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



LPO Junior Artists 2017

LPO Junior Artists

We are delighted to announce our new LPO Junior Artists Programme, an orchestral experience programme for talented young musicians from communities and backgrounds currently under-represented in professional UK orchestras.

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LPO in Spotify's Classical Christmas Playlist

We’re delighted to have been included in Spotify’s Classical Christmas playlist!

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Vladimir Jurowski introduces Belief & Beyond Belief

Belief and Beyond Belief

Principal Conductor and Artistic Advisor Vladimir Jurowski introduces Belief and Beyond Belief. This festival, in partnership with Southbank Centre, explores what it means to be human in the 21st century through music and debate.

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Meow Meow in conversation

Meow Meow

We caught up with international diva Meow Meow to find out what is in store at our performance with her on Tuesday 1 November ...

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Meow Meow's playlist

Meow Meow

Channel your inner diva by diving into the soundworld of Meow Meow. In this special playlist, Meow Meow has put together a list of her favourite songs, artists and influences ahead of her performance with the London Philharmonic Orchestra on Tuesday 1 November.

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Q&A with Tasmin Little

Tasmin Little

We caught up with Tasmin Little before her performance of Walton's Violin Concerto on Friday 28 October as part of our Sibelius Symphony Cycle, and Saturday 29 October as part of our residency at Brighton Dome, conducted by Osmo Vänskä. 

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Osmo Vänskä on programming Sibelius’s symphonies alongside British concertos

This week we embark on our complete cycle of Sibelius's symphonies with Osmo Vänskä, presented across four concerts and paired with British concertos of the same era. We recently sat down with Vänskä to discuss the upcoming cycle, and here he explains why combining the symphonies of Finland's most famous composer with concertos by British composers seemed like a natural fit. 

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