Search all events

Toggle

Refine your search

  • 07
    Friday February 2014

    Britten: Billy Budd

    Glyndebourne goes to the USA

    7:30 PM, Peter Jay Sharp Building, BAM Howard Gilman Opera House, New York

    Britten's sweeping, seafaring masterpiece performed at the Brooklyn Academy of Music by the London Philharmonic Orchestra and Glyndebourne Festival Opera.
  • 09
    Sunday February 2014

    Britten: Billy Budd

    Glyndebourne goes to the USA

    7:30 PM, Peter Jay Sharp Building, BAM Howard Gilman Opera House , New York

    Britten's sweeping, seafaring masterpiece performed at the Brooklyn Academy of Music by the London Philharmonic Orchestra and Glyndebourne Festival Opera.
  • 11
    Tuesday February 2014

    Britten: Billy Budd

    Glyndebourne goes to the USA

    7:30 PM, Peter Jay Sharp Building, BAM Howard Gilman Opera House, New York

    Britten's sweeping, seafaring masterpiece performed at the Brooklyn Academy of Music by the London Philharmonic Orchestra and Glyndebourne Festival Opera.
  • 14
    Friday February 2014

    Valentine’s Day Classics

    An evening of romance with the LPO

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    JTI Friday Series

     

  • 16
    Sunday February 2014

    Funharmonics: Yikes! Spikes!

    A concert and activities for all the family

    12:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Experience the timeless magic of Roald Dahl in a whole new way ...
  • 19
    Wednesday February 2014

    Free pre-concert event

    Introduction to the evening's concert by David Nice

    6:15 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    David Nice discusses the evening's programme.
  • 19
    Wednesday February 2014

    Sparkle and Swagger

    Pivotal music from 20th-century greats

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Osmo Vänskä conducts Kalinnikov’s momentous Symphony No.1 and Khachaturian’s pivotal Piano Concerto.
  • 21
    Friday February 2014

    Romance and Rapture

    Romantic favourites including Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Petrenko conducts Berlioz, Rachmaninoff and Elgar.
  • 22
    Saturday February 2014

    Brighton Residency: Berlioz, Rachmaninoff and Brahms

    Rapturous music by Rachmaninoff and Brahms

    7:30 PM, Brighton Dome, Brighton

    From £10.00
    A glittering evening of colourful works by Berlioz, Rachmaninoff and Brahms under the baton of Vasily Petrenko.
  • 23
    Sunday February 2014

    Eastbourne Residency: Berlioz, Rachmaninoff and Brahms

    Rapturous music by Rachmaninoff and Brahms

    3:00 PM, Congress Theatre, Eastbourne

    From £12.00
    A glittering evening of colourful works by Berlioz, Rachmaninoff and Brahms under the baton of Vasily Petrenko.
  • 26
    Wednesday February 2014

    Fantasy and Invention

    Rhythmic power and rolling inevitability

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Jurowski conducts Bruckner’s epic Symphony No. 2 and Brahms’s touching and light-hearted Double Concerto.
  • 01
    Saturday March 2014

    All Creation Singing Aloud

    Joyful choral works with the London Philharmonic Choir

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Jurowski conducts two compelling choral works written nearly 200 years apart, Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 and Julian Anderson’s Alleluia.
  • 02
    Sunday March 2014

    Beethoven Symphony No. 9

    LPO goes to Paris

    5:00 PM, Théâtre des Champs Elysées, Paris

  • 07
    Friday March 2014

    Free pre-concert event

    GCSE New Horizons Project Performance

    6:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    London Philharmonic Orchestra musicians are joined by GSCE students from south-east London to perform new compositions created by the students and inspired by Shostakovich's Symphony No. 1.
  • 07
    Friday March 2014

    History-Making Firsts

    Ilyich Rivas makes his LPO debut

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Ilyich Rivas conducts Tchaikovsky’s First Piano Concerto & Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 1.
  • 08
    Saturday March 2014

    Southend-on-Sea: Dvořák, Tchaikovsky, Mahler and Shostakovich

    A musical evening of colourful drama

    7:30 PM, Cliffs Pavilion, Southend-on-Sea

    From £10.00
    A performance combining the drama of Shostakovich's First Symphony with Tchaikovsky's colourful and virtuosic Piano Concerto No. 1.
  • 09
    Sunday March 2014

    Eastbourne Residency: Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich

    A musical afternoon of colourful drama

    3:00 PM, Congress Theatre, Eastbourne

    From £12.00
    A performance combining the drama of Shostakovich's First Symphony with Tchaikovsky's colourful and virtuosic Piano Concerto No. 1.
  • 14
    Friday March 2014

    Free pre-concert event

    LPO musicians & the Bridge Project

    6:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Musicians from the LPO join students from London Music Masters’ innovative music education programme, the Bridge Project, for a musical celebration.
  • 14
    Friday March 2014

    A tribute, a gift

    Exquisite compositions, long in the making.

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Skrowaczewski conducts Bruckner’s symphonic memorial to Wagner, his Symphony No. 3, and Mendelssohn’s exquisite and ever-popular Violin Concerto.
  • 15
    Saturday March 2014

    A Night in the West End

    London Philharmonic Orchestra and West End star Kerry Ellis

    7:30 PM, Nottingham Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham

    From £10.00

    The London Philharmonic Orchestra join forces with the renowned Nottingham Trent University Choir and West End Star, Kerry Ellis for a musical extravaganza featuring some of the most popular West End hits.

  • 18
    Tuesday March 2014

    Organ Gala Launch Concert

    Featuring the LPO Brass Ensemble

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £15.00
    Come and hear the re-inauguration of the iconic Harrison & Harrison Royal Festival Hall concert organ, performed by a celebrity cast of organists with international star trumpeter Alison Balsom, Southbank Centre's Voicelab and the brass ensembles of resident Southbank Centre orchestras the London Philharmonic and Philharmonia.
  • 19
    Wednesday March 2014

    Transcendence and Transfiguration

    Orchestral contrasts from Mozart, Bach and R Strauss

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    David Zinman conducts R Strauss’s vivid metaphysical tone poem Death and Transfiguration alongside works by Mozart and Bach. Featuring pianist Emanuel Ax.
  • 22
    Saturday March 2014

    Brighton Residency: Wagner, Bruch and Tchaikovsky

    Romantic masterpieces by Bruch and Tchaikovsky

    7:30 PM, Brighton Dome, Brighton

    From £10.00
    The famously sublime Violin Concerto by Max Bruch is performed alongside Tchaikovsky's ravishingly beautiful Fifth Symphony.
  • 26
    Wednesday March 2014

    Free pre-concert event

    Restoring the Royal Festival Hall organ

    6:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    William McVicker and guests discuss the restoration of the Royal Festival Hall organ.
  • 26
    Wednesday March 2014

    The King of Instruments

    Two masterworks for organ and orchestra

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    A celebration of the return of the Royal Festival Hall’s newly restored organ, including Poulenc’s Organ Concerto and Saint-Saëns’s Symphony No. 3.
  • 28
    Friday March 2014

    Free pre-concert event

    Meet the controller of BBC Radio 3, Roger Wright

    6:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Join Roger Wright, controller of BBC Radio 3 and the BBC Proms, in conversation with BBC Radio 3 presenter Sara Mohr-Pietsch.
  • 28
    Friday March 2014

    Mahler’s Emotional Extremism

    Mahler’s final symphony

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts Mahler’s last completed and highly personal Symphony, the Ninth, alongside Mendelssohn’s Piano Concerto.
  • 29
    Saturday March 2014

    Dortmund: Mendelssohn and Mahler

    Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts the LPO

    8:00 PM, Konzerthaus, Dortmund

  • 04
    Friday April 2014

    Moscow: Britten

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts Britten's War Requiem

    7:00 PM, Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, Moscow

     

     

  • 05
    Saturday April 2014

    Moscow: Brahms and Bruckner

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts the LPO

    7:00 PM, Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, Moscow

  • 09
    Wednesday April 2014

    Triumph and Majesty

    Victory of light over darkness

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Jukka-Pekka Saraste conducts Bruckner’s colossal Symphony No. 8 and Schumann’s grandiose Violin Concerto.
  • 12
    Saturday April 2014

    Free pre-concert event

    Performance of newly created music by The Band

    5:00 PM, Spirit Level, Royal Festival Hall, London

    The London Philharmonic Orchestra’s creative ensemble for 15–19 year-olds, The Band, premieres new music written by the group inspired by Gorecki’s work.
  • 12
    Saturday April 2014

    Free pre-concert event

    Introduction to the world premiere of Górecki's Fourth Symphony

    6:15 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Renowned Górecki expert, Professor Adrian Thomas, discusses the world premiere of Symphony No. 4.
  • 12
    Saturday April 2014

    Górecki World Premiere

    Plus works by Tansman and Stravinsky

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    A poignant premiere of the late Henryk Górecki’s Fourth Symphony, orchestrated by the composer’s son.
  • 16
    Wednesday April 2014

    Free pre-concert event

    Animate Orchestra

    6:00 PM, The Clore Ballroom, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Animate Orchestra is a young person’s orchestra for the 21st century. Tonight’s performance of music written by the group is the culmination of their recent course.
  • 16
    Wednesday April 2014

    Fire and Light

    Discipline and emotion combined

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Jurowski conducts a programme of incandescent works by Zimmerman, Beethoven & Brahms, including Beethoven’s Third Piano Concerto, performed by Mitsuko Uchida.
  • 24
    Thursday April 2014

    Leicester: Mozart, Rodrigo and Tchaikovsky

    Live and Local featuring MILOŠ

    7:30 PM, De Montfort Hall, Leicester

    From £15.00
    The LPO's Live and Local tour continues to Leicester, with a concert of Mozart, Rodrigo and Tchaikovsky. Joining us is Classic BRIT Award-winning guitarist Miloš Karadaglić.
  • 25
    Friday April 2014

    Scenes from Russia and Spain

    Heart-rending music from Rodrigo and Tchaikovsky

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Guitarist Miloš Karadaglić performs Rodrigo’s evocative Concierto de Aranjuez, alongside works by Tchaikovsky and Rimsky-Korsakov.
  • 26
    Saturday April 2014

    A Parting Gift

    A vision of darkness in symphonic form

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Jurowski conducts Tchaikovsky’s final work – his Symphony No. 6 (Pathetique), alongside Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 5, featuring Leif Ove Andsnes.
  • 27
    Sunday April 2014

    Eastbourne Residency: Beethoven and Saint-Saens

    Pastoral melodies of Beethoven's Sixth Symphony

    3:00 PM, Congress Theatre, Eastbourne

    From £12.00
    Hear the lyricism of Saint-Saens and pastoral beauty of Beethoven in contrast to sheer virtuosic drama in Berlioz's Roman Carnival Overture.
  • 29
    Tuesday April 2014

    Stoke-on-Trent: Mozart, Rodrigo and Tchaikovsky

    Live and Local featuring MILOŠ

    7:30 PM, Victoria Hall, Stoke on Trent

    From £15.00
    The LPO's Live and Local tour continues to Stoke-on-Trent, with a concert of Mozart, Rodrigo and Tchaikovsky. Joining us is Classic BRIT Award-winning guitarist Miloš Karadaglić.
  • 11
    Sunday May 2014

    FUNharmonics - Noses

    A concert and activities for all the family

    12:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    With Roald Dahl’s The Ant-Eater, a musical feast by Benjamin Wallfisch.
  • 17
    Saturday May 2014

    Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    4:35 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Glyndebourne’s 80th-anniversary season opens with Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier, not seen at Glyndebourne since 1982, in a new staging by Richard Jones, with Robin Ticciati, the company’s new Music Director, conducting the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • 18
    Sunday May 2014

    Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    3:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    "It struck me as wild, and I made no reply," wrote Tchaikovsky in response to a friend’s proposal of Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin as an operatic subject. But the idea so gripped him that, within eight months, he transformed a revered master-work of Russian literature into the best-loved, and arguably greatest, of all Russian operas.
  • 21
    Wednesday May 2014

    Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    4:35 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Glyndebourne’s 80th-anniversary season opens with Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier, not seen at Glyndebourne since 1982, in a new staging by Richard Jones, with Robin Ticciati, the company’s new Music Director, conducting the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • 22
    Thursday May 2014

    Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:05 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    "It struck me as wild, and I made no reply," wrote Tchaikovsky in response to a friend’s proposal of Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin as an operatic subject. But the idea so gripped him that, within eight months, he transformed a revered master-work of Russian literature into the best-loved, and arguably greatest, of all Russian operas.
  • 24
    Saturday May 2014

    Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    4:35 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Glyndebourne’s 80th-anniversary season opens with Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier, not seen at Glyndebourne since 1982, in a new staging by Richard Jones, with Robin Ticciati, the company’s new Music Director, conducting the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • 25
    Sunday May 2014

    Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    3:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    "It struck me as wild, and I made no reply," wrote Tchaikovsky in response to a friend’s proposal of Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin as an operatic subject. But the idea so gripped him that, within eight months, he transformed a revered master-work of Russian literature into the best-loved, and arguably greatest, of all Russian operas.
  • 28
    Wednesday May 2014

    Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:05 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    "It struck me as wild, and I made no reply," wrote Tchaikovsky in response to a friend’s proposal of Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin as an operatic subject. But the idea so gripped him that, within eight months, he transformed a revered master-work of Russian literature into the best-loved, and arguably greatest, of all Russian operas.
  • 29
    Thursday May 2014

    Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    4:35 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Glyndebourne’s 80th-anniversary season opens with Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier, not seen at Glyndebourne since 1982, in a new staging by Richard Jones, with Robin Ticciati, the company’s new Music Director, conducting the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • 31
    Saturday May 2014

    Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:05 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    "It struck me as wild, and I made no reply," wrote Tchaikovsky in response to a friend’s proposal of Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin as an operatic subject. But the idea so gripped him that, within eight months, he transformed a revered master-work of Russian literature into the best-loved, and arguably greatest, of all Russian operas.
  • 01
    Sunday June 2014

    Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    3:20 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Glyndebourne’s 80th-anniversary season opens with Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier, not seen at Glyndebourne since 1982, in a new staging by Richard Jones, with Robin Ticciati, the company’s new Music Director, conducting the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • 03
    Tuesday June 2014

    Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:05 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    "It struck me as wild, and I made no reply," wrote Tchaikovsky in response to a friend’s proposal of Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin as an operatic subject. But the idea so gripped him that, within eight months, he transformed a revered master-work of Russian literature into the best-loved, and arguably greatest, of all Russian operas.
  • 05
    Thursday June 2014

    Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    4:35 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Glyndebourne’s 80th-anniversary season opens with Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier, not seen at Glyndebourne since 1982, in a new staging by Richard Jones, with Robin Ticciati, the company’s new Music Director, conducting the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • 06
    Friday June 2014

    Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:05 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    "It struck me as wild, and I made no reply," wrote Tchaikovsky in response to a friend’s proposal of Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin as an operatic subject. But the idea so gripped him that, within eight months, he transformed a revered master-work of Russian literature into the best-loved, and arguably greatest, of all Russian operas.
  • 07
    Saturday June 2014

    Mozart: Don Giovanni

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:10 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    How many comic operas begin with spinechilling chords and slithering chromatics in the eerie key of D minor, continue with a cold-blooded murder, and end with the hero’s consignment to hell? Don Giovanni, even more than Le nozze di Figaro and Così fan tutte, the other two dark-shaded opere buffe by Mozart and Da Ponte, slinks restlessly between comedy and tragedy.
  • 08
    Sunday June 2014

    Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    3:20 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Glyndebourne’s 80th-anniversary season opens with Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier, not seen at Glyndebourne since 1982, in a new staging by Richard Jones, with Robin Ticciati, the company’s new Music Director, conducting the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • 09
    Monday June 2014

    Debut Sounds

    The Will to Adorn

    7:30 PM, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London

    An evening of new and contemporary music featuring George Lewis's The Will to Adorn, Julian Anderson's Book of Hours and four world premieres from the 2013/14 Leverhulme Young Composers.
  • 11
    Wednesday June 2014

    Mozart: Don Giovanni

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:10 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    How many comic operas begin with spinechilling chords and slithering chromatics in the eerie key of D minor, continue with a cold-blooded murder, and end with the hero’s consignment to hell? Don Giovanni, even more than Le nozze di Figaro and Così fan tutte, the other two dark-shaded opere buffe by Mozart and Da Ponte, slinks restlessly between comedy and tragedy.
  • 12
    Thursday June 2014

    Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    4:35 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Glyndebourne’s 80th-anniversary season opens with Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier, not seen at Glyndebourne since 1982, in a new staging by Richard Jones, with Robin Ticciati, the company’s new Music Director, conducting the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • 13
    Friday June 2014

    Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:05 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    "It struck me as wild, and I made no reply," wrote Tchaikovsky in response to a friend’s proposal of Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin as an operatic subject. But the idea so gripped him that, within eight months, he transformed a revered master-work of Russian literature into the best-loved, and arguably greatest, of all Russian operas.
  • 14
    Saturday June 2014

    Mozart: Don Giovanni

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:10 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    How many comic operas begin with spinechilling chords and slithering chromatics in the eerie key of D minor, continue with a cold-blooded murder, and end with the hero’s consignment to hell? Don Giovanni, even more than Le nozze di Figaro and Così fan tutte, the other two dark-shaded opere buffe by Mozart and Da Ponte, slinks restlessly between comedy and tragedy.
  • 15
    Sunday June 2014

    Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    3:20 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Glyndebourne’s 80th-anniversary season opens with Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier, not seen at Glyndebourne since 1982, in a new staging by Richard Jones, with Robin Ticciati, the company’s new Music Director, conducting the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • 17
    Tuesday June 2014

    Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:05 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    "It struck me as wild, and I made no reply," wrote Tchaikovsky in response to a friend’s proposal of Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin as an operatic subject. But the idea so gripped him that, within eight months, he transformed a revered master-work of Russian literature into the best-loved, and arguably greatest, of all Russian operas.
  • 18
    Wednesday June 2014

    Mozart: Don Giovanni

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:10 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    How many comic operas begin with spinechilling chords and slithering chromatics in the eerie key of D minor, continue with a cold-blooded murder, and end with the hero’s consignment to hell? Don Giovanni, even more than Le nozze di Figaro and Così fan tutte, the other two dark-shaded opere buffe by Mozart and Da Ponte, slinks restlessly between comedy and tragedy.
  • 19
    Thursday June 2014

    Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    4:35 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Glyndebourne’s 80th-anniversary season opens with Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier, not seen at Glyndebourne since 1982, in a new staging by Richard Jones, with Robin Ticciati, the company’s new Music Director, conducting the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • 20
    Friday June 2014

    Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:05 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    "It struck me as wild, and I made no reply," wrote Tchaikovsky in response to a friend’s proposal of Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin as an operatic subject. But the idea so gripped him that, within eight months, he transformed a revered master-work of Russian literature into the best-loved, and arguably greatest, of all Russian operas.
  • 21
    Saturday June 2014

    Mozart: Don Giovanni

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:10 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    How many comic operas begin with spinechilling chords and slithering chromatics in the eerie key of D minor, continue with a cold-blooded murder, and end with the hero’s consignment to hell? Don Giovanni, even more than Le nozze di Figaro and Così fan tutte, the other two dark-shaded opere buffe by Mozart and Da Ponte, slinks restlessly between comedy and tragedy.
  • 22
    Sunday June 2014

    Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    3:20 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Glyndebourne’s 80th-anniversary season opens with Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier, not seen at Glyndebourne since 1982, in a new staging by Richard Jones, with Robin Ticciati, the company’s new Music Director, conducting the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • 24
    Tuesday June 2014

    Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin

    Glyndebourne Festival

    5:05 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    "It struck me as wild, and I made no reply," wrote Tchaikovsky in response to a friend’s proposal of Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin as an operatic subject. But the idea so gripped him that, within eight months, he transformed a revered master-work of Russian literature into the best-loved, and arguably greatest, of all Russian operas.
  • 26
    Thursday June 2014

    Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    4:35 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Glyndebourne’s 80th-anniversary season opens with Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier, not seen at Glyndebourne since 1982, in a new staging by Richard Jones, with Robin Ticciati, the company’s new Music Director, conducting the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • 27
    Friday June 2014

