We offer 24 hour real-time secure online booking with a transaction fee of £3.
Online bookings can be processed right up to the start of each performance, subject to availability.
Tickets booked fewer than five working days before the date of the concert will be available for collection at the Southbank Centre ticket office from 6.00pm on the day of the performance.
Please note that we are unable to take payment by Amex.
- Premium seats: we have selected the very best seats in the front stalls to be sold at premium price to ensure you the finest acoustic and view.
- Ways to save: If you are booking three or more concerts you can benefit from our multi-buy series discount on full price tickets. Savings will automatically be applied at checkout for eligible concerts. Find out how to benefit from our series discounts, group bookings and NOISE schemes for students and 18-26 year olds.
- Age guidance: Evening concerts are suitable for children aged seven and over unless otherwise stated. Visit our Families page to find out more about our FUNharmonics concerts for younger children.
- Ticket prices vary: see the individual concert pages for ticket price information. We reserve the right to adjust ticket prices and allocations according to demand.
- Limited Concessions: 50% off all ticket prices for full-time students, benefit recipients (Jobseeker's Allowance, Income Support or Pension Credit) and under-18s (maximum 4 per transaction. Not applicable to Family Concerts). Limited availability; appropriate ID will be checked on admission.
- Access: Visitors with a disability can join Southbank Centre's free Access Scheme. You may be eligible for tickets at concessionary prices and to bring a companion who can assist you during your visit. Visit the Southbank Centre website to find out more.
- Seating plan: views of the stage from different areas of the Royal Festival Hall.
- The right is reserved to substitute artists and vary programmes as necessary.
London Philharmonic Orchestra ticket office
020 7840 4242
Mon–Fri 10am–5pm (£3.50 transaction fee)
Southbank Centre ticket office
020 3879 9555
Daily 10am–6pm. (£3.50 transaction fee)
All ticketing staff at Southbank Centre can take typetalk calls.
You can book tickets for our concerts in person at Southbank Centre's ticket office (no transaction fee).
2008: Landscape and memory
Ives The Unanswered Question
Thomas Adès In Seven Days
Beethoven Symphony No. 6 (Pastoral)
Vladimir Jurowski conductor
Nicolas Hodges piano
London Philharmonic Orchestra
1908: Charles Ives’s trumpet asks an eternal question. 1808: Beethoven offers the only answer that’s ever really been needed: a symphony inspired by the countryside, whose storms, bird-calls and hymns conceal eternal truths behind some of the most serene music he ever wrote. And in between, Thomas Adès takes on the Book of Genesis, in a piano concerto – first performed at Royal Festival Hall in 2008 – that’s simultaneously a meditation on the infinite, and an endlessly stimulating entertainment. A piece, wrote The Guardian, ‘to inspire big thoughts about creation – of the world, or of music, or both’.
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