancing chickens, luminous skulls, a witch’s hut… sounds spectacular? It’s amazing what you can achieve with a head full of stories, an ear for musical colour, and a few shots of vodka! In the opening concert of our new season, guest conductor Long Yu – China’s pre-eminent living conductor – opens up a veritable musical picture book, and whether it’s a radiant vision of a Russian dawn or Mussorgsky’s fantastic musical art gallery, you’re guaranteed terrific tunes in fabulous colours. As for the Serenade: perhaps only Leonard Bernstein could have taken an Ancient Greek meditation on love and transformed it into a big-hearted (and delightfully quirky) violin concerto. The amazing Esther Yoo is our soloist – critics have praised her ‘freedom, invention and glorious sound’. You’re about to hear why.

Wed 18 Sep 7:30 pm -9:30 pm
£10.00
19
Sep
2024
New Generation Artists: Quatuor Arod

New Generation Artists: Quatuor Arod

Quatuor Arod delve into the expressive String Quartets of Robert Schumann and Karol Szymanowski.

Thu 19 Sep 1:00 pm -2:05 pm
£6.00
19
Sep
2024
New Generation Artists: Quatuor Arod and Elisabeth Brauß

New Generation Artists: Quatuor Arod and Elisabeth Brauß

Witness Quatuor Arod and pianist Elisabeth Brauß bring to life César Franck’s remarkable Piano Quintet, paired with solo piano music by Sergei Prokofiev.

Thu 19 Sep 6:00 pm -7:05 pm
£6.00
25
Sep
2024
American Classics

American Classics

Copland Fanfare for the Common Man
Bernstein
Candide: Overture
Rogers Carousel: Waltz
Barber Adagio
Bernstein West Side Story: Suite No.1
Williams Olympic Fanfare and Theme
Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue
Gershwin An American Paris

Join the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra for a celebration of some of the most iconic pieces of American music ever composed.

A sparkling programme filled with timeless American classics, from the captivating sounds of Copland's Fanfare for the Common Man to John Williams’ Olympic Fanfare and Theme. Originally composed for the Los Angeles Olympic Games in 1984, our performance will celebrate its 40th anniversary and coincide with the Games in Paris this year. Plus Gershwin’s jazz-inspired Rhapsody in Blue and An American in Paris, as well as music from the much-loved musical West Side Story.

Featuring pianist Eric Lu, the Orchestra is also thrilled to be joined by conductor Michael Seal for a spectacular evening at the one-and-only Royal Albert Hall.

Wed 25 Sep 7:30 pm -9:30 pm
£12.00
26
Sep
2024
Mendelssohn and Wagner

Mendelssohn and Wagner

The composers of the Romantic era liked their landscapes untamed, their stories sensational and their emotions larger-than-life – so that’s exactly what conductor Jac van Steen delivers tonight. Mendelssohn conceived his ‘Scottish’ Symphony at twilight in Edinburgh, as he wandered the ruins of Holyrood Abbey: what follows is a sweeping musical drama of mist-covered moors and warring clans. Wagner’s Overture to Rienzi is even more over the top: a rip-roaring musical swashbuckler inspired by a tale of bloody rebellion amid the ruins of Rome. You simply have to hear it! And in between… well, we can’t say yet, because it’ll be performed by the newly crowned winner of the 2024 Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition. But if previous Competitions are anything to go by, you’re about to hear a star in the making.

Thu 26 Sep 7:30 pm -9:30 pm
£10.00
27
Sep
2024
Igor Levit: Bach, Brahms & Beethoven

Igor Levit: Bach, Brahms & Beethoven

Prepare for a programme of brilliant and beguiling pianism as this celebrated performer shows sides of three great composers that are rarely seen.

Fri 27 Sep 7:00 pm -8:25 pm
£10.00

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27
Sep
2024
Lawrence Power with Thomas Adès: Fairy-Tale Dances

Lawrence Power with Thomas Adès: Fairy-Tale Dances

An imaginative programme unites extraordinary viola player Lawrence Power, one of our current Resident Artists, with leading composer Thomas Adès at the piano.

Fri 27 Sep 9:00 pm -10:30 pm
£10.00
29
Sep
2024
Notes on Nature 1: The Sea

Notes on Nature 1: The Sea

Nordic Soundscapes discussion

Sun 29 Sep 12:30 pm -2:00 pm
Free

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29
Sep
2024
Santtu conducts Sibelius and Nielsen

Santtu conducts Sibelius and Nielsen

Masterpieces by Sibelius and Nielsen frame a new work by composer Miho Hazama, written to accompany underwater film footage of the Nordic coast.

Sun 29 Sep 3:00 pm -5:00 pm
£15.00
29
Sep
2024
Paraorchestra: Symphony of Sorrowful Songs (5.30pm)

Paraorchestra: Symphony of Sorrowful Songs (5.30pm)

Enter the world of Henryk Górecki’s cathartic and hauntingly beautiful Symphony of Sorrowful Songs at an immersive performance, conducted by Charles Hazlewood.

Sun 29 Sep 5:30 pm -6:30 pm
£5.00
29
Sep
2024
Scottish Ensemble Performs Philip Glass

Scottish Ensemble Performs Philip Glass

Join this dynamic group for a celebration of today’s music for strings at its most thrilling and varied, including the meditative Third Symphony by Philip Glass.

Sun 29 Sep 7:00 pm -8:15 pm
£5.00