    Mozart: Don Giovanni

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:10 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    How many comic operas begin with spinechilling chords and slithering chromatics in the eerie key of D minor, continue with a cold-blooded murder, and end with the hero’s consignment to hell? Don Giovanni, even more than Le nozze di Figaro and Così fan tutte, the other two dark-shaded opere buffe by Mozart and Da Ponte, slinks restlessly between comedy and tragedy.
  • 29
    Sunday June 2014

    Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    3:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    "It struck me as wild, and I made no reply," wrote Tchaikovsky in response to a friend’s proposal of Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin as an operatic subject. But the idea so gripped him that, within eight months, he transformed a revered master-work of Russian literature into the best-loved, and arguably greatest, of all Russian operas.
  • 03
    Thursday July 2014

    Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    4:35 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Glyndebourne’s 80th-anniversary season opens with Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier, not seen at Glyndebourne since 1982, in a new staging by Richard Jones, with Robin Ticciati, the company’s new Music Director, conducting the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • 04
    Friday July 2014

    Mozart: Don Giovanni

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:10 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    How many comic operas begin with spinechilling chords and slithering chromatics in the eerie key of D minor, continue with a cold-blooded murder, and end with the hero’s consignment to hell? Don Giovanni, even more than Le nozze di Figaro and Così fan tutte, the other two dark-shaded opere buffe by Mozart and Da Ponte, slinks restlessly between comedy and tragedy.
  • 05
    Saturday July 2014

    Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:05 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    "It struck me as wild, and I made no reply," wrote Tchaikovsky in response to a friend’s proposal of Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin as an operatic subject. But the idea so gripped him that, within eight months, he transformed a revered master-work of Russian literature into the best-loved, and arguably greatest, of all Russian operas.
  • 08
    Tuesday July 2014

    Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:05 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    "It struck me as wild, and I made no reply," wrote Tchaikovsky in response to a friend’s proposal of Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin as an operatic subject. But the idea so gripped him that, within eight months, he transformed a revered master-work of Russian literature into the best-loved, and arguably greatest, of all Russian operas.
  • 09
    Wednesday July 2014

    Mozart: Don Giovanni

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:10 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    How many comic operas begin with spinechilling chords and slithering chromatics in the eerie key of D minor, continue with a cold-blooded murder, and end with the hero’s consignment to hell? Don Giovanni, even more than Le nozze di Figaro and Così fan tutte, the other two dark-shaded opere buffe by Mozart and Da Ponte, slinks restlessly between comedy and tragedy.
  • 11
    Friday July 2014

    Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:05 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    "It struck me as wild, and I made no reply," wrote Tchaikovsky in response to a friend’s proposal of Pushkin’s Eugene Onegin as an operatic subject. But the idea so gripped him that, within eight months, he transformed a revered master-work of Russian literature into the best-loved, and arguably greatest, of all Russian operas.
  • 13
    Sunday July 2014

    Mozart: Don Giovanni

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    3:55 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    How many comic operas begin with spinechilling chords and slithering chromatics in the eerie key of D minor, continue with a cold-blooded murder, and end with the hero’s consignment to hell? Don Giovanni, even more than Le nozze di Figaro and Così fan tutte, the other two dark-shaded opere buffe by Mozart and Da Ponte, slinks restlessly between comedy and tragedy.
  • 16
    Wednesday July 2014

    Mozart: Don Giovanni

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:10 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    How many comic operas begin with spinechilling chords and slithering chromatics in the eerie key of D minor, continue with a cold-blooded murder, and end with the hero’s consignment to hell? Don Giovanni, even more than Le nozze di Figaro and Così fan tutte, the other two dark-shaded opere buffe by Mozart and Da Ponte, slinks restlessly between comedy and tragedy.
  • 17
    Thursday July 2014

    Verdi: La traviata

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    During the 1850s, Verdi found himself increasingly drawn to stories of complex, ambiguous outsiders who challenge the limits of society. La traviata continues a series of intimate, personal ‘domestic’ operas by Verdi, including Luisa Miller, Stiffelio and Rigoletto.
  • 19
    Saturday July 2014

    Mozart: Don Giovanni

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:10 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    How many comic operas begin with spinechilling chords and slithering chromatics in the eerie key of D minor, continue with a cold-blooded murder, and end with the hero’s consignment to hell? Don Giovanni, even more than Le nozze di Figaro and Così fan tutte, the other two dark-shaded opere buffe by Mozart and Da Ponte, slinks restlessly between comedy and tragedy.
  • 20
    Sunday July 2014

    Verdi: La traviata

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    4:35 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    During the 1850s, Verdi found himself increasingly drawn to stories of complex, ambiguous outsiders who challenge the limits of society. La traviata continues a series of intimate, personal ‘domestic’ operas by Verdi, including Luisa Miller, Stiffelio and Rigoletto.
  • 22
    Tuesday July 2014

    BBC Proms: Der Rosenkavalier

    Glyndebourne Festival Opera

    6:30 PM, Royal Albert Hall, London

    From £14.00
    Glyndebourne’s new Music Director Robin Ticciati conducts an international cast, led by British soprano Kate Royal.
  • 24
    Thursday July 2014

    Verdi: La traviata

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    During the 1850s, Verdi found himself increasingly drawn to stories of complex, ambiguous outsiders who challenge the limits of society. La traviata continues a series of intimate, personal ‘domestic’ operas by Verdi, including Luisa Miller, Stiffelio and Rigoletto.
  • 25
    Friday July 2014

    Mozart: Don Giovanni

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:10 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    How many comic operas begin with spinechilling chords and slithering chromatics in the eerie key of D minor, continue with a cold-blooded murder, and end with the hero’s consignment to hell? Don Giovanni, even more than Le nozze di Figaro and Così fan tutte, the other two dark-shaded opere buffe by Mozart and Da Ponte, slinks restlessly between comedy and tragedy.
  • 27
    Sunday July 2014

    Verdi: La traviata

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    4:35 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    During the 1850s, Verdi found himself increasingly drawn to stories of complex, ambiguous outsiders who challenge the limits of society. La traviata continues a series of intimate, personal ‘domestic’ operas by Verdi, including Luisa Miller, Stiffelio and Rigoletto.
  • 29
    Tuesday July 2014

    Mozart: Don Giovanni

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:10 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    How many comic operas begin with spinechilling chords and slithering chromatics in the eerie key of D minor, continue with a cold-blooded murder, and end with the hero’s consignment to hell? Don Giovanni, even more than Le nozze di Figaro and Così fan tutte, the other two dark-shaded opere buffe by Mozart and Da Ponte, slinks restlessly between comedy and tragedy.
  • 30
    Wednesday July 2014

    Verdi: La traviata

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    During the 1850s, Verdi found himself increasingly drawn to stories of complex, ambiguous outsiders who challenge the limits of society. La traviata continues a series of intimate, personal ‘domestic’ operas by Verdi, including Luisa Miller, Stiffelio and Rigoletto.
  • 01
    Friday August 2014

    Mozart: Don Giovanni

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:10 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    How many comic operas begin with spinechilling chords and slithering chromatics in the eerie key of D minor, continue with a cold-blooded murder, and end with the hero’s consignment to hell? Don Giovanni, even more than Le nozze di Figaro and Così fan tutte, the other two dark-shaded opere buffe by Mozart and Da Ponte, slinks restlessly between comedy and tragedy.
  • 02
    Saturday August 2014

    Verdi: La traviata

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    During the 1850s, Verdi found himself increasingly drawn to stories of complex, ambiguous outsiders who challenge the limits of society. La traviata continues a series of intimate, personal ‘domestic’ operas by Verdi, including Luisa Miller, Stiffelio and Rigoletto.
  • 05
    Tuesday August 2014

    Verdi: La traviata

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    During the 1850s, Verdi found himself increasingly drawn to stories of complex, ambiguous outsiders who challenge the limits of society. La traviata continues a series of intimate, personal ‘domestic’ operas by Verdi, including Luisa Miller, Stiffelio and Rigoletto.
  • 08
    Friday August 2014

    Verdi: La traviata

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    During the 1850s, Verdi found himself increasingly drawn to stories of complex, ambiguous outsiders who challenge the limits of society. La traviata continues a series of intimate, personal ‘domestic’ operas by Verdi, including Luisa Miller, Stiffelio and Rigoletto.
  • 10
    Sunday August 2014

    Verdi: La traviata

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    4:35 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    During the 1850s, Verdi found himself increasingly drawn to stories of complex, ambiguous outsiders who challenge the limits of society. La traviata continues a series of intimate, personal ‘domestic’ operas by Verdi, including Luisa Miller, Stiffelio and Rigoletto.
  • 13
    Wednesday August 2014

    Verdi: La traviata

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    During the 1850s, Verdi found himself increasingly drawn to stories of complex, ambiguous outsiders who challenge the limits of society. La traviata continues a series of intimate, personal ‘domestic’ operas by Verdi, including Luisa Miller, Stiffelio and Rigoletto.
  • 15
    Friday August 2014

    Brief Encounter

    Film screening with live soundtrack

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £45.00
    See David Lean's account of a romantic affair accompanied by live music from the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • 16
    Saturday August 2014

    Verdi: La traviata

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    During the 1850s, Verdi found himself increasingly drawn to stories of complex, ambiguous outsiders who challenge the limits of society. La traviata continues a series of intimate, personal ‘domestic’ operas by Verdi, including Luisa Miller, Stiffelio and Rigoletto.
  • 18
    Monday August 2014

    Edinburgh International Festival

    Lindberg, Bartók and Beethoven with Vladimir Jurowski

    8:00 PM, Usher Hall, Edinburgh

    Colour, heroism and boundless power come together in this compelling concert at the Edinburgh International Festival.
  • 20
    Wednesday August 2014

    Verdi: La traviata

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    During the 1850s, Verdi found himself increasingly drawn to stories of complex, ambiguous outsiders who challenge the limits of society. La traviata continues a series of intimate, personal ‘domestic’ operas by Verdi, including Luisa Miller, Stiffelio and Rigoletto.
  • 22
    Friday August 2014

    Brief Encounter

    Film screening with live soundtrack

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £45.00
    See David Lean's account of a romantic affair accompanied by live music from the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • 23
    Saturday August 2014

    Verdi: La traviata

    Glyndebourne Festival 2014

    5:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    During the 1850s, Verdi found himself increasingly drawn to stories of complex, ambiguous outsiders who challenge the limits of society. La traviata continues a series of intimate, personal ‘domestic’ operas by Verdi, including Luisa Miller, Stiffelio and Rigoletto.
  • 28
    Thursday August 2014

    BBC Proms: Holst, Schoenberg and Scriabin

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts

    7:30 PM, Royal Albert Hall, London

    From £7.50
    20th-century music takes three contrasting paths here in masterpieces by Holst, Schoenberg and Scriabin.
  • 29
    Friday August 2014

    Brief Encounter

    Film screening with live soundtrack

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £45.00
    See David Lean's account of a romantic affair accompanied by live music from the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • 30
    Saturday August 2014

    Santander International Festival

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts Dvořák and Tchaikovsky

    8:30 PM, Sala Argenta. Palacio de Festivales , Santander

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts Tchaikovsky's Pathétique Symphony and Dvořák's Cello Concerto in Spain
  • 31
    Sunday August 2014

    Santander International Festival

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts Beethoven, Bartók and Lindberg

    8:30 PM, Sala Argenta. Palacio de Festivales , Santander

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts Beethoven, Bartók and Linberg in Spain
  • 04
    Thursday September 2014

    Palacongressi di Rimini

    Dvořák and Brahms with Jurowski

    9:00 PM, Palacongressi di Rimini, Rimini

  • 05
    Friday September 2014

    Kursaal, Merano

    Dvořák and Brahms with Vladimir Jurowski

    8:30 PM, Kursaal, Merano

  • 15
    Monday September 2014

    IGUDESMAN & JOO: BIG Nightmare Music

    IGUDESMAN & JOO’s musical madness on a symphonic scale

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £16.00
    Irrepressible classical comedy duo Igudesman and Joo performs the UK premiere of their live comedy show with full orchestra: BIG Nightmare Music. Transforming well-loved classical works with their own unique twist, you’ll never hear these pieces in the same way again!
  • 17
    Wednesday September 2014

    IGUDESMAN & JOO: BIG Nightmare Music

    Live and Local

    7:30 PM, Symphony Hall, Birmingham

    From £15.00
    Irrepressible classical comedy duo IGUDESMAN & JOO perform their live comedy show with full orchestra: BIG Nightmare Music. Transforming well-loved classical works with their own unique twist, you’ll never hear these pieces in the same way again!
  • 18
    Thursday September 2014

    IGUDESMAN & JOO: BIG Nightmare Music

    Live and Local

    7:30 PM, Town Hall, Leeds

    From £15.00
    Irrepressible classical comedy duo IGUDESMAN & JOO perform their live comedy show with full orchestra: BIG Nightmare Music. Transforming well-loved classical works with their own unique twist, you’ll never hear these pieces in the same way again!
  • 19
    Friday September 2014

    IGUDESMAN & JOO: BIG Nightmare Music

    Live and Local

    7:30 PM, Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

    From £15.00
    Irrepressible classical comedy duo IGUDESMAN & JOO perform their live comedy show with full orchestra: BIG Nightmare Music. Transforming well-loved classical works with their own unique twist, you’ll never hear these pieces in the same way again!
  • 21
    Sunday September 2014

    Saffron Hall: Mozart, Vaughan Williams, Brahms

    The inaugural concert in Saffron Hall's 2014-15 Season

    7:30 PM, Saffron Hall, Saffron Walden

    From £16.00
    The London Philharmonic Orchestra are joined by Principal Conductor, Vladimir Jurowski, and acclaimed tenor, Ian Bostridge, in the inaugural concert of Saffron Hall's 2014-15 season. This concert marks Saffron Hall's first performance by a symphony orchestra, and the London Philharmonic Orchestra's first outing at this exciting new venue.
  • 24
    Wednesday September 2014

    Shostakovich’s vision of war

    Jurowski conducts Shostakovich, Prokofiev and Lindberg

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    Jurowski conducts the opening concert of the 2014/15 season, including Shostakovich’s magnificently charged Symphony No. 8, and new Composer in Residence Magnus Lindberg’s Chorale.
  • 27
    Saturday September 2014

    Brighton Residency: Rachmaninoff and Prokofiev

    An evening of Russian music led by Vladimir Jurowski

    7:30 PM, Brighton Dome, Brighton

    From £10.00
    LPO Principal Conductor and Artistic Advisor Vladimir Jurowski takes the spirit of our year-long festival, Rachmaninoff: Inside Out to Brighton Dome.
  • 29
    Monday September 2014

    Meistersingerhalle, Nürnberg

    The LPO on tour in Germany

    8:00 PM, Meistersingerhalle , Nürnberg

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts a programme of Rachmaninoff and Brahms.
  • 30
    Tuesday September 2014

    Frankfurt Alte Oper

    The LPO on tour in Frankfurt

    8:00 PM, Frankfurt Alte Oper, Frankfurt

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts a programme of Brahms and Rachmaninoff
  • 01
    Wednesday October 2014

    Auditorio Nacional de Musica, Madrid

    The LPO on tour in Madrid

    7:30 PM, Auditorio Nacional de Musica, Madrid

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts a programme of Rachmaninoff and Brahms
  • 02
    Thursday October 2014

    Auditorio Nacional de Musica, Madrid

    The LPO on tour in Madrid

    7:30 PM, Auditorio Nacional de Musica, Madrid

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts a programme of Dvořák and Rachmaninoff
  • 03
    Friday October 2014

    Rachmaninoff: Inside Out

    The spirit of Russia

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    The first concert works as part of our year-long Rachmaninoff festival, Rachmaninoff: Inside Out are the joyous First Piano Concerto and evocative Symphonic Dances that so capture the spirit of Rachmaninoff's Russia.
  • 05
    Sunday October 2014

    Eastbourne Residency: Dvořák, Rachmaninoff and Tchaikovsky

    Powerful Russian music led by Vladimir Jurowski

    3:00 PM, Congress Theatre, Eastbourne

    From £13.00
    LPO Principal Conductor and Artistic Advisor Vladimir Jurowski leads the Orchestra in the first concert of the 2014/15 season at Eastbourne's Congress Theatre.
  • 09
    Thursday October 2014

    Santa Barbara, USA

    Jurowski conducts works by Dvorak, Prokofiev and Tchaikovsky

    8:00 PM, The Granada Theatre, Santa Barbara

  • 10
    Friday October 2014

    Valley Performing Arts Center, Northridge

    Jurowski conducts works by Dvorak, Prokofiev and Tchaikovsky

    8:00 PM, Valley Performing Arts Center, Northridge

  • 24
    Friday October 2014

    Private Members Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at the Royal Festival Hall

    10:30 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors and Thomas Beecham Group patrons can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal of the evening's repertoire at the Royal Festival Hall.
  • 24
    Friday October 2014

    Turbulent Tchaikovsky and poised Beethoven

    Pires performs Beethoven’s Triple Concerto

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    Jukka-Pekka Saraste conducts the Orchestra in a stirring concert including Tchaikovsky’s heart-felt Symphony No. 5, balanced by Beethoven’s beautifully poised Triple Concerto.
  • 26
    Sunday October 2014

    FUNharmonics: The Toad and the Snail

    A concert and activities for all the family

    12:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £10.00
    Hear Roald Dahl’s hilarious masterpiece of absurd verse, The Toad and the Snail brought to life! Plus join in with musical workshops throughout the day.
  • 29
    Wednesday October 2014

    Rachmaninoff: Inside Out

    Kolesnikov performs Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 3

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    Vassily Sinaisky leads the Orchestra in a concert including Rachmaninoff’s emotionally powerful Symphony No. 2, while Pavel Kolesnikov joins us to perform Rachmaninoff’s imposing Piano Concerto No. 3.
  • 01
    Saturday November 2014

    Resurrection

    Orozco-Estrada conducts Mahler’s Symphony No. 2

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    Andrés Orozco-Estrada conducts the London Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir in a performance of Mahler’s emotionally turbulent Symphony No. 2, Resurrection.
  • 05
    Wednesday November 2014

    Folklore and legend

    Vänskä conducts Sibelius

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    Sibelius expert Osmo Vänskä leads the Orchestra in an all-Sibelius programme, including his virtuosic Violin Concerto, performed by Alexandra Soumm.
  • 07
    Friday November 2014

    Private Members Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at the Royal Festival Hall

    10:30 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors and Thomas Beecham Group patrons can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal of the evening's repertoire at the Royal Festival Hall.
  • 07
    Friday November 2014

    Rachmaninoff: Inside Out

    Lugansky performs Rachmaninoff’s Fourth Piano Concerto

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    Nikolai Lugansky performs Rachmaninoff’s lyrical Piano Concerto No. 4, contrasting with the icy delicacy of Tchaikovsky’s First Symphony, Winter Daydreams.
  • 09
    Sunday November 2014

    Remembrance Sunday

    Richard Cooke conducts Britten's War Requiem

    3:30 PM, Royal Albert Hall, London

    From £17.29
    On Remembrance Sunday 2014, to mark the centenary of the First World War, the Royal Choral Society will perform Britten's War Requiem.
  • 12
    Wednesday November 2014

    Colourful French favourites

    The Labèque sisters play Poulenc

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    The Labèque sisters join the LPO for an all-French programme, including Poulenc’s Concerto for two pianos and orchestra, and Debussy’s surging orchestral scene La mer.
  • 14
    Friday November 2014

    Music in the Library

    Join us to examine some original scores at The British Library.

    2:30 PM, The British Library, London

    From £12.50
    Friends of the LPO can join us for a behind-the-scenes experience at The British Library, with a chance to look at some original scores and hear an introduction by the Library's Head of Music, Richard Chesser.
  • 15
    Saturday November 2014

    Bath Mozartfest: Glinka, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff

    A feast of Russian music to close the 2014 Bath Mozartfest

    7:30 PM, The Forum, Bath

    From £10.00

    The London Philharmonic Orchestra is joined by celebrated conductor, Vassily Sinaisky, and German Virtuoso violinist, Christian Tetzlaff in the closing concert of this year's Bath Mozartfest.

