News

The latest news about our concerts, recordings, concert streams and Education & Community programme.

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Bernard Haitink 1929–2021

The London Philharmonic Orchestra is saddened to learn of the death of conductor Bernard Haitink on 21 October 2021. As the Orchestra’s Principal Conductor from 1967–79, Haitink presided over some of its most memorable and exciting years, and was much loved by musicians and audiences alike. He enjoyed a relationship with the Orchestra that spanned over five decades: one of the greatest partnerships in London’s musical history.

 

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Two-year digital residency announced with Marquee TV

The London Philharmonic Orchestra builds on relationship with Marquee TV with two-year digital residency.12 concerts to be streamed during the first year. The LPO is responding to how the entertainment industry has been changed by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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2021/22 live concert season at the Southbank Centre

The London Philharmonic Orchestra today announced its 2021/22 season at the Royal Festival Hall, featuring 34 concerts of brilliantly curated programmes performed by many of the world’s leading musicians – and all in front of live audiences.

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Vladimir Jurowski conducts Swan Lake

Vladimir Jurowski Conducts his final Royal Festival Hall concert as Principal Conductor and Artistic Advisor of the London Philharmonic Orchestra.

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Artistic Director announcement

London Philharmonic Orchestra announces appointment of Elena Dubinets as Artistic Director following the departure of Cristina Rocca due to a personal bereavement.

 

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Announcing our Spring 2021 Online Concert Season

LONDON PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA RETURNS TO SOUTHBANK CENTRE THIS WEEK TO FILM SPRING CONCERT SERIES

Concerts will be filmed by Intersection (formerly Silent Studios) and available for global audiences to watch for free on Marquee TV from 24 March

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COVID-19 update for LPO concerts February & March 2021

We regret to inform you that we have taken the difficult decision to cancel our original Royal Festival Hall concerts as advertised between 14 February and 31 March 2021 inclusive.

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