Reviews

The latest reviews of our performances

Concert reviews: 27 February 2019

To round February off, Andreas Ottensamer joined Vladimir Jurowski and the Orchestra for rousing renditions of works by Weber and Alice Mary Smith, sandwiched with Wagner's Tannhäuser Overture and Brahm's Second Symphony.

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Concert reviews: 30 January 2019

As January came to an end, Sir Roger Norrington joined the Orchestra for performances of Handel's Water Music suites, and Purcell's Dido and Aeneas, featuring Marie-Claude Chappuis, Lucy Crowe and Benjamin Appl. 

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Concert reviews: 27 January 2019

The second instalment of the Vladimir Jurowski and the London Philharmonic Orchestra's Ring Cycle took place on Sunday 27 January, featuring an all-star cast with names such as Stuart Skelton, Markus Marquardt and Svetlana Sozdateleva.

 

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Concert reviews: 16 January 2019

Marin Alsop joined the Orchestra for a wildly creative concert of premieres from contemporary composers on Wednesday 16 January, with compositions from Arne Gieshoff, Erkki-Sven Tüür, Helen Grime, Louis Andriessen and Anders Hillborg. 

 

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Concert reviews: 8 December 2018

The culmination of Changing Faces: Stravinsky's Journey, London Philharmonic Orchestra (conducted by Vladimir Jurowski) & Choir joined with The Swingles & friends to perform Berio's Sinfonia alongside works by Stravinsky, in a concert dedicated to the memory of Maxim Mikhailov.

 

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Concert reviews: 28 November 2018

On Wednesday 28 November, a diverse programme of intriguing music (including the UK premiere of Pascal Dusapin's double concerto At Swim-Two-Birds for violin and cello) was performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Andrés Orozco-Estrada, Viktoria Mullova and Matthew Barley.

 

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Concert reviews: 21 November 2018

On Wednesday 21 November, Opera Rara Artistic Director Sir Mark Elder conducted a delightful programme of Bizet, Verdi and the first production Puccini's one act Le Villi in 120 years. 

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