  • 19
    Wednesday November 2014

    Private Members Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at the Royal Festival Hall

    10:30 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors and Thomas Beecham Group patrons can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal of the evening's repertoire at the Royal Festival Hall.
  • 19
    Wednesday November 2014

    New beginnings

    Nézet-Séguin conducts Brahms and Strauss

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    Conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin is sure to dazzle with this programme including Schubert’s Symphony No. 8 (Unfinished) and Brahms’s Piano Concerto No. 2.
  • 21
    Friday November 2014

    Konzerthaus, Dortmund

    The LPO on tour in Dortmund

    8:00 PM, Konzerthaus, Dortmund

    Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts a programme of Brahms, Schubert and Strauss
  • 22
    Saturday November 2014

    Philharmonie, Essen

    The LPO on tour in Essen

    8:00 PM, Philharmonie, Essen

    Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts a programme of Brahms, Schubert and Strauss
  • 23
    Sunday November 2014

    Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden

    The LPO on tour in Baden-Baden

    6:00 PM, Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden

    Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts a programme of Brahms, Schubert and Strauss
  • 28
    Friday November 2014

    Private Members Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at the Royal Festival Hall

    10:30 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors and Thomas Beecham Group patrons can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal of the evening's repertoire at the Royal Festival Hall.
  • 28
    Friday November 2014

    Rachmaninoff: Inside Out

    Abduraimov performs Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    Young talent Behzod Abduraimov takes the stage to perform Rachmaninoff’s spectacularly virtuosic Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini.
  • 29
    Saturday November 2014

    Brighton Residency: Beethoven and Brahms

    'High on the mountain, deep in the valley'

    7:30 PM, Brighton Dome, Brighton

    From £10.00
    Outstanding young conductor Aziz Shokhakimov leads the Orchestra in a performance of Brahms's anguished Symphony No. 1, while Dmitri Berlinsky takes the stage to perform Beethoven's Violin Concerto.
  • 30
    Sunday November 2014

    Eastbourne Residency: Beethoven and Brahms

    'High on the mountain, deep in the valley, I greet you'

    3:00 PM, Congress Theatre, Eastbourne

    From £13.00
    Outstanding young conductor Aziz Shokhakimov leads the Orchestra in a performance of Brahms's anguished Symphony No. 1, while Dmitri Berlinsky takes the stage to perform Beethoven's Violin Concerto.
  • 03
    Wednesday December 2014

    Private Members Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at the Royal Festival Hall

    10:30 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors and Thomas Beecham Group patrons can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal of the evening's repertoire at the Royal Festival Hall.
  • 03
    Wednesday December 2014

    Free pre-concert event

    Professor Stephen Downes

    6:15 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Professor Stephen Downes, a specialist in 20th-century music, looks at the often overlooked influence of Scriabin.
  • 03
    Wednesday December 2014

    Rachmaninoff: Inside Out

    Rachmaninoff and his contemporaries

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    Vladimir Jurowski conducts Rachmaninoff’s tragic Symphony No. 1, while Igor Levit shines in Rachmaninoff’s classmate Scriabin’s Piano Concerto.
  • 06
    Saturday December 2014

    Ballet and birdsong

    Jurowski conducts Stravinsky and Messiaen

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    Jurowski leads the Orchestra in a performance of Stravinsky’s refined ballet Orpheus and Messiaen’s birdsong-inspired Oiseaux exotiques.
  • 06
    Saturday December 2014

    Free post-concert event

    Sir Harrison Birtwistle in conversation

    9:40 PM, Green Side Level 4 Bar, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Talk hosted by Gillian Moore with Sir Harrison Birtwistle and joined by LPO Principal Conductor and Artistic Advisor Vladimir Jurowski.
  • 08
    Monday December 2014

    Philharmonie, Cologne

    The LPO on tour in Germany

    8:00 PM, Philharmonie, Cologne

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts a programme of Dvořák, Shostakovich and Tchaikovsky
  • 09
    Tuesday December 2014

    Liederhalle, Stuttgart

    The LPO on tour in Germany

    8:00 PM, Liederhalle, Stuttgart

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts a programme of Dvořák, Shostakovich and Tchaikovsky
  • 10
    Wednesday December 2014

    Konzerthaus, Freiburg

    The LPO on tour in Germany

    8:00 PM, Konzerthaus, Freiburg

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts a programme of Dvořák, Shostakovich and Tchaikovsky
  • 11
    Thursday December 2014

    Gasteig, Munich

    The LPO on tour in Germany

    8:00 PM, Gasteig, Munich

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts a programme of Dvořák, Shostakovich and Tchaikovsky
  • 12
    Friday December 2014

    Graf Zeppelin Haus, Friedrichshafen

    The LPO on tour in Germany

    8:00 PM, Graf Zeppelin Haus, Friedrichshafen

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts a programme of Dvořák, Shostakovich and Tchaikovsky
  • 14
    Sunday December 2014

    Laeiszhalle, Hamburg

    The LPO on tour in Germany

    7:30 PM, Laeiszhalle, Hamburg

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts a programme of Dvořák, Shostakovich and Tchaikovsky
  • 15
    Monday December 2014

    Congress Centrum, Hannover

    The LPO on tour in Germany

    7:30 PM, Congress Centrum, Hannover

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts a programme of Tchaikovsky
  • 18
    Thursday December 2014

    HARPA, Reykjavik, Iceland

    The LPO on tour in Iceland

    7:30 PM, HARPA, Reykjavik

    Osmo Vänskä conducts a programme of Vaughan Williams, Beethoven and Tchaikovsky
  • 19
    Friday December 2014

    HARPA, Reykjavik, Iceland

    The LPO on tour in Iceland

    7:30 PM, HARPA, Reykjavik

    Osmo Vänskä conducts a programme of Vaughan Williams, Beethoven and Tchaikovsky
  • 30
    Tuesday December 2014

    Guangzhou, The LPO on Tour in China

    Sinaisky conducts works by Tchaikovsky and Chopin

    8:00 PM, Guangzhou Opera House, Guangzhou

  • 31
    Wednesday December 2014

    Guangzhou Opera House, The LPO on Tour in China

    Sinaisky conducts works by Tchaikovsky and Chopin

    8:00 PM, Guangzhou Opera House, Guangzhou

  • 01
    Thursday January 2015

    Shenzhen Concert Hall, The LPO on Tour in China

    Sinaisky conducts works by Tchaikovsky and Chopin

    8:00 PM, Shenzhen Concert Hall, Shenzhen

  • 03
    Saturday January 2015

    Shanghai Symphony Hall, The LPO on Tour in China

    Sinaisky conducts works by Tchaikovsky and Chopin

    7:30 PM, Shanghai Symphony Hall, Shanghai

  • 04
    Sunday January 2015

    Shanghai Symphony Hall, The LPO on Tour in China

    Sinaisky conducts works by Glinka, Saint-Saëns and Tchaikovsky

    7:30 PM, Shanghai Symphony Hall, Shanghai

  • 06
    Tuesday January 2015

    National Centre for the Performing Arts, Beijing, The LPO on Tour in China

    Sinaisky conducts works by Tchaikovsky and Chopin

    7:30 PM, National Centre for the Performing Arts, Beijing, Beijing

  • 17
    Saturday January 2015

    Brighton Residency: Humperdinck, Chopin and Dvořák

    British conductor Rory Macdonald conducts classical favourites

    7:30 PM, Brighton Dome, Brighton

    From £10.00
    Enjoy Dvořák's rousing Eighth Symphony, performed here with Chopin's glittering Piano Concerto No. 2 and Humperdinck's Hansel and Gretel Prelude.
  • 21
    Wednesday January 2015

    Free pre-concert event

    Annabel Arden & Vladimir Jurowski

    6:15 PM, Royal Festival Hall

    Director Annabel Arden and Vladimir Jurowski discuss this semi-staging of The Miserley Knight.
  • 21
    Wednesday January 2015

    Rachmaninoff: Inside Out

    The Miserly Knight

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    Join the LPO for a rare semi-staged performance of Rachmaninoff’s opera The Miserly Knight, conducted by Vladimir Jurowski.
  • 24
    Saturday January 2015

    Private Members Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at the Royal Festival Hall

    10:30 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors and Thomas Beecham Group patrons can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal of the evening's repertoire at the Royal Festival Hall.
  • 24
    Saturday January 2015

    Passion and grace

    Jurowski conducts Verdi’s Requiem

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    The London Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir perform Verdi’s hard-hitting expression of grief, faith and judgement: his Requiem.
  • 28
    Wednesday January 2015

    Free pre-concert event

    Magnus Lindberg

    6:15 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    New Composer in Residence Magnus Lindberg talks about his new role with the Orchestra and his latest work premiered this evening.
  • 28
    Wednesday January 2015

    Flight of the spirit

    Barbara Hannigan performs new music from Magnus Lindberg

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    Star soprano Barbara Hannigan takes the stage to perform the world premiere of Magnus Lindberg’s Accused: three interrogations for soprano & orchestra.
  • 30
    Friday January 2015

    Auditorio Nacional de Musica, Madrid

    The LPO on tour in Madrid

    10:30 PM, Auditorio Nacional de Musica, Madrid

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts Verdi's Requiem
  • 31
    Saturday January 2015

    Auditorio Nacional de Musica, Madrid

    The LPO on tour in Madrid

    10:30 PM, Auditorio Nacional de Musica, Madrid

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts a programme of Wagner, Shostakovich and Tchaikovsky
  • 01
    Sunday February 2015

    Auditorio Baluarte, Pamplona

    The LPO on tour in Pamplona

    7:00 PM, Auditorio Baluarte, Pamplona

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts Verdi's Requiem
  • 03
    Tuesday February 2015

    Théâtre des Champs Elysées, Paris

    The LPO on tour in Paris

    8:00 PM, Théâtre des Champs Elysées, Paris

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts Verdi's Requiem
  • 07
    Saturday February 2015

    Rachmaninoff: Inside Out

    Rebirth and renewal

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    Baritone Andrei Bondarenko joins the Orchestra to perform Rachmaninoff’s Three Russian Songs and his Spring cantata. Concluding is Enescu’s brooding Symphony No. 3.
  • 08
    Sunday February 2015

    The Pied Piper of Hamelin

    A family concert

    12:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £10.00
    Join the LPO for a performance of The Pied Piper of Hamelin, with words by Michael Morpurgo and music by Colin Matthews.
  • 11
    Wednesday February 2015

    Private Members Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at the Royal Festival Hall

    10:30 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors and Thomas Beecham Group patrons can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal of the evening's repertoire at the Royal Festival Hall.
  • 11
    Wednesday February 2015

    Rachmaninoff: Inside Out

    Jorge Luis Prats performs Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 2

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    Jorge Luis Prats performs the solo of Rachmaninoff’s renowned Piano Concerto No. 2, while Vasily Petrenko leads Rachmaninoff’s vast choral symphony, The Bells.
  • 13
    Friday February 2015

    Free pre-concert event

    Vasily Petrenko

    6:15 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Vasily Petrenko in discussion with Edward Seckerson.
  • 13
    Friday February 2015

    Rachmaninoff: Inside Out

    Rachmaninoff and Shostakovich

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    Vasily Petrenko conducts Shostakovich’s imposing Symphony No. 4, while Alexander Ghindin joins the Orchestra to perform Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 4.
  • 17
    Tuesday February 2015

    De Oosterpoort, Groningen

    The LPO on tour in Groningen

    8:15 PM, De Oosterpoort, Groningen

    Marin Alsop conducts a programme of Beethoven
  • 18
    Wednesday February 2015

    Tivoli Vredenburg, Utrecht

    The LPO on tour in Utrecht

    8:15 PM, Tivoli Vredenburg, Utrecht

    Marin Alsop conducts a programme of Beethoven
  • 19
    Thursday February 2015

    Muziek Gebouw Frits Philips, Eindhoven

    The LPO on tour in Eindhoven

    8:15 PM, Muziek Gebouw Frits Philips, Eindhoven

    Marin Alsop conducts a programme of Beethoven
  • 20
    Friday February 2015

    Concertgebouw, Bruges

    The LPO on tour in Bruges

    8:00 PM, Concertgebouw, Bruges

    Marin Alsop conducts a programme of Beethoven
  • 21
    Saturday February 2015

    Alsop conducts Beethoven

    An evening dedicated to one of history’s most influential composers.

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    Marin Alsop conducts an all-Beethoven concert, including his enlightening Symphony No. 7, and poised Piano Concerto No. 3.
  • 22
    Sunday February 2015

    Eastbourne Residency: Borodin, Tchaikovsky and Dvořák

    Hear the African-American influences on Dvořák's Symphony No. 9

    3:00 PM, Congress Theatre, Eastbourne

    From £13.00
    Brilliant violinist Tamsin Waley-Cohen joins the Orchestra to perform Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto, while the programme also includes Dvořák's Symphony No. 9 'From the New World'.
  • 25
    Wednesday February 2015

    Dazzling virtuosity

    Followed by Beethoven’s most famous symphony of all

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    Rising star violinist Ray Chen performs Mendelssohn’s glorious Violin Concerto, while the concert concludes with Beethoven’s fateful Symphony No. 5.
  • 03
    Tuesday March 2015

    İş Sanat, Arts and Culture Centre, Istanbul

    The LPO on tour in Istanbul

    8:00 PM, İş Sanat, Arts and Culture Centre, Istanbul

    Christoph Eschenbach conducts a programme of Beethoven, Schumann and Mendelssohn
  • 06
    Friday March 2015

    Congress Center Rosengarten, Mannheim

    The LPO on Tour in Mannheim

    8:00 PM, Congress Center Rosengarten, Mannheim

    Christoph Eschenbach conducts a programme of Beethoven, Schumann and Mendelssohn
  • 11
    Wednesday March 2015

    Private Members Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at the Royal Festival Hall

    10:30 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors and Thomas Beecham Group patrons can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal of the evening's repertoire at the Royal Festival Hall.
  • 11
    Wednesday March 2015

    Enduring English treasures

    Manze conducts Elgar, Ireland and Walton

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    Andrew Manze conducts an evening of British music, including Walton’s Symphony No. 1 and Elgar’s Introduction and Allegro.
  • 14
    Saturday March 2015

    Free pre-concert event

    Julian Anderson

    6:15 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Julian Anderson discusses his new Violin Concerto.
  • 14
    Saturday March 2015

    Jurowski conducts Ravel and Anderson

    A classic Greek love story and a world premiere

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    Jurowski leads the Orchestra in a performance of Ravel’s passionate ballet Daphnis et Chloé, while Carolin Widmann performs the world premiere of Anderson’s Violin Concerto.
  • 15
    Sunday March 2015

    Eastbourne Residency: Beethoven, Haydn, Mozart and Rossini

    Daniel Smith conducts a programme of classical favourites

    3:00 PM, Congress Theatre, Eastbourne

    From £13.00
    Three works of consummate perfection from the composers who effectively created what we now know as ‘the symphony’.
  • 21
    Saturday March 2015

    Contemporaries Champagne Saturday

    Enjoy a private rehearsal and a glass of fizz at the Royal Festival Hall

    10:00 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £10.00
    Executive and Executive Plus Contemporaries can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal of the evening's repertoire at the Royal Festival Hall, followed by a glass of champagne.
  • 21
    Saturday March 2015

    Free pre-concert event

    Dame Monica Mason

    6:15 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Dame Monica Mason, former Director of the Royal Ballet, discusses the Golden Age of Russian Ballet.
  • 21
    Saturday March 2015

    Jurowski conducts Russian ballet scores

    Plus new orchestral soundscapes from Magnus Lindberg

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    Jurowski conducts the Orchestra in a performance of Stravinsky’s evocative Petrushka, contrasting with the lush piano-orchestral soundscape of Lindberg’s Piano Concerto No. 2.
  • 21
    Saturday March 2015

    Free post-concert event

    Lindberg, Jurowski & Bronfman in discussion

    9:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    The artists from tonight's performance, Vladimir Jurowski and Yefim Bronfman, in discussion with LPO Composer in Residence Magnus Lindberg.
  • 25
    Wednesday March 2015

    Private Members Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at the Royal Festival Hall

    10:30 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors and Thomas Beecham Group patrons can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal of the evening's repertoire at the Royal Festival Hall.
  • 25
    Wednesday March 2015

    Supporters' Lunch

    Join us at our annual lunch to celebrate your support of the Orchestra.

    1:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £25.00
    Principal Friends, Benefactors and Thomas Beecham Group patrons are invited to join us for a delicious lunch in celebration of their support for the LPO.
  • 25
    Wednesday March 2015

    Free pre-concert event

    GCSE students

    6:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    LPO musicians have been working with GCSE students from south-east London to explore the music of Rachmaninoff. They will perform their own new works for ensemble.
  • 25
    Wednesday March 2015

    Rachmaninoff: Inside Out

    Mayboroda performs Rachmaninoff’s First Piano Concerto

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    Dynamic young conductor Ilyich Rivas conducts the Orchestra in Dvořák’s blissful Symphony No. 8, while Dmitry Mayboroda joins the Orchestra to perform Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 1.
  • 27
    Friday March 2015

    Private Members Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at the Royal Festival Hall

    10:30 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors and Thomas Beecham Group patrons can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal of the evening's repertoire at the Royal Festival Hall.
  • 27
    Friday March 2015

    Free pre-concert event

    In Harmony Lambeth

    6:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    The young musicians of In Harmony Lambeth and musicians from the LPO present a joint performance.
  • 27
    Friday March 2015

    Evocative Russian classics

    from Tchaikovsky and Rimsky-Korsakov

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    Jaime Martín conducts Rimsky-Korsakov’s great piece of musical storytelling, Scheherazade, and a new work by Titanic composer James Horner.
  • 28
    Saturday March 2015

    Brighton Residency: Tchaikovsky, Elgar and Rimsky-Korsakov

    Orchestral storytelling with Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade

    7:30 PM, Brighton Dome, Brighton

    From £10.00
    Former LPO Principal Flute Jaime Martín conducts the Orchestra in a dramatic programme including Rimsky-Korsakov's evocative Scheherazade and Elgar's Cello Concerto, performed here by brilliant cellist Andreas Brantelid.
  • 29
    Sunday March 2015

    Eastbourne Residency: Tchaikovsky, Elgar and Rimsky-Korsakov

    Orchestral storytelling with Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade

    3:00 PM, Congress Theatre, Eastbourne

    From £13.00
    Former LPO Principal Flute Jaime Martín conducts the Orchestra in a dramatic programme including Rimsky-Korsakov's evocative Scheherazade and Elgar's Cello Concerto, performed here by brilliant cellist Andreas Brantelid.
  • 12
    Sunday April 2015

    Eastbourne Residency: Elgar, Mendelssohn and Beethoven

    Energetic classical favourites led by Domingo Hindoyan

    3:00 PM, Congress Theatre, Eastbourne

    From £13.00
    Enjoy some of the best-loved works in the repertoire including Beethoven's Symphony No. 7 and Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto.
  • 15
    Wednesday April 2015

    Ticciati conducts Beethoven and Bruckner

    Javier Perianes performs Beethoven’s Fourth Piano Concerto

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    Respected pianist Menahem Pressler performs Beethoven’s elegant Piano Concerto No. 4, while Robin Ticciati conducts the Orchestra in Bruckner’s ‘Romantic’ Symphony No. 4.
  • 17
    Friday April 2015

    Free pre-concert event

    Richard Langham Smith

    6:15 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    French music expert Richard Langham Smith explores the music of Edouard Lalo.
  • 17
    Friday April 2015

    ‘High on the mountain, deep in the valley’

    Omer Meir Wellber conducts Brahms

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    The LPO perform Brahms’s soaring, heartfelt First Symphony, and works by Debussy and Lalo.
  • 19
    Sunday April 2015

    Reading Hexagon: Delius, Elgar & Brahms

    'High on the mountain, deep in the valley, I greet you'

    7:30 PM, The Hexagon, Reading

    From £6.00
    Former LPO Principal Flute Jaime Martín conducts the Orchestra in a programme which includes Brahms's anguished and radiant Symphony No.1 and Elgar's fearsome Cello Concerto, performed here by rising star Andreas Brantelid.
  • 20
    Monday April 2015

