Vladimir Jurowski was the Orchestra’s Principal Conductor for 14 years, during which time he took the Orchestra to incredible new heights, inspiring many legendary performances with his creative energy and artistic flair. In his final concert in this role, at the LPO’s BBC Proms concert in August 2021, Jurowski was awarded one of the highest international honours in music – the Royal Philharmonic Society Gold Medal.
We are delighted therefore that Jurowski continues his relationship with the Orchestra in the role of Conductor Emeritus, and he will play a vital part in our 2022/23 London season. He continues his ongoing exploration of the Mahler symphonies with a performance of the composer’s final completed symphony – the Ninth. He returns later in the season to perform works by Hindemith and Prokofiev, and a typically fascinating programme inspired by the tragicomic hero Don Quixote. Hearing is believing…