    Songs of the Paradise Saloon

    Featuring Alison Balsom, Live and Local

    7:30 PM, The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester

    From £17.00
    Classic BRIT Award Winner Alison Balsom joins the LPO for an evening of American-influenced music.
  • 21
    Tuesday April 2015

    Songs of the Paradise Saloon

    Featuring Alison Balsom, Live and Local

    7:30 PM, Victoria Hall, Stoke-on-Trent

    From £17.50
    Classic BRIT Award Winner Alison Balsom joins the LPO for an evening of American-influenced music.
  • 22
    Wednesday April 2015

    Songs of the Paradise Saloon

    Featuring Alison Balsom, Live and Local

    7:30 PM, Town Hall, Leeds

    From £15.00
    Classic BRIT Award Winner Alison Balsom joins the LPO for an evening of American-influenced music.
  • 25
    Saturday April 2015

    Private Members Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at the Royal Festival Hall

    10:30 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors and Thomas Beecham Group patrons can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal of the evening's repertoire at the Royal Festival Hall.
  • 25
    Saturday April 2015

    Free pre-concert event

    Guide to the organ

    6:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    William McVicker presents a guide to the organ, in celebration of the recent restoration of the Royal Festival Hall's organ.
  • 25
    Saturday April 2015

    Evocative choral Janáček

    Netopil conducts Wagner, Beethoven & Janáček

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    The London Philharmonic Choir perform Janáček’s nature-inspired Glagolitic Mass, while the Orchestra comes into its own to perform works by Beethoven and Wagner.
  • 29
    Wednesday April 2015

    Private Members Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at the Royal Festival Hall

    2:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors and Thomas Beecham Group patrons can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal of the evening's repertoire at the Royal Festival Hall.
  • 29
    Wednesday April 2015

    Free pre-concert event

    Vladimir Jurowski

    6:15 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Vladimir Jurowski and David Nice discuss Rachmaninoff’s legacy and the arrangements of his songs by Jurowski's grandfather, heard in tonight's concert.    
  • 29
    Wednesday April 2015

    Rachmaninoff: Inside Out

    Jurowski conducts Rachmaninoff’s final symphony

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    Vladimir Jurowski conducts an all-Rachmaninoff programme including his grief-laden Symphony No. 3, and an orchestral adaptation of four of his piano works.
  • 01
    Friday May 2015

    Symphonie fantastique

    Guerrero conducts Berlioz

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £8.00
    Closing the 2014/15 season is Berlioz’s passionate and witty Symphonie fantastique and Dvořák’s Cello Concerto, performed by rising star Narek Hakhnazaryan.
  • 02
    Saturday May 2015

    Songs of the Paradise Saloon

    Featuring Alison Balsom, Live and Local

    7:30 PM, De Montfort Hall, Leicester

    From £15.00
    Classic BRIT Award Winner Alison Balsom joins the LPO for an evening of American-influenced music.
  • 03
    Sunday May 2015

    FUNharmonics: America

    A concert and activities for all the family

    12:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £10.00
    Hold onto your hats! FUNharmonics is off to America! Join the LPO for an all-American concert and take part in a number of musical workshops throughout the day.
  • 06
    Wednesday May 2015

    Behind the Scenes at Henry Wood Hall

    Join us for a closer look at the life of the Orchestra

    6:30 PM, Henry Wood Hall, London

    From £45.00
    A rare chance for a behind-the-scenes look at the life of the Orchestra. Join us at the Orchestra's rehearsal venue for a drinks reception, presentation and informal supper with LPO musicians and staff.
  • 19
    Tuesday May 2015

    King of Ghosts

    Soumik Datta with London Philharmonic Orchestra

    7:45 PM, Queen Elizabeth Hall, London

    From £10.00
    Soumik Datta joins members of the London Philharmonic Orchestra for a true meeting of East and West, combining vintage film and contemporary music.
  • 21
    Thursday May 2015

    Donizetti: Poliuto

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:05 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Donizetti’s rarely-produced masterwork Poliuto reveals the epic side of this bel canto genius. Poliuto contrasts fierce personal conflict with sweeping heroic scale, in the manner of French grand opera – a choice which would wield great influence on Verdi. Poliuto’s grand Temple Scene in Act II clearly foreshadows the famous Triumphal Scene in Aida.
  • 23
    Saturday May 2015

    Bizet: Carmen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    4:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘I have written a work that is all clarity and vivacity, full of colour and melody’, wrote Bizet of Carmen, composed shortly before his sudden death at age 37. He would never know that his tale of a free-spirited femme fatale would become one of the world’s most widely performed and beloved operas.
  • 24
    Sunday May 2015

    Donizetti: Poliuto

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    4:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Donizetti’s rarely-produced masterwork Poliuto reveals the epic side of this bel canto genius. Poliuto contrasts fierce personal conflict with sweeping heroic scale, in the manner of French grand opera – a choice which would wield great influence on Verdi. Poliuto’s grand Temple Scene in Act II clearly foreshadows the famous Triumphal Scene in Aida.
  • 28
    Thursday May 2015

    Bizet: Carmen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    4:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘I have written a work that is all clarity and vivacity, full of colour and melody’, wrote Bizet of Carmen, composed shortly before his sudden death at age 37. He would never know that his tale of a free-spirited femme fatale would become one of the world’s most widely performed and beloved operas.
  • 29
    Friday May 2015

    Donizetti: Poliuto

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:05 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Donizetti’s rarely-produced masterwork Poliuto reveals the epic side of this bel canto genius. Poliuto contrasts fierce personal conflict with sweeping heroic scale, in the manner of French grand opera – a choice which would wield great influence on Verdi. Poliuto’s grand Temple Scene in Act II clearly foreshadows the famous Triumphal Scene in Aida.
  • 31
    Sunday May 2015

    Bizet: Carmen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    3:35 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘I have written a work that is all clarity and vivacity, full of colour and melody’, wrote Bizet of Carmen, composed shortly before his sudden death at age 37. He would never know that his tale of a free-spirited femme fatale would become one of the world’s most widely performed and beloved operas.
  • 02
    Tuesday June 2015

    Donizetti: Poliuto

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:05 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Donizetti’s rarely-produced masterwork Poliuto reveals the epic side of this bel canto genius. Poliuto contrasts fierce personal conflict with sweeping heroic scale, in the manner of French grand opera – a choice which would wield great influence on Verdi. Poliuto’s grand Temple Scene in Act II clearly foreshadows the famous Triumphal Scene in Aida.
  • 03
    Wednesday June 2015

    Bizet: Carmen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    4:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘I have written a work that is all clarity and vivacity, full of colour and melody’, wrote Bizet of Carmen, composed shortly before his sudden death at age 37. He would never know that his tale of a free-spirited femme fatale would become one of the world’s most widely performed and beloved operas.
  • 04
    Thursday June 2015

    Salisbury Cathedral: Tchaikovsky, Dvořák, Rimsky-Korsakov

    The Orchestra pays a visit to beautiful Wiltshire and the 2015 Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival

    7:30 PM, Salisbury Cathedral, Salisbury

    From £12.00
    Former LPO Principal Flute Jaime Martín conducts the Orchestra in a dramatic programme including Rimsky-Korsakov's evocative Scheherazade and Dvořák's peerless Cello Concerto, performed here by rising star Narek Hakhnazaryan.
  • 05
    Friday June 2015

    Donizetti: Poliuto

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:05 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Donizetti’s rarely-produced masterwork Poliuto reveals the epic side of this bel canto genius. Poliuto contrasts fierce personal conflict with sweeping heroic scale, in the manner of French grand opera – a choice which would wield great influence on Verdi. Poliuto’s grand Temple Scene in Act II clearly foreshadows the famous Triumphal Scene in Aida.
  • 06
    Saturday June 2015

    Bizet: Carmen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    4:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘I have written a work that is all clarity and vivacity, full of colour and melody’, wrote Bizet of Carmen, composed shortly before his sudden death at age 37. He would never know that his tale of a free-spirited femme fatale would become one of the world’s most widely performed and beloved operas.
  • 07
    Sunday June 2015

    Donizetti: Poliuto

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    4:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Donizetti’s rarely-produced masterwork Poliuto reveals the epic side of this bel canto genius. Poliuto contrasts fierce personal conflict with sweeping heroic scale, in the manner of French grand opera – a choice which would wield great influence on Verdi. Poliuto’s grand Temple Scene in Act II clearly foreshadows the famous Triumphal Scene in Aida.
  • 09
    Tuesday June 2015

    Bizet: Carmen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    4:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘I have written a work that is all clarity and vivacity, full of colour and melody’, wrote Bizet of Carmen, composed shortly before his sudden death at age 37. He would never know that his tale of a free-spirited femme fatale would become one of the world’s most widely performed and beloved operas.
  • 11
    Thursday June 2015

    Donizetti: Poliuto

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:05 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Donizetti’s rarely-produced masterwork Poliuto reveals the epic side of this bel canto genius. Poliuto contrasts fierce personal conflict with sweeping heroic scale, in the manner of French grand opera – a choice which would wield great influence on Verdi. Poliuto’s grand Temple Scene in Act II clearly foreshadows the famous Triumphal Scene in Aida.
  • 12
    Friday June 2015

    Bizet: Carmen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    4:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘I have written a work that is all clarity and vivacity, full of colour and melody’, wrote Bizet of Carmen, composed shortly before his sudden death at age 37. He would never know that his tale of a free-spirited femme fatale would become one of the world’s most widely performed and beloved operas.
  • 13
    Saturday June 2015

    Nottingham Royal Concert Hall: Donizetti, Brahms, Mussorgksy

    Nicola Benedetti performs Brahms's majestic Violin Concerto

    7:30 PM, Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham

    From £7.00
    The London Philharmonic Orchestra is joined by celebrated virtuoso Nicola Benedetti, with the dynamic Enrique Mazzola at the helm for this rousing programme at Nottingham's Royal Concert Hall.
  • 14
    Sunday June 2015

    Donizetti: Poliuto

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    4:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Donizetti’s rarely-produced masterwork Poliuto reveals the epic side of this bel canto genius. Poliuto contrasts fierce personal conflict with sweeping heroic scale, in the manner of French grand opera – a choice which would wield great influence on Verdi. Poliuto’s grand Temple Scene in Act II clearly foreshadows the famous Triumphal Scene in Aida.
  • 16
    Tuesday June 2015

    Bizet: Carmen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    4:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘I have written a work that is all clarity and vivacity, full of colour and melody’, wrote Bizet of Carmen, composed shortly before his sudden death at age 37. He would never know that his tale of a free-spirited femme fatale would become one of the world’s most widely performed and beloved operas.
  • 17
    Wednesday June 2015

    2015 Summer Gala

    An exquisite evening of music and fine dining with the LPO.

    6:30 PM, One Marylebone, London

    In the stunning surroundings of One Marylebone guests will enjoy a Champagne Taittinger reception, formal banquet and a range of exciting musical performances.
  • 18
    Thursday June 2015

    Donizetti: Poliuto

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:05 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Donizetti’s rarely-produced masterwork Poliuto reveals the epic side of this bel canto genius. Poliuto contrasts fierce personal conflict with sweeping heroic scale, in the manner of French grand opera – a choice which would wield great influence on Verdi. Poliuto’s grand Temple Scene in Act II clearly foreshadows the famous Triumphal Scene in Aida.
  • 19
    Friday June 2015

    Bizet: Carmen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    4:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘I have written a work that is all clarity and vivacity, full of colour and melody’, wrote Bizet of Carmen, composed shortly before his sudden death at age 37. He would never know that his tale of a free-spirited femme fatale would become one of the world’s most widely performed and beloved operas.
  • 21
    Sunday June 2015

    Donizetti: Poliuto

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    4:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Donizetti’s rarely-produced masterwork Poliuto reveals the epic side of this bel canto genius. Poliuto contrasts fierce personal conflict with sweeping heroic scale, in the manner of French grand opera – a choice which would wield great influence on Verdi. Poliuto’s grand Temple Scene in Act II clearly foreshadows the famous Triumphal Scene in Aida.
  • 22
    Monday June 2015

    Bizet: Carmen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    4:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘I have written a work that is all clarity and vivacity, full of colour and melody’, wrote Bizet of Carmen, composed shortly before his sudden death at age 37. He would never know that his tale of a free-spirited femme fatale would become one of the world’s most widely performed and beloved operas.
  • 25
    Thursday June 2015

    Bizet: Carmen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    4:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘I have written a work that is all clarity and vivacity, full of colour and melody’, wrote Bizet of Carmen, composed shortly before his sudden death at age 37. He would never know that his tale of a free-spirited femme fatale would become one of the world’s most widely performed and beloved operas.
  • 26
    Friday June 2015

    Donizetti: Poliuto

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:05 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Donizetti’s rarely-produced masterwork Poliuto reveals the epic side of this bel canto genius. Poliuto contrasts fierce personal conflict with sweeping heroic scale, in the manner of French grand opera – a choice which would wield great influence on Verdi. Poliuto’s grand Temple Scene in Act II clearly foreshadows the famous Triumphal Scene in Aida.
  • 28
    Sunday June 2015

    Bizet: Carmen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    3:35 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘I have written a work that is all clarity and vivacity, full of colour and melody’, wrote Bizet of Carmen, composed shortly before his sudden death at age 37. He would never know that his tale of a free-spirited femme fatale would become one of the world’s most widely performed and beloved operas.
  • 01
    Wednesday July 2015

    Bizet: Carmen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    4:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘I have written a work that is all clarity and vivacity, full of colour and melody’, wrote Bizet of Carmen, composed shortly before his sudden death at age 37. He would never know that his tale of a free-spirited femme fatale would become one of the world’s most widely performed and beloved operas.
  • 02
    Thursday July 2015

    Donizetti: Poliuto

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:05 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Donizetti’s rarely-produced masterwork Poliuto reveals the epic side of this bel canto genius. Poliuto contrasts fierce personal conflict with sweeping heroic scale, in the manner of French grand opera – a choice which would wield great influence on Verdi. Poliuto’s grand Temple Scene in Act II clearly foreshadows the famous Triumphal Scene in Aida.
  • 04
    Saturday July 2015

    Bizet: Carmen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    4:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘I have written a work that is all clarity and vivacity, full of colour and melody’, wrote Bizet of Carmen, composed shortly before his sudden death at age 37. He would never know that his tale of a free-spirited femme fatale would become one of the world’s most widely performed and beloved operas.
  • 05
    Sunday July 2015

    Britten: The Rape of Lucretia

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:00 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘This new production … the first at Glyndebourne since Britten’s chamber opera had its premiere there in 1946, is quite the darkest – and possibly the most truthful – you’re likely to see in some time’ wrote The Times while The Daily Telegraph declared, ‘This is opera at its most nakedly powerful’.
  • 06
    Monday July 2015

    Hayward Gallery Private Viewing

    Join us for a private view of the Carsten Höller exhibition

    6:00 PM, Hayward Gallery, London

    From £12.50
    Supporters of the Orchestra are invited to join us for an exclusive private viewing of the Carsten Höller exhibition at Southbank Centre's Hayward Gallery.
  • 09
    Thursday July 2015

    Donizetti: Poliuto

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:05 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Donizetti’s rarely-produced masterwork Poliuto reveals the epic side of this bel canto genius. Poliuto contrasts fierce personal conflict with sweeping heroic scale, in the manner of French grand opera – a choice which would wield great influence on Verdi. Poliuto’s grand Temple Scene in Act II clearly foreshadows the famous Triumphal Scene in Aida.
  • 10
    Friday July 2015

    Britten: The Rape of Lucretia

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:15 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘This new production … the first at Glyndebourne since Britten’s chamber opera had its premiere there in 1946, is quite the darkest – and possibly the most truthful – you’re likely to see in some time’ wrote The Times while The Daily Telegraph declared, ‘This is opera at its most nakedly powerful’.
  • 11
    Saturday July 2015

    Bizet: Carmen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    4:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘I have written a work that is all clarity and vivacity, full of colour and melody’, wrote Bizet of Carmen, composed shortly before his sudden death at age 37. He would never know that his tale of a free-spirited femme fatale would become one of the world’s most widely performed and beloved operas.
  • 12
    Sunday July 2015

    Donizetti: Poliuto

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    4:50 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Donizetti’s rarely-produced masterwork Poliuto reveals the epic side of this bel canto genius. Poliuto contrasts fierce personal conflict with sweeping heroic scale, in the manner of French grand opera – a choice which would wield great influence on Verdi. Poliuto’s grand Temple Scene in Act II clearly foreshadows the famous Triumphal Scene in Aida.
  • 15
    Wednesday July 2015

    Donizetti: Poliuto

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:05 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Donizetti’s rarely-produced masterwork Poliuto reveals the epic side of this bel canto genius. Poliuto contrasts fierce personal conflict with sweeping heroic scale, in the manner of French grand opera – a choice which would wield great influence on Verdi. Poliuto’s grand Temple Scene in Act II clearly foreshadows the famous Triumphal Scene in Aida.
  • 17
    Friday July 2015

    Britten: The Rape of Lucretia

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:15 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘This new production … the first at Glyndebourne since Britten’s chamber opera had its premiere there in 1946, is quite the darkest – and possibly the most truthful – you’re likely to see in some time’ wrote The Times while The Daily Telegraph declared, ‘This is opera at its most nakedly powerful’.
  • 18
    Saturday July 2015

    Rheingau Musik Festival

    The LPO on tour in Wiesbaden

    7:00 PM, Kurhaus Wiesbaden, Friedrich-von-Thiersch-Saal, Wiesbaden

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts an all Tchaikovsky programme
  • 20
    Monday July 2015

    Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival

    The LPO on tour in Kiel, Schleswig-Holstein

    8:00 PM, Schloss, Kiel

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff
  • 24
    Friday July 2015

    Britten: The Rape of Lucretia

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:15 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘This new production … the first at Glyndebourne since Britten’s chamber opera had its premiere there in 1946, is quite the darkest – and possibly the most truthful – you’re likely to see in some time’ wrote The Times while The Daily Telegraph declared, ‘This is opera at its most nakedly powerful’.
  • 30
    Thursday July 2015

    Britten: The Rape of Lucretia

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:15 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘This new production … the first at Glyndebourne since Britten’s chamber opera had its premiere there in 1946, is quite the darkest – and possibly the most truthful – you’re likely to see in some time’ wrote The Times while The Daily Telegraph declared, ‘This is opera at its most nakedly powerful’.
  • 04
    Tuesday August 2015

    Britten: The Rape of Lucretia

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:15 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘This new production … the first at Glyndebourne since Britten’s chamber opera had its premiere there in 1946, is quite the darkest – and possibly the most truthful – you’re likely to see in some time’ wrote The Times while The Daily Telegraph declared, ‘This is opera at its most nakedly powerful’.
  • 08
    Saturday August 2015

    Ravel: L’heure espagnole/ L’enfant et les sortilèges

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:25 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘Our work requires an extraordinary production: the roles are numerous, and the phantasmagoria is constant’ wrote Ravel. He would doubtless have been delighted by Glyndebourne’s current staging of his two short operas by Laurent Pelly, which scored such a success when first presented in Festival 2012.
  • 09
    Sunday August 2015

    Britten: The Rape of Lucretia

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:00 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘This new production … the first at Glyndebourne since Britten’s chamber opera had its premiere there in 1946, is quite the darkest – and possibly the most truthful – you’re likely to see in some time’ wrote The Times while The Daily Telegraph declared, ‘This is opera at its most nakedly powerful’.
  • 11
    Tuesday August 2015

    Ravel: L’heure espagnole/ L’enfant et les sortilèges

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:25 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘Our work requires an extraordinary production: the roles are numerous, and the phantasmagoria is constant’ wrote Ravel. He would doubtless have been delighted by Glyndebourne’s current staging of his two short operas by Laurent Pelly, which scored such a success when first presented in Festival 2012.
  • 13
    Thursday August 2015

    Ravel: L’heure espagnole/ L’enfant et les sortilèges

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:25 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘Our work requires an extraordinary production: the roles are numerous, and the phantasmagoria is constant’ wrote Ravel. He would doubtless have been delighted by Glyndebourne’s current staging of his two short operas by Laurent Pelly, which scored such a success when first presented in Festival 2012.
  • 14
    Friday August 2015

    Britten: The Rape of Lucretia

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:15 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘This new production … the first at Glyndebourne since Britten’s chamber opera had its premiere there in 1946, is quite the darkest – and possibly the most truthful – you’re likely to see in some time’ wrote The Times while The Daily Telegraph declared, ‘This is opera at its most nakedly powerful’.
  • 16
    Sunday August 2015

    Ravel: L’heure espagnole/ L’enfant et les sortilèges

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:10 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘Our work requires an extraordinary production: the roles are numerous, and the phantasmagoria is constant’ wrote Ravel. He would doubtless have been delighted by Glyndebourne’s current staging of his two short operas by Laurent Pelly, which scored such a success when first presented in Festival 2012.
  • 18
    Tuesday August 2015

    Ravel: L’heure espagnole/ L’enfant et les sortilèges

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:25 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘Our work requires an extraordinary production: the roles are numerous, and the phantasmagoria is constant’ wrote Ravel. He would doubtless have been delighted by Glyndebourne’s current staging of his two short operas by Laurent Pelly, which scored such a success when first presented in Festival 2012.
  • 19
    Wednesday August 2015

    Britten: The Rape of Lucretia

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:15 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘This new production … the first at Glyndebourne since Britten’s chamber opera had its premiere there in 1946, is quite the darkest – and possibly the most truthful – you’re likely to see in some time’ wrote The Times while The Daily Telegraph declared, ‘This is opera at its most nakedly powerful’.
  • 20
    Thursday August 2015

    Aldeburgh Music: Snape Proms 2015

    Antonio Pappano conducts Schumann and Strauss

    7:30 PM, Snape Maltings Concert Hall, Snape

    From £6.50
    In a special one-off performance, Antonio Pappano conducts the London Philharmonic Orchestra at the Snape Proms in a programme of richly beautiful music from Schumann and Strauss.
  • 21
    Friday August 2015

    Ravel: L’heure espagnole/ L’enfant et les sortilèges

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:25 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘Our work requires an extraordinary production: the roles are numerous, and the phantasmagoria is constant’ wrote Ravel. He would doubtless have been delighted by Glyndebourne’s current staging of his two short operas by Laurent Pelly, which scored such a success when first presented in Festival 2012.
  • 23
    Sunday August 2015

    Ravel: L’heure espagnole/ L’enfant et les sortilèges

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:10 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘Our work requires an extraordinary production: the roles are numerous, and the phantasmagoria is constant’ wrote Ravel. He would doubtless have been delighted by Glyndebourne’s current staging of his two short operas by Laurent Pelly, which scored such a success when first presented in Festival 2012.
  • 26
    Wednesday August 2015

    Ravel: L’heure espagnole/ L’enfant et les sortilèges

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:25 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘Our work requires an extraordinary production: the roles are numerous, and the phantasmagoria is constant’ wrote Ravel. He would doubtless have been delighted by Glyndebourne’s current staging of his two short operas by Laurent Pelly, which scored such a success when first presented in Festival 2012.
  • 28
    Friday August 2015

    Ravel: L’heure espagnole/ L’enfant et les sortilèges

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:25 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘Our work requires an extraordinary production: the roles are numerous, and the phantasmagoria is constant’ wrote Ravel. He would doubtless have been delighted by Glyndebourne’s current staging of his two short operas by Laurent Pelly, which scored such a success when first presented in Festival 2012.
  • 30
    Sunday August 2015

    Ravel: L’heure espagnole/ L’enfant et les sortilèges

    Glyndebourne Festival 2015

    5:10 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    ‘Our work requires an extraordinary production: the roles are numerous, and the phantasmagoria is constant’ wrote Ravel. He would doubtless have been delighted by Glyndebourne’s current staging of his two short operas by Laurent Pelly, which scored such a success when first presented in Festival 2012.
  • 04
    Friday September 2015

    BBC Proms: Beethoven, Schoenberg & Shostakovich

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts

    7:30 PM, Royal Albert Hall, London

    From £9.50
    Mitsuko Uchida and the London Philharmonic Orchestra return to the Proms for Schoenberg’s rarely heard Piano Concerto.
  • 06
    Sunday September 2015

    Teatro Filarmonico di Verona

    The LPO on tour in Verona

    8:30 PM, Teatro Filarmonico , Verona

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts a programme of Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich
  • 07
    Monday September 2015

    La Scala, Milan

    The LPO on tour in Milan

    9:00 PM, Teatro alla Scala, Milan

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts a programme of Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich
  • 14
    Monday September 2015

    Palacio de Belles Artes

    The LPO on tour in Mexico City

    8:00 PM, Palacio de Belles Artes, Mexico City

    Alondra de la Parra conducts a programme of Arnold, Vaughan Williams, Saint-Saëns, Knussen and Dvořák
  • 15
    Tuesday September 2015

    Plaza Victoria, Puebla

    The LPO on tour in Mexico

    9:00 PM, Plaza Victoria, Puebla

    Alondra de la Parra conducts works by Arnold, Vaughan Williams, Saint-Saëns, Knussen and Dvořák
  • 17
    Thursday September 2015

    Palacio de Belles Artes

    The LPO on tour in Mexico City

    8:00 PM, Palacio de Belles Artes, Mexico City

    Alondra de la Parra conducts Mahler Symphony No. 2
  • 18
    Friday September 2015

    Auditorio Nacional

    The LPO on tour in Mexico City

    8:30 PM, Auditorio Nacional, Mexico City

    Alondra de la Parra conducts Mahler Symphony No. 2
  • 23
    Wednesday September 2015

    New territories

    Jurowski conducts Mahler

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £9.00
    Vladimir Jurowski conducts one of Mahler’s most fascinating symphonic creations.
  • 26
    Saturday September 2015

    Private Members Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at the Royal Festival Hall

    3:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors, Thomas Beecham Group patrons, and Executive and Executive Plus Contemporaries can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal of the evening's repertoire at the Royal Festival Hall.
  • 26
    Saturday September 2015

    Divine tragedy

    Jurowski conducts Tchaikovsky’s Francesca da Rimini

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £9.00
    Vladimir Jurowski conducts music by Taneyev, Tchaikovsky and Sibelius; all inspired by tragedy.
  • 28
    Monday September 2015

    Alte Oper Frankfurt

    The LPO on tour in Frankfurt

    8:00 PM, Alte Oper, Frankfurt

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts a programme of Rachmaninoff, Liszt and Britten
  • 02
    Friday October 2015

    Saffron Hall: Sibelius and Tchaikovsky

    Jurowski conducts the opening concert in Saffron Hall's 2015-16 season

    7:30 PM, Saffron Hall, Saffron Walden

    From £16.00
    The Orchestra returns to Cambridgeshire to play the opening concert in Saffron Hall's 2015-16 season with Principal Conductor and Artistic Advisor, Vladimir Jurowksi, and mesmerising virtuoso Leonidas Kavakos.
  • 03
    Saturday October 2015

    The Divine Poem

    Jurowski conducts Scriabin’s Third Symphony

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £9.00
    Vladimir Jurowski explores the music of Scriabin through his Third Symphony and Knussen's Scriabin Settings.
  • 05
    Monday October 2015

    Palau de la Música, Barcelona

    The LPO on tour in Barcelona

    8:30 PM, Palau de la Música, Barcelona

    Jurowski conducts works by Sibelius and Brahms
  • 06
    Tuesday October 2015

    Auditorio de la Diputación de Alicante

    The LPO on tour in Alicante

    8:00 PM, Auditorio de la Diputación de Alicante, Alicante

    Jurowski conducts works by Knussen, Sibelius and Tchaikovsky
  • 07
    Wednesday October 2015

    Auditorio Nacional de Musica, Madrid

    The LPO on tour in Madrid

    7:30 PM, Auditorio Nacional de Musica, Madrid

    Jurowski conducts works by Sibelius and Tchaikovsky
  • 08
    Thursday October 2015

    Auditorio de Zaragoza

    The LPO on tour in Zaragoza

    8:15 PM, Auditorio de Zaragoza, Zaragoza

    Jurowski conducts works by Knussen, Sibelius and Tchaikovsky
  • 09
    Friday October 2015

    Kursaal, San Sebastian

    The LPO on tour in San Sebastian

    8:00 PM, Kursaal, San Sebastian

    Jurowski conducts works by Knussen, Sibelius and Tchaikovsky
  • 14
    Wednesday October 2015

    Free pre-concert event

    Krzysztof Penderecki and Radovan Vlatković

    6:15 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Krzysztof Penderecki and Radovan Vlatković discuss Penderecki's Horn Concerto, 'Winterreise'.
  • 14
    Wednesday October 2015

    Penderecki conducts Penderecki

    UK premieres of new Penderecki works

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £9.00
    Krzysztof Penderecki makes a special appearance to conduct his Threnody to the Victims of Hiroshima and the UK premiere of his Horn Concerto.
  • 17
    Saturday October 2015

    Raymond Gubbay: Jonas Kaufmann

    The celebrated tenor performs a selection of operatic arias

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £30.00
    Sought-after tenor Jonas Kaufmann returns to Royal Festival Hall performing his own selection of sublime arias with the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • 18
    Sunday October 2015

    Eastbourne residency: Shostakovich, Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninoff

    Including Rachmaninoff's emotionally charged Symphony No. 2

    3:00 PM, Congress Theatre, Eastbourne

    From £13.00
    Robert Trevino conducts the LPO in the first concert of its 2015/16 season at Eastbourne's Congress Theatre. The programme includes Rachmaninoff's Symphony No. 2 and Tchaikovsky's Variations on a Rococo Theme performed here by Harriet Krijgh.
  • 23
    Friday October 2015

    Private Members Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at the Royal Festival Hall

    10:30 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors, Thomas Beecham Group patrons, and Executive and Executive Plus Contemporaries can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal at Royal Festival Hall.
  • 23
    Friday October 2015

    Free pre-concert event

    London Music Masters

    6:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Children from London Music Masters' immersive music education programme perform side by side with LPO musicians in a programme exploring the history of dance, including the premiere of Gavin Higgins’s Tänze for student strings and orchestra, with sound design by Matthias Kispert.
  • 23
    Friday October 2015

    Saint-Saëns Organ Symphony

    Thierry Fischer conducts French music of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £9.00
    Thierry Fischer conducts Saint-Saëns earth-shattering Symphony No. 3 alongside Ravel’s jazz-tinged Piano Concerto and Bizet’s Symphony in C.
  • 28
    Wednesday October 2015

    Private Members Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at the Royal Festival Hall

    10:30 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors, Thomas Beecham Group patrons, and Executive and Executive Plus Contemporaries can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal at Royal Festival Hall.
  • 28
    Wednesday October 2015

    The Rite of Spring

    Stravinsky’s groundbreaking ballet

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £9.00
    Markus Stenz conducts The Rite of Spring, the revolutionary modernist work that shocked the world.
  • 31
    Saturday October 2015

    Longing and loss

    Skrowaczewski conducts Bruckner’s Fifth Symphony

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £9.00
    Legendary interpreter of Bruckner’s orchestral works, Stanisław Skrowaczewski, conducts Bruckner’s colossal Symphony No. 5.
  • 01
    Sunday November 2015

    Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage

    Live orchestral soundtrack

    2:30 PM, Royal Albert Hall, London

    Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage is an exciting new concert experience featuring the greatest music and visuals from five decades of Star Trek.
  • 01
    Sunday November 2015

    Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage

    Live orchestral soundtrack

    7:30 PM, Royal Albert Hall, London

    Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage is an exciting new concert experience featuring the greatest music and visuals from five decades of Star Trek.
  • 04
    Wednesday November 2015

    Paul Lewis plays Beethoven

    Leading Beethoven interpreter performs the Third Piano Concerto

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £9.00
    Jukka-Pekka Saraste conducts Mahler’s heart-wrenching proclamation of love and Beethoven’s most fresh and spirited piano concerto, performed by pianist par excellence Paul Lewis.
  • 06
    Friday November 2015

    Mexican magic

    A celebration of Mexican classical music

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall , London

    From £9.00
    Jaime Martín conducts a unique evening of orchestral music from Mexico.
  • 08
    Sunday November 2015

    OAE Tots – Sailing Away

    At FUNharmonics

    10:15 AM, Level 5 Function Room | Royal Festival Hall, London

    Looking for something for younger music lovers?

    Our friends at the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment are bringing their popular OAE Tots workshops to FUNharmonics.
    Suitable for children aged 2–5

  • 08
    Sunday November 2015

    PIRATES!

    FUNharmonics family concert

    12:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £10.00
    Shiver me timbers! It’s a swashbuckling family affair.
  • 08
    Sunday November 2015

    Raymond Gubbay: Remembrance Sunday

    We remember those who lost their lives in the First and Second World Wars

    7:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £16.50

    The Orchestra is joined by celebrated cellist Raphael Wallfisch and the London Philharmonic Choir for a special presentation by Raymond Gubbay marking Remembrance Sunday.

  • 10
    Tuesday November 2015

    An Evening at St Paul's Cathedral

    Join us for Choral Evensong and a private tour of the Cathedral

    4:45 PM, St Paul's Cathedral, London

    From £12.50
    Friends, Benefactors and Thomas Beecham Group patrons are invited to join us for an evening at St Paul's Cathedral, including Choral Evensong and a private tour taking in areas not usually open to the general public.
  • 11
    Wednesday November 2015

    Private Members Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at the Royal Festival Hall

    10:30 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors, Thomas Beecham Group patrons, and Executive and Executive Plus Contemporaries can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal at Royal Festival Hall.
  • 11
    Wednesday November 2015

    Ravel, Fauré, Debussy & Lindberg

    Ticciati conducts great orchestral soundscapes

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £9.00
    Robin Ticciati leads the London Philharmonic Orchestra in a celebration of exquisite orchestral craftsmanship.
  • 12
    Thursday November 2015

    Sipsmith Distillery Tour

    Join us for a private tour of the Distillery with our Preferred Partner Sipsmith

    6:30 PM, Sipsmith Distillery, London

    Executive and Executive Plus Contemporaries are invited to join us for a private tour of the Sipsmith Distillery. Enjoy a delicious Sipsmith gin and tonic and get an inside look at the first distillery to operate in London for 200 years.
  • 14
    Saturday November 2015

    Brighton residency: Fauré, Ravel and Debussy

    Rapturous French orchestral landscapes

    7:30 PM, Brighton Dome, Brighton

    From £10.00
    Robin Ticciati leads the London Philharmonic Orchestra in a celebration of exquisite orchestral craftsmanship, featuring rapturous French music from Ravel, Debussy and Fauré.
  • 15
    Sunday November 2015

    Eastbourne residency: Mozart, Prokofiev and Beethoven

    Ideals of liberty in Beethoven's Symphony No. 3

    3:00 PM, Congress Theatre, Eastbourne

    From £13.00
    The LPO performs Beethoven's stirring Symphony No. 3 'Eroica', written to encapsulate ideals of liberty in music of intense endurance and fortitude. It is contrasted here with Prokofiev's Violin Concerto No. 2 and Mozart's Overture to The Marriage of Figaro.
  • 18
    Wednesday November 2015

    Tonhalle, Düsseldorf

    The LPO on tour in Düsseldorf

    8:00 PM, Tonhalle, Düsseldorf

    Eschenbach conducts works by Brahms
  • 19
    Thursday November 2015

    Frankfurt Alte Oper

    The LPO on tour in Frankfurt

    8:00 PM, Alte Oper, Frankfurt

  • 21
    Saturday November 2015

    Concertgebouw Amsterdam

    The LPO on tour in Amsterdam

    2:15 PM, Concertgebouw , Amsterdam

    Eschenbach conducts works by Beethoven and Brahms
  • 25
    Wednesday November 2015

    Free pre-concert event

    Andrés Orozco-Estrada

    6:15 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Andrés Orozco-Estrada discusses his new role as the Orchestra's Principal Guest Conductor.
  • 25
    Wednesday November 2015

    In the beginning ...

    Orozco-Estrada conducts Dvořák and Mahler

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £9.00
    The LPO’s new Principal Guest Conductor, Andrés Orozco-Estrada conducts Mahler’s First Symphony and Dvořák’s bewitching Cello Concerto.
  • 27
    Friday November 2015

    Private Members Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at the Royal Festival Hall

    10:30 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors, Thomas Beecham Group patrons, and Executive and Executive Plus Contemporaries can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal at Royal Festival Hall.
  • 27
    Friday November 2015

    From darkness to light

    Susanna Mälkki conducts Liadov, Prokofiev and Sibelius

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £9.00
    Mälkki makes her LPO debut conducting three very different, yet equally expressive works, including Prokofiev’s Second Piano Concerto, performed by Beatrice Rana.
  • 30
    Monday November 2015

    Behind the Scenes at Shakespeare's Globe

    Join us for an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of Shakespeare's Globe

    6:00 PM, Shakespeare's Globe, London

    From £12.50
    Join the LPO at this legendary playhouse for an intimate look inside an iconic venue. The evening will focus on the Globe Theatre and the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse and will include a tour and a talk about musical performance.
  • 02
    Wednesday December 2015

    Huawei Winter Concert

    In support of the Prince's Trust

    8:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £19.00
    Huawei presents an evening of music and song with the London Philharmonic Orchestra and Rebecca Ferguson, conducted by Robert Ziegler.
  • 04
    Friday December 2015

    Italian romance

    Puccini’s Tosca and Respighi’s epic cityscape, The Pines of Rome

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £9.00
    An evening of Italian-inspired music from Puccini, Rota and Respighi conducted by Enrique Mazzola.
  • 09
    Wednesday December 2015

    Free pre-concert event

    GCSE student project

    5:15 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    The culmination of an intensive LPO composition project, GCSE music students from South London schools perform their own work supported by LPO musicians.
  • 09
    Wednesday December 2015

    Free pre-concert event

    Magnus Lindberg

    6:15 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Composer in Residence Magnus Lindberg discusses the world premiere of his Second Violin Concerto.
  • 09
    Wednesday December 2015

    Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony

    Plus the world premiere of Lindberg’s Violin Concerto No. 2

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £9.00
    Magnus Lindberg's Second Violin Concerto receives its world premiere alongside Beethoven's Symphony No.7.
  • 14
    Monday December 2015

    Essen Philharmonie

    The LPO on tour in Germany

    8:00 PM, Philharmonie, Essen

    Jurowski conducts works by Humperdinck, Strauss and Sibelius
  • 15
    Tuesday December 2015

    Contemporaries Christmas Party

    Join us for seasonal festivities at one of London's most glamorous addresses

    7:30 PM, Chester Square, London

    All Contemporaries members are invited to join us to celebrate the festive season in style at a beautiful private residence. Enjoy an evening of frivolity with delicious refreshments and of course our traditional carol singing!
  • 15
    Tuesday December 2015

    Tonhalle Düsseldorf

    The LPO on tour in Germany

    8:00 PM, Tonhalle , Düsseldorf

    Jurowski conducts works by Humperdinck, Mozart, Sibelius
  • 16
    Wednesday December 2015

    Gasteig, Munich

    The LPO on tour in Gasteig

    8:00 PM, Gasteig, Munich

    Martín conducts works by Humperdinck, Mozart and Tchaikovsky
  • 17
    Thursday December 2015

    Liederhalle, Stuttgart

    The LPO on tour in Stuttgart

    8:00 PM, Liederhalle, Stuttgart

    Jurowski conducts works by Humperdinck, Mozart and Sibelius
  • 08
    Friday January 2016

    Auditorio Alfredo Kraus

    The LPO on tour in Gran Canaria

    8:30 PM, Auditorio Alfredo Kraus, Gran Canaria

    An evening of opera arias with tenor Juan Diego Flórez
  • 09
    Saturday January 2016

    Auditorio Alfredo Kraus

    The LPO on tour in Gran Canaria

    8:30 PM, Auditorio Alfredo Kraus, Gran Canaria

    Andrés Orozco-Estrada conducts Rachmaninoff and Mahler
  • 10
    Sunday January 2016

    Auditorio de Tenerife

    The LPO on tour in Tenerife

    8:30 PM, Auditorio de Tenerife , Tenerife

    Andrés Orozco-Estrada conducts Rachmaninoff and Mahler
  • 11
    Monday January 2016

    Auditorio de Tenerife

    The LPO on tour in Tenerife

    8:30 PM, Auditorio de Tenerife , Tenerife

    An evening of opera arias with tenor Juan Diego Flórez
  • 16
    Saturday January 2016

    Brighton residency: Mozart, Brahms and Beethoven

    Including Beethoven's Symphony No. 7

    7:30 PM, Brighton Dome, Brighton

    From £10.00
    Prize-winning pianist Stefan Ćirić joins the London Philharmonic Orchestra to perform Brahms's epic Piano Concerto No. 2. Adrian Prabava conducts this programme also including Beethoven's rhythmically driven Symphony No. 7.
  • 23
    Saturday January 2016

    Isokoski sings Strauss's Four Last Songs

    Jurowski conducts music by Mozart, Lindberg and R Strauss

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £9.00
    An evening of serenades and songs by Mozart and Richard Strauss conducted by Vladimir Jurowski.
  • 27
    Wednesday January 2016

    Private Members Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at the Royal Festival Hall

    10:30 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors, Thomas Beecham Group patrons, and Executive and Executive Plus Contemporaries can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal at Royal Festival Hall.
  • 27
    Wednesday January 2016

    Free pre-concert event: Shakespeare400

    Hamlet in Russia

    6:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts the LPO's Foyle Future Firsts in a selection from Shostakovich's darkly satirical incidental music to Shakespeare's Hamlet.
  • 27
    Wednesday January 2016

    Revelations

    Jurowski conducts Bruckner’s Symphony No. 3

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £9.00
    Vladimir Jurowski continues his ongoing exploration of the Bruckner symphonies with a performance of Symphony No.3.
  • 30
    Saturday January 2016

    Free pre-concert event

    Alexander Raskatov

    6:15 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Alexander Raskatov discusses the world premiere of his Green Mass.
  • 30
    Saturday January 2016

    Green Mass

    Jurowski conducts the world premiere of Raskatov’s Green Mass and Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £9.00
    Beethoven's Sixth Symphony precedes the world premiere of Alexander Raskatov's Green Mass, conducted by Vladimir Jurowski.
  • 31
    Sunday January 2016

    Eastbourne residency: Wagner, Bruch, Khachaturian and Tchaikovsky

    Matthew Wood conducts a varied programme including Bruch's Violin Concerto No. 1

    3:00 PM, Congress Theatre, Eastbourne

    From £13.00
    Tianwa Yang joins the Orchestra to perform Bruch's spectacular Violin Concerto No. 1, programmed here alongside excerpts from Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake and works by Khachaturian and Wagner.
  • 03
    Wednesday February 2016

    Private Members Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at the Royal Festival Hall

    10:30 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors, Thomas Beecham Group patrons and Executive and Executive Plus Contemporaries can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal of the evening's repertoire at the Royal Festival Hall.
  • 03
    Wednesday February 2016

    Free pre-concert event: Shakespeare400

    Adapting Othello

    6:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    Professor Russ McDonald, Goldsmiths University, and Professor Clare McManus, University of Roehampton, reflect on Othello's popularity with adaptors and composers, and its role as a lightning rod for perceptions of ethnicity, religion and gender.
  • 03
    Wednesday February 2016

    Shakespeare400: Otello

    Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts Dvořák and Brahms

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £9.00
    Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts the music of Dvořák and Brahms as part of the Shakespeare400 celebrations.
  • 05
    Friday February 2016

    Nézet-Séguin conducts Rachmaninoff

    Including Rachmaninoff’s famous Symphony No. 2

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £9.00
    Yannick Nézet-Séguin conducts works by Rachmaninoff and Gershwin offering contrasting rhythms, textures and melodies.
  • 10
    Wednesday February 2016

    Free pre-concert event: Shakespeare400

    Inspired by Shakespeare: New Horizons

    5:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    GCSE student composers showcase new music inspired by Sibelius's The Tempest.
  • 10
    Wednesday February 2016

    Free pre-concert event: Shakespeare400

    Gordon McMullan, Academic Director Shakespeare400

    6:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    Gordon McMullan, Academic Director Shakespeare400, explores the 'late styles' of writers, artists and composers, including Sibelius and Shakespeare.
  • 10
    Wednesday February 2016

    Shakespeare400: The Tempest

    Osmo Vänskä conducts Sibelius and Dvořák

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £9.00
    Osmo Vänskä conducts his unique version of music from Sibelius's suites for The Tempest as part of the Shakespeare400 celebrations.
  • 12
    Friday February 2016

    Free pre-concert event: Shakespeare400

    Shakespeare's Windsor

    6:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    Oliver Urquhart Irvine, Royal Librarian, talks about Shakespeare in the Royal Collections at Windsor, while Sonia Massai, Professor of English, King’s College London, looks at global adaptations of The Merry Wives of Windsor.
  • 12
    Friday February 2016

    Shakespeare400: The Merry Wives of Windsor

    Osmo Vänskä conducts Nicolai, Korngold and Elgar's First Symphony

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £9.00
    An evening of music featuring Elgar's grand First Symphony and Nicolai’s The Merry Wives of Windsor.
  • 14
    Sunday February 2016

    Eastbourne residency: Nielsen, Schumann and Sibelius

    Valentine's Day Concert

    3:00 PM, Congress Theatre, Eastbourne

    From £13.00
    Join the LPO for a Valentine's Day concert including Schumann's musical love letter to his beloved wife Clara: his Piano Concerto, performed by Jayson Gillham. Also on the programme is Sibelius's uplifting Symphony No. 5 and Carl Nielsen's Helios Overture.
  • 20
    Saturday February 2016

    OAE Tots – Storytime

    At FUNharmonics

    10:15 AM, Level 5 Function Room | Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    Looking for something for younger music lovers?

    Our friends at the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment are bringing their popular OAE Tots workshops to FUNharmonics.

    Suitable for children aged 2–5

  • 20
    Saturday February 2016

    Roald Dahl's The BFG

    FUNharmonics family concert

    12:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00
    Are you ready to take on the ghastly Fleshlumpeater and his terrible giant friends? Join the BFG and his sidekick Sophie as they concoct a marvellous plan to stop the giants from galloping all over the world to gobble up humans as they sleep.
  • 21
    Sunday February 2016

    Saffron Hall: Roald Dahl's The BFG

    FUNharmonics family concert

    2:00 PM, Saffron Hall, Saffron Walden

    Are you ready to take on the ghastly Fleshlumpeater and his terrible giant friends? Join the BFG and his sidekick Sophie as they concoct a marvellous plan to stop the giants from galloping all over the world to gobble up humans as they sleep.

  • 21
    Sunday February 2016

    Saffron Hall: Roald Dahl's The BFG

    FUNharmonics family concert

    4:00 PM, Saffron Hall, Saffron Walden

    Are you ready to take on the ghastly Fleshlumpeater and his terrible giant friends? Join the BFG and his sidekick Sophie as they concoct a marvellous plan to stop the giants from galloping all over the world to gobble up humans as they sleep.

  • 23
    Tuesday February 2016

    Behind the Scenes at Henry Wood Hall

    Join us for a closer look at the life of the Orchestra

    6:45 PM, Henry Wood Hall, London

    From £45.00
    Supporters of the Orchestra are invited to join us for a closer look at the life of the London Philharmonic Orchestra. This year will feature a discussion with acclaimed conductor Vasily Petrenko and a performance of Brahms's Clarinet Trio.
  • 24
    Wednesday February 2016

    Manfred Symphony

    Vasily Petrenko conducts Tchaikovsky

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £9.00
    Russian conductor Vasily Petrenko presents music from his compatriot Tchaikovsky.
  • 26
    Friday February 2016

    Private Members Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at the Royal Festival Hall

    10:30 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors, Thomas Beecham Group patrons and Executive and Executive Plus Contemporaries can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal of the evening's repertoire at the Royal Festival Hall.
  • 26
    Friday February 2016

    Free pre-concert event: Shakespeare400

    The Macbeths

    6:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    Dr Lucy Munro, Lecturer in Shakespeare, King’s College, London, places Strauss’s Overture in the context of the history of spectacular theatrical productions of Macbeth in the late nineteenth century.
  • 26
    Friday February 2016

    Shakespeare400: Macbeth

    Andrés Orozco-Estrada conducts Khachaturian, Stravinsky and Strauss

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £9.00
    Principal Guest Conductor Andrés Orozco-Estrada conducts music by Mendelssohn, Khachaturian, Stravinsky and Richard Strauss.
  • 27
    Saturday February 2016

    Brighton residency: Strauss, Khachaturian and Stravinsky

    Including Stravinsky's Firebird Suite

    7:30 PM, Brighton Dome, Brighton

    From £10.00
    New Principal Guest Conductor of the London Philharmonic Orchestra Andrés Orozco-Estrada returns to Brighton with a thrilling programme including Stravinsky's Firebird Suite and Khachaturian's Violin Concerto.
  • 05
    Saturday March 2016

    Contemporaries Champagne Saturday

    Enjoy a private rehearsal and a glass of fizz at the Royal Festival Hall

    10:00 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £10.00
    Contemporaries can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal of the evening's repertoire at the Royal Festival Hall, followed by a glass of champagne.
  • 05
    Saturday March 2016

    Free pre-concert event: Shakespeare400

    Foyle Future Firsts

    6:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    Musicians from the LPO’s Foyle Future Firsts Development Programme present chamber music inspired by Shakespearean works and themes.

  • 05
    Saturday March 2016

    Anne Sofie von Otter sings Zemlinsky

    Emotionally charged music by Zemlinsky and Szymanowski

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £9.00
    Jurowski presents an emotionally charged evening including music by Zemlinsky and Szymanowski.
  • 06
    Sunday March 2016

    Eastbourne residency: Medtner and Tchaikovsky

    LPO Principal Conductor & Artistic Advisor Vladimir Jurowski conducts

    3:00 PM, Congress Theatre, Eastbourne

    From £13.00
    Renowned for his interpretations of Tchaikovsky's symphonies, LPO Principal Conductor and Artistic Advisor Vladimir Jurowski returns to Eastbourne with an all-Russian programme including Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 3 and Medtner's Piano Concerto No. 2.
  • 09
    Wednesday March 2016

    Private Members Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at the Royal Festival Hall

    10:30 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors, Thomas Beecham Group patrons and Executive and Executive Plus Contemporaries can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal of the evening's repertoire at the Royal Festival Hall.
  • 09
    Wednesday March 2016

    The Mermaid

    Jurowski conducts Rachmaninoff and Zemlinsky

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £9.00
    Jurowski conducts Zemlinsky’s colourful tone poem The Mermaid and Rachmaninoff’s powerful Third Piano Concerto.
  • 11
    Friday March 2016

    Klara Festival

    The LPO on tour in Brussels

    8:00 PM, Klara Festival, Brussels

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts works by Gubaidulina, Zemlinsky and Szymanowski
  • 13
    Sunday March 2016

    Auditorio Nacional de Musica

    The LPO on tour in Madrid

    7:30 PM, Auditorio Nacional de Musica , Madrid

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts works by Rachmaninoff and Tchaikovsky
  • 14
    Monday March 2016

    Auditorio Nacional de Musica

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts Mahler

    7:30 PM, Auditorio Nacional de Musica , Madrid

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts Mahler
  • 18
    Friday March 2016

    Brief Encounter

    Film screening with live orchestra

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £9.00
    The LPO presents a screening of the classic film Brief Encounter with live orchestral accompaniment.
  • 02
    Saturday April 2016

    Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, Moscow

    The LPO on tour in Moscow

    7:00 PM, Tchaikovsky Concert Hall, Moscow

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts works by Elgar and Zemlinsky
  • 09
    Saturday April 2016

    Free pre-concert event

    Inspired by Shakespeare: LPO Soundworks

    6:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    Our creative cross-arts ensemble, LPO Soundworks, takes the characters and words of The Bard of Avon as inspiration for its latest collaborative performance.
  • 09
    Saturday April 2016

    A German Requiem

    Eschenbach conducts Brahms

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £9.00
    Christoph Eschenbach conducts Schoenberg's Verklärte Nacht and Brahms’s spiritually uplifting German Requiem.
  • 15
    Friday April 2016

    Private Members Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at the Royal Festival Hall

    10:30 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors, Thomas Beecham Group patrons and Executive and Executive Plus Contemporaries can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal of the evening's repertoire at the Royal Festival Hall.
  • 15
    Friday April 2016

    Free pre-concert event: Shakespeare400

    Think you know Romeo and Juliet?

    6:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    Think you know Romeo and Juliet?
    Gordon McMullan, Academic Director Shakespeare400, and colleagues set out to dispel the myths of this well known story.
  • 15
    Friday April 2016

    Shakespeare400: Romeo & Juliet

    Jaime Martín conducts music from Prokofiev’s celebrated ballet score

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £9.00
    The LPO’s Shakespeare400 celebrations continue with music from Prokofiev’s celebrated ballet score Romeo and Juliet.
  • 16
    Saturday April 2016

    Brighton residency: de Falla, Rodrigo and Prokofiev

    Jaime Martín conducts music from Prokofiev’s celebrated ballet score

    7:30 PM, Brighton Dome, Brighton

    From £10.00
    The LPO is joined by classical guitar phenomenon Craig Ogden, who performs Rodrigo's captivating Fantasía para un gentilhombre. Also on the programme is de Falla's Suite No. 2 from The Three-cornered Hat and excerpts from Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet ballet music.
  • 17
    Sunday April 2016

    Eastbourne residency: de Falla, Rodrigo and Prokofiev

    Jaime Martín conducts music from Prokofiev’s celebrated ballet score

    3:00 PM, Congress Theatre, Eastbourne

    From £13.00
    The LPO is joined by star guitarist Xuefei Yang, who performs Rodrigo's captivating Fantasía para un gentilhombre. Also on the programme is de Falla's Suite No. 2 from The Three-cornered Hat and excerpts from Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet ballet music.
  • 20
    Wednesday April 2016

    Private Members Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at the Royal Festival Hall

    10:30 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors, Thomas Beecham Group patrons and Executive and Executive Plus Contemporaries can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal of the evening's repertoire at the Royal Festival Hall.
  • 20
    Wednesday April 2016

    Supporters' Lunch

    Join us at our annual lunch to celebrate your support of the Orchestra.

    1:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £25.00
    Principal Friends, Benefactors and Thomas Beecham Group patrons are invited to join us for a delicious lunch in celebration of their support for the LPO.
  • 20
    Wednesday April 2016

    French masterpieces

    Jurowski conducts Honegger, Saint-Saëns, Dukas and Debussy

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £9.00
    Vladimir Jurowski conducts an evening of French music, including works by Saint-Saëns, Dukas and Debussy.
  • 23
    Saturday April 2016

    Shakespeare400: Anniversary Gala concert

    A special gala event celebrating the greatest playwright that ever lived

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £12.00
    Vladimir Jurowski conducts music inspired by Shakespeare, with readings directed by Simon Callow, performed by actors Anna Chancellor and Dominic West.
  • 30
    Saturday April 2016

    An Alpine Symphony

    Jurowski conducts Strauss and Rachmaninoff

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £9.00
    The London Philharmonic Orchestra performs Rachmaninoff’s Piano Concerto No. 4 and R Strauss’s spectacular Alpine Symphony.
  • 30
    Saturday April 2016

    Free post-concert event

    Shakespeare400 finale

    9:45 PM, Clore Ballroom, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    In a rousing finale to our Shakespeare celebrations, the Royal College of Music Big Band, directed by Mark Armstrong, performs Duke Ellington’s Such Sweet Thunder, based on the work of William Shakespeare.
  • 21
    Saturday May 2016

    Wagner: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    2:55 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Singing and songwriting take centre-stage in Wagner's joyous comedy.
  • 22
    Sunday May 2016

    Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    4:15 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Mischief and mayhem run riot in Rossini’s most popular comedy.
  • 25
    Wednesday May 2016

    Wagner: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    2:55 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Singing and songwriting take centre-stage in Wagner's joyous comedy.
  • 26
    Thursday May 2016

    Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    5:30 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Mischief and mayhem run riot in Rossini’s most popular comedy.
  • 28
    Saturday May 2016

    Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    5:30 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Mischief and mayhem run riot in Rossini’s most popular comedy.
  • 29
    Sunday May 2016

    Wagner: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    1:40 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Singing and songwriting take centre-stage in Wagner's joyous comedy.
  • 01
    Wednesday June 2016

    Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    5:30 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Mischief and mayhem run riot in Rossini’s most popular comedy.
  • 02
    Thursday June 2016

    Wagner: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    2:55 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Singing and songwriting take centre-stage in Wagner's joyous comedy.
  • 04
    Saturday June 2016

    Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    5:30 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Mischief and mayhem run riot in Rossini’s most popular comedy.
  • 05
    Sunday June 2016

    OAE Tots - Forest Fairies

    At FUNharmonics

    10:15 AM, Level 5 Function Room | Royal Festival Hall, London

    Looking for something for younger music lovers?

    Our friends at the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment are bringing their popular OAE Tots workshops to FUNharmonics.

    Suitable for children aged 2–5

  • 05
    Sunday June 2016

    Bottom's Dream

    FUNharmonics family concert

    12:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00
    A Midsummer Night’s Dream, presented especially for young audiences.
  • 07
    Tuesday June 2016

    Wagner: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    2:55 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Singing and songwriting take centre-stage in Wagner's joyous comedy.
  • 08
    Wednesday June 2016

    Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    5:30 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Mischief and mayhem run riot in Rossini’s most popular comedy.
  • 10
    Friday June 2016

    Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    5:30 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Mischief and mayhem run riot in Rossini’s most popular comedy.
  • 11
    Saturday June 2016

    Wagner: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    5:39 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Singing and songwriting take centre-stage in Wagner's joyous comedy.
  • 12
    Sunday June 2016

    Janáček: The Cunning Little Vixen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    5:10 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    All the creatures of the forest come to life in a fox’s tale of love, life and loss.
  • 15
    Wednesday June 2016

    Wagner: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    2:55 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Singing and songwriting take centre-stage in Wagner's joyous comedy.
  • 16
    Thursday June 2016

    Janáček: The Cunning Little Vixen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    6:25 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    All the creatures of the forest come to life in a fox’s tale of love, life and loss.
  • 17
    Friday June 2016

    Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    5:30 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Mischief and mayhem run riot in Rossini’s most popular comedy.
  • 18
    Saturday June 2016

    Janáček: The Cunning Little Vixen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    6:25 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    All the creatures of the forest come to life in a fox’s tale of love, life and loss.
  • 19
    Sunday June 2016

    Wagner: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    1:40 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Singing and songwriting take centre-stage in Wagner's joyous comedy.
  • 21
    Tuesday June 2016

    Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    5:30 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Mischief and mayhem run riot in Rossini’s most popular comedy.
  • 22
    Wednesday June 2016

    Janáček: The Cunning Little Vixen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    6:25 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    All the creatures of the forest come to life in a fox’s tale of love, life and loss.
  • 23
    Thursday June 2016

    Wagner: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    2:55 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Singing and songwriting take centre-stage in Wagner's joyous comedy.
  • 24
    Friday June 2016

    Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    5:30 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Mischief and mayhem run riot in Rossini’s most popular comedy.
  • 25
    Saturday June 2016

    Janáček: The Cunning Little Vixen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    6:25 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    All the creatures of the forest come to life in a fox’s tale of love, life and loss.
  • 26
    Sunday June 2016

    Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    4:15 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Mischief and mayhem run riot in Rossini’s most popular comedy.
  • 27
    Monday June 2016

    Wagner: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    2:55 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Singing and songwriting take centre-stage in Wagner's joyous comedy.
  • 29
    Wednesday June 2016

    Janáček: The Cunning Little Vixen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    6:25 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    All the creatures of the forest come to life in a fox’s tale of love, life and loss.
  • 01
    Friday July 2016

    Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    5:30 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Mischief and mayhem run riot in Rossini’s most popular comedy.
  • 02
    Saturday July 2016

    Janáček: The Cunning Little Vixen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    6:25 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    All the creatures of the forest come to life in a fox’s tale of love, life and loss.
  • 04
    Monday July 2016

    Debut Sounds: Dérive

    Magnus Lindberg conducts five world premieres

    7:30 PM, Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall, Royal College of Music, London, SW7 2BS

    From £8.00
    An evening of new music by the rising stars of the LPO’s Young Composers programme, conducted by Magnus Lindberg.
  • 09
    Saturday July 2016

    Janáček: The Cunning Little Vixen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    6:25 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    All the creatures of the forest come to life in a fox’s tale of love, life and loss.
  • 10
    Sunday July 2016

    Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    4:15 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Mischief and mayhem run riot in Rossini’s most popular comedy.
  • 13
    Wednesday July 2016

    Janáček: The Cunning Little Vixen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    6:25 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    All the creatures of the forest come to life in a fox’s tale of love, life and loss.
  • 14
    Thursday July 2016

    Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    5:30 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Mischief and mayhem run riot in Rossini’s most popular comedy.
  • 16
    Saturday July 2016

    Janáček: The Cunning Little Vixen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    6:25 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    All the creatures of the forest come to life in a fox’s tale of love, life and loss.
  • 17
    Sunday July 2016

    Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    4:15 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Mischief and mayhem run riot in Rossini’s most popular comedy.
  • 19
    Tuesday July 2016

    Canary Wharf: free outdoor performance

    Featuring Beethoven's Symphony No. 5

    7:00 PM, Canada Square Park, Canary Wharf, London

    Join the LPO for a free outdoor performance this summer at Canary Wharf's Canada Square. On the programme are Beethoven's Symphony No. 5, Mozart's Symphony No. 40 and the Overture to Rossini's The Barber of Seville.
  • 22
    Friday July 2016

    Janáček: The Cunning Little Vixen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    6:25 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    All the creatures of the forest come to life in a fox’s tale of love, life and loss.
  • 23
    Saturday July 2016

    Berlioz: Béatrice et Bénédict

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    5:20 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Love conquers all in Berlioz’s sparkling take on Much Ado About Nothing.
  • 24
    Sunday July 2016

    BBC Proms: Beethoven Symphony No. 9

    Plus a work from Magnus Lindberg

    8:00 PM, Royal Albert Hall, London

    The LPO performs at the BBC Proms, conducted by Vladimir Jurowski. On the programme is Beethoven's mighty Symphony No. 9 and a world premiere by Composer in Residence Magnus Lindberg.
  • 25
    Monday July 2016

    Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia

    BBC Proms performance

    7:00 PM, Royal Albert Hall, London

    The LPO and Glyndebourne Festival Opera perform Rossini's comic masterpiece Il barbiere di Siviglia with a star cast led by Danielle de Niese.
  • 27
    Wednesday July 2016

    Berlioz: Béatrice et Bénédict

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    5:20 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Love conquers all in Berlioz’s sparkling take on Much Ado About Nothing.
  • 28
    Thursday July 2016

    Janáček: The Cunning Little Vixen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    6:25 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    All the creatures of the forest come to life in a fox’s tale of love, life and loss.
  • 30
    Saturday July 2016

    Berlioz: Béatrice et Bénédict

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    5:20 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Love conquers all in Berlioz’s sparkling take on Much Ado About Nothing.
  • 31
    Sunday July 2016

    Janáček: The Cunning Little Vixen

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    5:10 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    All the creatures of the forest come to life in a fox’s tale of love, life and loss.
  • 03
    Wednesday August 2016

    Berlioz: Béatrice et Bénédict

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    5:20 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Love conquers all in Berlioz’s sparkling take on Much Ado About Nothing.
  • 05
    Friday August 2016

    Berlioz: Béatrice et Bénédict

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    5:20 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Love conquers all in Berlioz’s sparkling take on Much Ado About Nothing.
  • 09
    Tuesday August 2016

    Berlioz: Béatrice et Bénédict

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    10:12 AM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Love conquers all in Berlioz’s sparkling take on Much Ado About Nothing.
  • 11
    Thursday August 2016

    Britten: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    4:20 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Peter Hall’s spellbinding production of A Midsummer Night's Dream.

    Peter Hall’s spellbinding production

  • 12
    Friday August 2016

    Berlioz: Béatrice et Bénédict

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    5:20 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Love conquers all in Berlioz’s sparkling take on Much Ado About Nothing.
  • 13
    Saturday August 2016

    Britten: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    4:20 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Peter Hall’s spellbinding production of A Midsummer Night's Dream.
  • 15
    Monday August 2016

    Berlioz: Béatrice et Bénédict

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    5:20 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Love conquers all in Berlioz’s sparkling take on Much Ado About Nothing.
  • 16
    Tuesday August 2016

    Britten: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    4:20 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Peter Hall’s spellbinding production of A Midsummer Night's Dream.
  • 18
    Thursday August 2016

    Britten: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    4:20 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Peter Hall’s spellbinding production of A Midsummer Night's Dream.
  • 19
    Friday August 2016

    Berlioz: Béatrice et Bénédict

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    5:20 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Love conquers all in Berlioz’s sparkling take on Much Ado About Nothing.
  • 21
    Sunday August 2016

    Britten: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    4:05 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Peter Hall’s spellbinding production of A Midsummer Night's Dream.
  • 22
    Monday August 2016

    Berlioz: Béatrice et Bénédict

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    5:20 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Love conquers all in Berlioz’s sparkling take on Much Ado About Nothing.
  • 23
    Tuesday August 2016

    Britten: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    4:20 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Peter Hall’s spellbinding production of A Midsummer Night's Dream.
  • 25
    Thursday August 2016

    Berlioz: Béatrice et Bénédict

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    5:20 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Love conquers all in Berlioz’s sparkling take on Much Ado About Nothing.
  • 26
    Friday August 2016

    Britten: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    4:20 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Peter Hall’s spellbinding production of A Midsummer Night's Dream.
  • 27
    Saturday August 2016

    Berlioz: Béatrice et Bénédict

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    5:20 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Love conquers all in Berlioz’s sparkling take on Much Ado About Nothing.
  • 28
    Sunday August 2016

    Britten: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

    Glyndebourne Festival 2016

    4:05 PM, Glyndebourne Festival , Glyndebourne

    Peter Hall’s spellbinding production of A Midsummer Night's Dream.
  • 23
    Friday September 2016

    Free pre-concert event

    Professor Jim Samson

    6:15 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    Professor Jim Samson from Royal Holloway, University of London, looks at the two very different violin concertos by Szymanowski.
  • 23
    Friday September 2016

    Jurowski and Benedetti

    Nicola Benedetti plays Szymanowski’s Violin Concertos

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00

    Vladimir Jurowski launches the LPO’s 2016/17 season with an opening night that is positively drenched in musical colour featuring works by Debussy, Szymanowski and Bartók.

  • 24
    Saturday September 2016

    Saffron Hall: Jurowski and Benedetti

    The opening concert of Saffron Hall's 2016-17 season

    7:30 PM, Saffron Hall, Saffron Walden

    From £18.00
  • 25
    Sunday September 2016

    Frankfurt Alte Oper

    The LPO on tour in Frankfurt

    7:00 PM, Alte Oper, Frankfurt

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts works by Debussy, Szymanowski & Stravinsky
  • 26
    Monday September 2016

    Tour of Royal Festival Hall organ

    Enjoy exclusive access to private tour at Royal Festival Hall

    7:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £12.50
    Friends, Benefactors and Thomas Beecham Group members enjoy exclusive access to private members' events.
  • 26
    Monday September 2016

    Gasteig, Munich

    Part of the Bartók for Europe Festival

    8:00 PM, Gasteig,Philharmonie, Munich

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts works by Debussy, Beethoven & Bartók.
  • 28
    Wednesday September 2016

    Private Members' Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at Royal Festival Hall

    4:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors and Thomas Beecham Group members enjoy exclusive access to attend private rehearsals at Royal Festival Hall throughout the season.
  • 28
    Wednesday September 2016

    Romantic Symphony

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts Beethoven and Bruckner

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00

    Valery Afanassiev joins the LPO to perform Beethoven’s First Piano Concerto, full of irresistibly romantic flair. Vladimir Jurowski conducts this concert which includes Bruckner’s ‘Romantic’ Fourth Symphony.

  • 29
    Thursday September 2016

    Kodály Centre, Pécs

    The LPO on tour in Pécs

    7:30 PM, Kodály Centre , Pécs

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts works by Mendelssohn and Bruckner
  • 30
    Friday September 2016

    Erkel Színház (Erkel Theatre), Budapest

    The LPO on tour in Budapest

    7:30 PM, Erkel Színház (Erkel Theatre), Budapest

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts works by Mendelssohn and Bruckner
  • 02
    Sunday October 2016

    2001: A Space Odyssey

    Film Scores Live

    7:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, London

    From £20.00
    The LPO joins forces with Philharmonia Voices and conductor André de Ridder in a special live accompaniment to a screening of 2001: A Space Odyssey.
  • 08
    Saturday October 2016

    Free pre-concert event

    Lady Camilla Panufnik

    6:15 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    Lady Camilla Panufnik joins BBC Radio 3's Petroc Trelawny to share an insight into her late husband's life and music.
  • 08
    Saturday October 2016

    A matter of life and death

    Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 5 conducted by Thomas Søndergård

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00

    Thomas Søndergård brings all his trademark energy to a Symphony that defined the 20th century – music that really is a matter of life and death. Also on the programme are Panufnik’s atmospheric Violin Concerto and Sibelius’s King Kristian II Suite.

  • 09
    Sunday October 2016

    OAE Tots – Storytime

    At FUNharmonics

    10:00 AM, Level 5 Function Room | Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    Looking for something for younger music lovers?

    Our friends at the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment are bringing their popular OAE Tots workshops to FUNharmonics.

    Suitable for children aged 2–5
  • 09
    Sunday October 2016

    Tales from the north

    FUNharmonics family concert

    12:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00
    Taking the Orchestra’s Sibelius Symphony Cycle as its inspiration, join us for a musical adventure through the weird and wonderful world of folk tales from the north.
  • 12
    Wednesday October 2016

    Mozart and Mahler

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts Mahler’s Symphony No. 4

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00
    An inspired pairing of Mozart and Mahler, two composers that throw a fascinating light on each other. Mahler’s brightest and most elegant symphony is paired with Mozart’s 24th Piano Concerto, performed here by young French pianist Lucas Debargue.
  • 15
    Saturday October 2016

    Private Members' Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at Royal Festival Hall

    10:00 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors, Thomas Beecham Group members and Executive and Executive Plus Contemporaries can enjoy exclusive access to attend private rehearsals at Royal Festival Hall throughout the season.
  • 15
    Saturday October 2016

    Free pre-concert event

    Henze: Henze: A 20th-Century Symphonist

    6:15 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    Gramophone critic and Henze biographer Guy Rickards looks at Henze's importance as a 20th-century symphonist.
  • 15
    Saturday October 2016

    The symphony lives

    Henze’s Symphony No. 7 conducted by Vladimir Jurowski

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00
    Powerful, poetic and unashamedly grand, Henze’s Symphony No. 7 lies in the tradition of Beethoven and Mahler and speaks directly to audiences in the here and now. It is paired here with 20th-century classics by Stravinsky and Zimmermann.
  • 16
    Sunday October 2016

    The Anvil, Basingstoke

    Beethoven and Mahler

    7:45 PM, The Anvil, Basingstoke

    From £14.00
    Thomas Zehemtair leads the London Philharmonic Orchestra in a concert of Beethoven's elegant Violin Concerto and Mahler's Symphony No. 4 with celebrated soprano Sofia Fomina.
  • 19
    Wednesday October 2016

    Pride and passion

    Vänskä: Sibelius Symphony Cycle

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00
    Renowned Sibelius interpreter Osmo Vänskä launches his Sibelius Symphony Cycle with Sibelius’s Symphony No. 1, paired here with the cheerful patriotism of his Karelia Suite. The Cycle includes British composers’ concertos: on this occasion, Simon Lamsma performs Britten’s Violin Concerto.
  • 21
    Friday October 2016

    Triumph and tranquility

    Vänskä: Sibelius Symphony Cycle

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00
    Osmo Vänskä conducts Sibelius’s Second and Third Symphonies: demonstrating the classical energy of the Third to the sweeping emotional odyssey of the Second. Also on the programme is Vaughan Williams’s soaring The Lark Ascending.
  • 23
    Sunday October 2016

    Eastbourne residency: Sweeping romantic drama

    3:00 PM, Congress Theatre, Eastbourne

    From £13.00
  • 26
    Wednesday October 2016

    Private Members' Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at Royal Festival Hall

    10:30 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors, Thomas Beecham Group members and Executive and Exectuive Plus Contemporaries can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal at Royal Festival Hall.
  • 26
    Wednesday October 2016

    Free pre-concert event

    Foyle Future Firsts

    6:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    The first concert with our 2016/17 Foyle Future Firsts, curated by Osmo Vänskä, includes a rarely heard octet arrangement of Sibelius's En Saga, by Jaako Kuusisto.
  • 26
    Wednesday October 2016

    Darkness and light

    Vänskä: Sibelius Symphony Cycle

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00
    Opening with Raphael Wallfisch performing Elgar’s Cello Concerto, Osmo Vänskä’s Sibelius Symphony Cycle continues with his Fourth and Fifth Symphonies. Contrasting emotions are felt here: the enigmatic bleakness of the Fourth pitted against the courage and hope of the Fifth.
  • 28
    Friday October 2016

    Towards the horizon

    Vänskä: Sibelius Symphony Cycle

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00
    The climax of Osmo Vänskä's Sibelius Symphony Cycle ends with performances of Sibelius’s Sixth and Seventh Symphonies; alongside his Oceanides seascape and Walton’s Violin Concerto, played here by Tasmin Little.
  • 29
    Saturday October 2016

    Brighton residency: Towards the horizon

    Vänskä: Sibelius Symphony Cycle

    7:30 PM, Brighton Dome, Brighton

    From £10.00
  • 01
    Tuesday November 2016

    Meow Meow’s Pandemonium

    With members of Pink Martini

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £25.00
    At last! An evening of (almost) completely orchestrated CHAOS. International siren and comedienne extraordinaire Meow Meow brings her glorious brand of subversive and sublime performance to Royal Festival Hall.
  • 05
    Saturday November 2016

    From the heart

    Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis conducted by Sir Mark Elder

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00
    ‘Written from the heart – that it may go to the heart’, was how Beethoven described his Missa Solemnis. Whatever your own beliefs, this is one of those pieces that everyone needs to hear for themselves.
  • 09
    Wednesday November 2016

    Private Members' Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at Royal Festivall Hall

    10:30 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors, Thomas Beecham Group members and Executive and Exectuive Plus Contemporaries can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal at Royal Festival Hall.
  • 09
    Wednesday November 2016

    Mutter plays Beethoven

    Anne-Sophie Mutter performs Beethoven’s Violin Concerto

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £12.00
    One of the greatest violinists in the world today, Anne-Sophie Mutter joins forces with the LPO to perform Beethoven’s Violin Concerto. Robin Ticciati conducts the Orchestra in a performance also including Dvořák’s Symphony No. 9 (From the New World).
  • 10
    Thursday November 2016

    Congress Centrum, Hanover

    The LPO on tour in Hanover

    7:30 PM, Congress Centrum, Hanover

    Robin Ticciati conducts works by Mendelssohn and Bruckner
  • 11
    Friday November 2016

    Laeiszhalle, Hamburg

    The LPO on tour in Hamburg

    7:30 PM, Laeiszhalle, Hamburg

    Robin Ticciati conducts works by Mendelssohn and Bruckner
  • 12
    Saturday November 2016

    Tonhalle Düsseldorf

    The LPO on tour in Düsseldorf

    8:00 PM, Tonhalle , Düsseldorf

    Robin Ticciati conducts works by Mendelssohn and Bruckner
  • 13
    Sunday November 2016

    Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden

    The LPO on tour in Baden-Baden

    6:00 PM, Festspielhaus, Baden-Baden

    Robin Ticciati conducts works by Schumann, Mendelssohn and Dvorák
  • 14
    Monday November 2016

    Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris

    The LPO on tour in Paris

    8:00 PM, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris

    Robin Ticciati conducts works by Schumann, Mendelssohn and Dvorák
  • 15
    Tuesday November 2016

    Alte Oper, Frankfurt

    The LPO on tour in Frankfurt

    8:00 PM, Alte Oper, Frankfurt

    Robin Ticciati conducts works by Schumann, Mendelssohn and Dvorák
  • 17
    Thursday November 2016

    Gasteig, Munich

    The LPO on tour in Munich

    8:00 PM, Gasteig, Munich

    Robin Ticciati conducts works by Schumann, Mendelssohn and Bruckner
  • 18
    Friday November 2016

    Berlin Philharmonie

    The LPO on tour in Berlin

    8:00 PM, Philharmonie , Berlin

    Robin Ticciati conducts works by Schumann, Mendelssohn and Bruckner
  • 19
    Saturday November 2016

    Frauenkirche Dresden

    The LPO on tour in Dresden

    8:00 PM, Frauenkirche, Dresden

    Robin Ticciati conducts works by Schumann, Mendelssohn and Dvorák
  • 20
    Sunday November 2016

    Musikverein, Vienna

    The LPO on tour in Vienna

    7:30 PM, Musikverein, Vienna

    Robin Ticciati conducts works by Schumann, Mendelssohn and Dvorák
  • 26
    Saturday November 2016

    Brighton residency: North meets south

    7:30 PM, Brighton Dome, Brighton

    From £10.00
  • 27
    Sunday November 2016

    Eastbourne residency: North meets south

    3:00 PM, Congress Theatre, Eastbourne

    From £13.00
  • 30
    Wednesday November 2016

    Free pre-concert event

    Julian Bliss

    6:15 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    Julian Bliss discusses Mozart's Clarinet Concerto and his career to date.
  • 30
    Wednesday November 2016

    Julian Bliss plays Mozart

    Mozart's Clarinet Concerto & Rachmaninoff Symphony No. 2

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00
    LPO Principal Guest Conductor Andrès Orozco-Estrada conducts the Orchestra in a beautiful programme of classical favourites, including Mozart's Clarinet Concerto performed by star British clarinettist Julian Bliss.
  • 02
    Friday December 2016

    Romantic revolution

    Beethoven’s ‘Eroica’ Symphony conducted by Andrés Orozco-Estrada

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00
    Forged by an angry young genius in an age of revolution, Beethoven’s ‘Eroica’ Symphony is a fitting climax to a concert positively buzzing with romantic energy, including Weber’s Overture to Euryanthe and Bruch’s Violin Concerto No. 1 performed by Hilary Hahn.
  • 03
    Saturday December 2016

    Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham

    Weber, Bruch & Brahms

    7:30 PM, Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham

    From £15.00
    The London Philharmonic Orchestra visits Nottingham's Royal Concert Hall with Principal Guest Conductor Andrés Orozco-Estrada and acclaimed American violinist Hilary Hahn.
  • 04
    Sunday December 2016

    Eastbourne residency: Beethoven's Fifth

    3:00 PM, Congress Theatre, Eastbourne

    From £13.00
  • 07
    Wednesday December 2016

    Postcards from Russia

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts an evening of Russian music

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00
    Whether they were in the St Petersburg of the Tsars, or Moscow under the Soviets, Russian composers wrote music without boundaries. Hear it at this performance, including Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 2 and Prokofiev’s Cello Concerto, performed by Steven Isserlis.
  • 09
    Friday December 2016

    Auditorio Nacional de Musica, Madrid

    The LPO on tour in Madrid

    10:30 PM, Auditorio Nacional de Musica, Madrid

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts works by Dvorák and Mahler
  • 10
    Saturday December 2016

    Auditorio Nacional de Musica, Madrid

    The LPO on tour in Madrid

    10:30 PM, Auditorio Nacional de Musica, Madrid

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts works by Glinka, Chopin and Tchaikovsky
  • 11
    Sunday December 2016

    Palau de la Música i Congressos de Valencia

    The LPO on tour in Valencia

    7:30 PM, Palau de la Música i Congressos, Valencia

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts works by Chopin and Mahler
  • 12
    Monday December 2016

    Auditorio de la Diputación de Alicante

    The LPO on tour in Alicante

    8:00 PM, Auditorio de la Diputación de Alicante, Alicante

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts works by Chopin and Mahler
  • 14
    Wednesday December 2016

    Private Members' Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at Royal Festival Hall

    10:30 AM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors, Thomas Beecham Group members and Executive and Exectuive Plus Contemporaries can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal at Royal Festival Hall.
  • 14
    Wednesday December 2016

    Rachmaninoff in love

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts Rachmaninoff and Chopin

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00
    LPO Principal Conductor and Artistic Advisor Vladimir Jurowski conducts the Orchestra in a programme including Rachmaninoff’s passionate Symphony No. 1 and Chopin’s glittering Piano Concerto No. 1, performed by 21 year old star pianist Jan Lisiecki.
  • 18
    Sunday December 2016

    Konzerthaus Dortmund

    The LPO on tour in Dortmund

    6:00 PM, Konzerthaus , Dortmund

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts works by Glinka, Chopin and Rachmaninoff
  • 19
    Monday December 2016

    Wiener Konzerthaus

    The LPO on tour in Vienna

    7:30 PM, Wiener Konzerthaus, Vienna

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts works by Glinka, Chopin and Rachmaninoff
  • 20
    Tuesday December 2016

    Liederhalle Stuttgart

    The LPO on tour in Stuttgart

    8:00 PM, Liederhalle, Stuttgart

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts works by Glinka, Chopin and Rachmaninoff
  • 21
    Wednesday December 2016

    Konzerthaus Freiburg

    The LPO on tour in Freiburg

    8:00 PM, Konzerthaus , Freiburg

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts works by Glinka, Chopin and Rachmaninoff
  • 10
    Tuesday January 2017

    Theater Heerlen

    The LPO on tour in Heerlen

    8:00 PM, Theater Heerlen, Heerlen

    Manfred Honeck conducts works by Brahms
  • 11
    Wednesday January 2017

    Concertgebouw Bruges

    The LPO on tour in Bruges

    8:00 PM, Concertgebouw , Bruges

    Manfred Honeck conducts works by Brahms
  • 12
    Thursday January 2017

    Muziekgebouw Eindhoven

    The LPO on tour in Eindhoven

    8:15 PM, Muziekgebouw Eindhoven, Eindhoven

    Manfred Honeck conducts works by Brahms
  • 13
    Friday January 2017

    Private Members' Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at Royal Festivall Hall

    2:30 PM, Royal Festivall Hall, London

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors, Thomas Beecham Group members and Executive and Exectuive Plus Contemporaries can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal at Royal Festival Hall.
  • 13
    Friday January 2017

    Sunlight and storm clouds

    Ray Chen performs Brahms’s Violin Concerto

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00
    Violinist Ray Chen makes a welcome return to the Royal Festival Hall with a performance of Brahms’s Violin Concerto. Manfred Honeck conducts this performance, culminating in Brahms’s Symphony No. 1.
  • 21
    Saturday January 2017

    Free pre-concert event: Belief and Beyond Belief

    Fidelio

    6:15 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    LPO Principal Conductor Vladimir Jurowski discusses this evening's performance of Fidelio within the context of the Belief and Beyond Belief festival.
  • 21
    Saturday January 2017

    Fidelio

    Belief and Beyond Belief: Meaning

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00
    Launching the LPO’s concerts in Belief and Beyond Belief is a semi-staged concert performance of Beethoven’s Fidelio, complete with a star line up. A tale of tyranny and freedom, of heroism and love, all set to music of soul-stirring nobility and compassion, Fidelio loses none of its power in concert.
  • 25
    Wednesday January 2017

    Private Members' Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at Royal Festival Hall

    10:30 AM

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors, Thomas Beecham Group members and Executive and Exectuive Plus Contemporaries can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal at Royal Festival Hall
  • 25
    Wednesday January 2017

    Free pre-concert event: Belief and Beyond Belief

    Foyle Future Firsts

    6:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts the LPO's Foyle Future Firsts in a chamber performance of Mahler's Symphony No. 4. 
  • 25
    Wednesday January 2017

    20th-century discoveries

    Belief and Beyond Belief: Meaning

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00

    Kancheli, Martinů and Vaughan Williams: three great composers, three extraordinary testimonies of experience in the 20th century. Vladimir Jurowski and the LPO invite you to discover a different face of a century we all thought we knew.

  • 28
    Saturday January 2017

    New Worlds

    Belief and Beyond Belief: Science

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00
    Vladimir Jurowski conducts a programme that might just change the very way  you listen to music, including Milhaud’s La Création du monde to John Adams’s ‘minimalist symphony’ Harmonielehre.
  • 04
    Saturday February 2017

    In the beginning

    Belief and Beyond Belief: Science

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00
    Sir Roger Norrington conducts Haydn’s The Creation. With its roof-raising choruses, bubbling melodies and glowing colours, The Creation is quite simply one of the most life-affirming and generous two hours of music you’ll ever hear.
  • 05
    Sunday February 2017

    Eastbourne residency: The Four Seasons

    3:00 PM, Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne

    From £15.00
  • 10
    Friday February 2017

    Private Members' Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at Royal Festivall Hall

    10:30 AM

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors, Thomas Beecham Group members and Executive and Exectuive Plus Contemporaries can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal at Royal Festival Hall.
  • 10
    Friday February 2017

    Free pre-concert event: New Horizons

    Inspired by Ligeti and Strauss

    6:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    Talented music students from Notre Dame School and St Martin-in-the-Fields High School for Girls perform their compositions inspired by Atmosphères and Also sprach Zarathustra, supported by LPO players.

    To find out more about New Horizons, visit our New Horizons project page.

  • 10
    Friday February 2017

    Man and superman

    Belief and Beyond Belief: Science

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00
    LPO Principal Guest Conductor Andrès Orozco-Estrada conducts a varied programme including Strauss’s Also sprach Zarathustra and Ligeti’s Atmosphères, both found on the soundtrack of 2001: A Space Odyssey.
  • 11
    Saturday February 2017

    American adventurers

    Belief and Beyond Belief: Science

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00

    LPO Principal Guest Conductor Andrès Orozco-Estrada conducts a programme of American music, including John Adams’s Doctor Atomic Symphony, Ives’s The Unanswered Question, and the UK premiere of Aaron Jay Kernis’s Flute Concerto, performed by Marina Piccinini.

  • 14
    Tuesday February 2017

    Brief Encounter

    Film Scores Live

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, London

    From £20.00
    Celebrate Valentine's Day with this special screening of Brief Encounter, featuring a newly commissioned soundtrack performed by the LPO.
  • 16
    Thursday February 2017

    Philharmonie Cologne

    The LPO on tour in Cologne

    8:00 PM, Philharmonie , Cologne

    Andrés Orozco-Estrada conducts works by Weber, Ginastera and Beethoven
  • 18
    Saturday February 2017

    OAE Tots – The Science of Sound

    At FUNharmonics

    10:15 AM, Level 5 Function Room | Royal Festival Hall, London

    Looking for something for younger music lovers?

    Our friends at the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment are bringing their popular OAE Tots workshops to FUNharmonics.
    Suitable for children aged 2–5
  • 18
    Saturday February 2017

    Conducting science

    FUNharmonics family concert

    12:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00
    Music meets science as we discover the secrets behind the extraordinary sounds of the Orchestra.
  • 22
    Wednesday February 2017

    Free pre-concert event: Belief and Beyond Belief

    Music and Death

    6:15 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    Dr Johnson said that the prospect of death 'concentrates the mind wonderfully'. Writer and broadcaster Stephen Johnson takes a look at composers' different responses, how they confronted death, and what it tells us about 'simple faith'.
  • 22
    Wednesday February 2017

    Memory of an angel

    Belief and Beyond Belief: Death

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00

    Captivating violin superstar Patricia Kopatchinskaja joins forces with Vladimir Jurowski to perform Berg’s Violin Concerto. Also on the programme is Shostakovich’s Symphony No. 15 and Denisov’s Symphony No. 2.

  • 27
    Monday February 2017

    Lincoln Center, New York

    The LPO on tour in New York

    8:00 PM, Lincoln Center, New York

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts works by Glinka, Prokofiev and Rachmaninoff
  • 04
    Saturday March 2017

    Private Members' Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at Royal Festival HallEnjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at Royal Festival Hall

    10:30 AM

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors, Thomas Beecham Group members and Executive and Exectuive Plus Contemporaries can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal at Royal Festival Hall.
  • 04
    Saturday March 2017

    Free pre-concert event: Music is Everything!

    London Music Masters

    5:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Join London Music Masters and around 350 children from 7 London primary schools for a fun and exciting performance of music written by, with and for the children of LMM learning. Using their violins, cellos, voices, bodies and bucket drums, the children will be performing two brand new pieces of music!
  • 04
    Saturday March 2017

    Free pre-concert talk: How do we live with death?

    Krzysztof Penderecki in conversation

    6:15 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    Krzysztof Penderecki discusses his St Luke Passion
  • 04
    Saturday March 2017

    St Luke Passion

    Belief and Beyond Belief: Death

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00

    LPO Principal Conductor and Artistic Advisor Vladimir Jurowski conducts a rare performance of Penderecki’s St Luke Passion. At its premiere in 1966 it left audiences reeling with emotion and disbelief: that new music could speak with such shattering power.

  • 07
    Tuesday March 2017

    Auditorio Nacional de Musica, Madrid

    7:30 PM, Auditorio Nacional de Musica, Madrid

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts works by Brahms and Beethoven
  • 11
    Saturday March 2017

    Brighton residency: Elgar's Enigma

    7:30 PM, Brighton Dome, Brighton

    From £10.00
  • 12
    Sunday March 2017

    Eastbourne residency: Enchantment and romance

    3:00 PM, Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne

    From £15.00
  • 15
    Wednesday March 2017

    Free pre-concert event: Belief and Beyond Belief

    Gavin Bryars

    6:15 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    British composer Gavin Bryars discusses two of his best known works, and his career to date.
  • 15
    Wednesday March 2017

    Power and provocation

    Belief and Beyond Belief: Death

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00
    Modern day masterpieces including Steve Reich’s minimalist Music for 18 Musicians and Gavin Bryars Jesus’ Blood Never Failed Me Yet combine for an evening of wonderful sonic experiences.
  • 22
    Wednesday March 2017

    Private Members' Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at Royal Festivall Hall

    10:30 AM

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors, Thomas Beecham Group members and Executive and Exectuive Plus Contemporaries can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal at Royal Festival Hall.
  • 22
    Wednesday March 2017

    Unfinished journey

    Belief and Beyond Belief: Death

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00

    Tonight's concert has been cancelled on police advice due to a security incident at Westminster. Ticket holders will be contacted in due course to arrange refunds.

    Jukka-Pekka Saraste conducts Bruckner’s unfinished Symphony No. 9. From its towering opening to soul-shaking finish, this is one of music’s most personal and passionate confessions of faith. Anssi Karttunen performs the UK premiere of Magnus Lindberg’s Cello Concerto No. 2.

  • 25
    Saturday March 2017

    Death and transfiguration

    Belief and Beyond Belief: Death

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00
    A singer herself, Nathalie Stutzmann joins forces with a world-class team of soloists and the London Philharmonic Choir to conduct Mozart’s iconic Requiem, alongside Strauss’s Death and Transfiguration.
  • 27
    Monday March 2017

    London Philharmonic Orchestra's London Marathon Fundraiser

    Enjoy an exclusive evening with the London Philharmonic Orchestra at the Virgin Money Haymarket Lounge.

    7:30 PM, Virgin Money Haymarket Lounge, London

    From £30.00
    Join us for an evening of interesting insight, music, wine and canapés to raise much-needed funds for our LPO London Marathon Runners, in aid of LPO BrightSparks schools concerts.
  • 28
    Tuesday March 2017

    Tonhalle, Zurich

    The LPO on tour in Zurich

    7:30 PM, Tonhalle, Zurich

    Howard Griffiths conducts works by Ravel, Poulenc and Dvořák
  • 29
    Wednesday March 2017

    Musical Theater Basel

    Howard Griffiths conducts works by Ravel, Poulenc and Dvořák

    7:30 PM, Musical Theater , Basel

    Howard Griffiths conducts works by Ravel, Poulenc and Dvořák
  • 08
    Saturday April 2017

    Free pre-concert event: Belief and Beyond Belief

    Stephen Johnson

    5:15 PM, Blue Room, Royal Festival Hall, London

    Writer and broadcaster Stephen Johnson, along with poet, novelist and biographer David Constantine, discuss Mahler’s Symphony of a Thousand, performed this evening.
  • 08
    Saturday April 2017

    Free pre-concert event: Belief and Beyond Belief

    LPO Soundworks

    6:00 PM, Clore Ballroom Floor, Southbank Centre, London, SE1 8XX

    Our creative cross-arts ensemble, LPO Soundworks, takes to the stage again, performing brand new soundtracks live alongside short films made by talented young filmmakers from BFI Future Film Academy. Expect the unexpected at this must-see celebration of young music-making.
  • 08
    Saturday April 2017

    Symphony of a thousand

    Belief and Beyond Belief: Ideology

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £12.00
    LPO Principal Conductor and Artistic Advisor Vladimir Jurowski continues his Mahler Symphony Cycle with Mahler’s Symphony No. 8, often called the ‘Symphony of a Thousand’. The evening opens with Tallis’s transcendent 40-part choral motet Spem in Alium.
  • 22
    Saturday April 2017

    Wigmore Hall: From tragedy to joy

    7:30 PM, Wigmore Hall, London

    From £15.00
  • 23
    Sunday April 2017

    Eastbourne residency: Tragedy to joy

    3:00 PM, Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne

    From £15.00
  • 26
    Wednesday April 2017

    Private Members' Rehearsal

    Enjoy exclusive access to private rehearsals at Royal Festivall Hall

    10:30 AM

    From £5.00
    Friends, Benefactors, Thomas Beecham Group members and Executive and Exectuive Plus Contemporaries can enjoy exclusive access to attend a private rehearsal at Royal Festival Hall.
  • 26
    Wednesday April 2017

    Free pre-concert event: Belief and Beyond Belief

    Music and Faith

    6:15 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    Is Mahler's Eighth a confession of faith? What was Wagner's philosophical agenda in Die Walküre and what was Bach to Hindemith and Wagner: embodiment of faith, 'Germanness' or both? Stephen Johnson explores how this is expressed musically in our late April concerts.
  • 26
    Wednesday April 2017

    Heaven and earth

    Belief and Beyond Belief: Ideology

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00
    Marek Janowski conducts Bruckner’s Symphony No. 7 – first heard by Bruckner in a dream, played by an angel, and a deeply-felt tribute to Bruckner’s ‘beloved Master’, Richard Wagner. It is preceded here by some of Wagner’s most overwhelmingly emotional music.
  • 28
    Friday April 2017

    Time becomes space

    Belief and Beyond Belief: Ideology

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00
    Wonderful soprano Angel Blue joins the LPO to sing Strauss’s Four Last Songs in a concert programme that strives for transcendence, from Schoenberg’s exquisite homage to Bach and Hindemith’s Nobilissima Visione Suite to the radiant climax of Wagner’s Parsifal.
  • 29
    Saturday April 2017

    Brighton residency: Romantic classics

    7:30 PM, Brighton Dome, Brighton

    From £10.00
  • 30
    Sunday April 2017

    All aboard the LPO

    FUNharmonics family concert

    12:00 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00
    Did you know the LPO travels thousands of miles every year, playing to people around the world? Jump on the tour bus with us and we’ll whisk you to some of the amazing cities that the Orchestra will be visiting this year.
  • 06
    Saturday May 2017

    Free pre-concert event: Belief and Beyond Belief

    Dr Benjamin Walton

    6:15 PM, Clore Ballroom, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    Dr Benjamin Walton, Senior Lecturer in Music at Cambridge University, and Matthew Bell, Professor of German and Comparative Literature at King's College London, discuss how Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony – and Schiller’s Ode which forms its last movement – reflect the ideals of the Enlightenment, and the powerful social changes of the times in which they were written.
  • 06
    Saturday May 2017

    Hymn to joy

    Belief and Beyond Belief: Society

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, London, SE1 8XX

    From £10.00
    Kazushi Ono conducts Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 in a fitting celebratory end to the LPO’s 2016/17 season. Also on the programme is a newly commissioned work by Magnus Lindberg.
  • 12
    Friday May 2017

    Ravi Shankar's only opera: Sukanya

    Curve, Leicester

    7:30 PM, Curve, Leicester

    From £10.00
  • 14
    Sunday May 2017

    Ravi Shankar's only opera: Sukanya

    The Lowry

    7:30 PM, The Lowry, Salford

    From £20.00
  • 15
    Monday May 2017

    Ravi Shankar's only opera: Sukanya

    Symphony Hall

    7:30 PM, Symphony Hall, Birmingham

    From £12.50
  • 19
    Friday May 2017

    Ravi Shankar's only opera: Sukanya

    Royal Festival Hall

    7:30 PM, Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, London

    From £15.00
  • 21
    Sunday May 2017

    Verdi: La traviata

    Glyndebourne Festival 2017

    4:30 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Violetta gives up every hope of happiness in this heart-wrenching love story. With its world-famous arias, La traviata is the perfect opera to introduce friends and family to Glyndebourne.
  • 23
    Tuesday May 2017

    Dresden Music Festival, Cultural Palace

    The LPO on tour in Dresden

    8:00 PM, Dresden Music Festival, Cultural Palace, Dresden

    Vladimir Jurowski conducts works by Glinka, Prokofiev and Shostakovich
  • 25
    Thursday May 2017

    Verdi: La traviata

    Glyndebourne Festival Opera

    4:45 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Violetta gives up every hope of happiness in this heart-wrenching love story. With its world-famous arias, La traviata is the perfect opera to introduce friends and family to Glyndebourne.
  • 28
    Sunday May 2017

    Verdi: La traviata

    Glyndebourne Festival Opera

    4:30 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Violetta gives up every hope of happiness in this heart-wrenching love story. With its world-famous arias, La traviata is the perfect opera to introduce friends and family to Glyndebourne.
  • 31
    Wednesday May 2017

    Verdi: La traviata

    Glyndebourne Festival Opera

    4:45 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Violetta gives up every hope of happiness in this heart-wrenching love story. With its world-famous arias, La traviata is the perfect opera to introduce friends and family to Glyndebourne.
  • 03
    Saturday June 2017

    Verdi: La traviata

    Glyndebourne Festival Opera

    4:45 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Violetta gives up every hope of happiness in this heart-wrenching love story. With its world-famous arias, La traviata is the perfect opera to introduce friends and family to Glyndebourne.
  • 07
    Wednesday June 2017

    Verdi: La traviata

    Glyndebourne Festival Opera

    4:45 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Violetta gives up every hope of happiness in this heart-wrenching love story. With its world-famous arias, La traviata is the perfect opera to introduce friends and family to Glyndebourne.
  • 10
    Saturday June 2017

    Verdi: La traviata

    Glyndebourne Festival Opera

    4:45 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Violetta gives up every hope of happiness in this heart-wrenching love story. With its world-famous arias, La traviata is the perfect opera to introduce friends and family to Glyndebourne.
  • 11
    Sunday June 2017

    Brett Dean: Hamlet

    Glyndebourne Festival 2017

    4:45 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Be part of a major new operatic work – join us for the world premiere of Brett Dean’s new opera based on Shakespeare’s best-known tragedy.
  • 12
    Monday June 2017

    Verdi: La traviata

    Glyndebourne Festival Opera

    4:45 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Violetta gives up every hope of happiness in this heart-wrenching love story. With its world-famous arias, La traviata is the perfect opera to introduce friends and family to Glyndebourne.
  • 13
    Tuesday June 2017

    Brett Dean: Hamlet

    Glyndebourne Festival 2017

    5:40 PM, Glyndebourne Festival, Glyndebourne

    Be part of a major new operatic work – join us for the world premiere of Brett Dean’s new opera based on Shakespeare’s best-known tragedy.
  • 16
    Friday June 2017

    Verdi: La traviata

    Glyndebourne Festival Opera

    4:45 PM,