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Orchestra of St Paul's
Queen Elizabeth Hall
Festive entertainment for all ages.
O Great and Wondrous Mystery
The Sixteen's ever-popular annual Christmas concert features much-loved works by Byrd, Lauridsen, Palestrina and Victoria.
The Clore Ballroom
Musicians from the Royal Academy of Music directed by Colin Currie perform Joe Pereira's Mallet Quartet and Rolf Wallin's Stonewave
Colin Currie performs a UK premiere
Royal Festival Hall
The Philharmonia is proud to present James Macmillan's latest exhilarating masterwork played by its dedicatee Colin Currie
CPE Bach, Britten & Bartók
Pianist Dejan Lazic has been described by The Guardian as 'a powerhouse performer whose playing combines strength with beauty'.
Performs a world premiere
The RCO celebrates its 150th anniversary in 2014.
Handel's visionary, ecstatic Messiah - a perfect start to the festive season.
A recital by the winner of an award from the Martin Musical Scholarship Fund.
Winter Concert - Main and Under 13 Orchestras
The National Children's Orchestra's main and under-13 orchestras share the bill in their final concert of 2014.
Harrison Birtwistle's 80th birthday celebrations continue with a performance of The Axe Manual by Colin Currie and Tamara Stefanovich
Jurowski Conducts Stravinsky And Messiaen
Music by Stravinsky and Messiaen join a Birtwistle Piano Concerto premiere played by Pierre-Laurent Aimard.
A New Beginning
Tarang is an ensemble of brilliant young British musicians setting out to redefine Indian classical music.
Following a sell-out performance in 2013, the Choir of St.
Birtwistle: A Celebration
Sir Harrison Birtwistle has played an integral role in the London Sinfonietta’s growth
Valcuha conducts Strauss's Der Rosenkavalier
A programme of breakthrough pieces that finds all three composers achieving new heights of creative genius
Resident at Southbank Centre
A portrait of one of Sweden's leading composers, Anders Hillborg
Rachmaninoff: Inside Out
The Orchestra performs sublime music by Rachmaninoff and his contemporary Scriabin.
Kyung Wha Chung, violin & Kevin Kenner, piano
One of the supreme violinists of the last 50 years, Kyung Wha Chung returns to Royal Festival Hall for her first UK appearance in over a decade
Joy Lisney and James Lisney
Beethoven's five sonatas for piano and violoncello provide a snapshot of the composer's life.
October 1946, Nuremberg
October 1946, Nuremberg.
The Orchestra continues its Rachmaninoff exploration alongside works by Tchaikovsky and Wagner.
The magical Pelléas et Mélisande
A performance of the magical Pelléas et Mélisande, Debussy's sole operatic masterpiece
The Bach Choir leads a musical tribute to the late Sir John Tavener.
Lord of the Strings
This all-strings programme, led by Richard Tognetti from the Australian Chamber Orchestra, contains a saucy surprise
Cheer, chat, drink, leave, come back
Cheer, chat, drink, leave, come back again.
A guided tour of selected masterpieces
The OAE's series giving you a guided tour of selected masterpieces returns, this time looking at pieces by Dvorak, Grieg and Elgar.
Explore Pelleas et Melisande
JP Morgan Pavilion
An afternoon of talks exploring Debussy's influential opera Pelléas et Mélisande.
Nézet-Séguin conducts Brahms & Strauss
A tour de force of Romantic orchestra classics from Brahms, Schubert and R Strauss.
Brand new music from two leading creators of British jazz
The multiple award-winning Emerson Quartet makes a welcome return to Southbank Centre.
Jarvi Nielsen Cycle
Tonight's concert celebrates the work of three great symphonists at the height of their creative powers
An evening of seasonal chamber music presenting recent works by English composers Jonathan Dove and Alec Roth.
Colourful French Favourites
Spaniard Juanjo Mena conducts four French works, with the odd glance over to Spain.
Colin Currie performs a solo percussion concert for school classes aged 7–11
A Tribute to Steve Martland
Colin Currie joins Aurora Orchestra under Nicholas Collon for a concert dedicated to the memory of composer Steve Martland.
Musicians from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance perform Reich's Music for a Large Ensemble
The Beethoven Sonatas 3
Renaud Capuçon - 'the epitome of a modern violinist' (BBC Music) - and Frank Braley conclude their Beethoven concert series.
Marin Alsop Conducts
Join Marin Alsop and the young musicians of the Royal Academy of Music in a performance of Benjamin Britten's towering War Requiem.
New music by young performers
1521: VOICELAB take to The Clore Ballroom floor for their premiere performance
Raise your voice on Remembrance Sunday for a Voicelab Big Sing workshop
Family music making workshop
Create a new piece of music inspired by artefacts and objects from the First World War.
Repertoire to stir the soul and musicians with the magic touch - the best of Russia comes to Southbank Centre.
The Beethoven Sonatas 2
Renaud Capuçon and Frank Braley continue their Beethoven sonata cycle with the Spring Sonata.
Delve into Rachmaninoff's Fourth Piano Concerto, alongside dreamy works by Tchaikovsky and Vaughan Williams.
Friday Lunch with MasterCard
Join Park Lane Group for a lunchtime preview of their 2015 series.
The Beethoven Sonatas 1
Renaud Capuçon and Frank Braley open their three-concert Beethoven series with a programme of early masterworks.
Bringuier conducts Bartok's Concerto for Orchestra
Debussy and Bartók discovered strikingly different solutions to the problem of composing contemporary music that captivated general audiences
A portrait of Serbian composer Marko Nikodijevic.
Vänskä Conducts Sibelius
Hear Osmo Vänskä conduct the moving, magical music of Sibelius
'His range of touch and colour, and his sheer enthusiasm, shine through every jewel-like piece.
Donizetti's Les Martyrs
Experience the power of Donizetti’s rarely performed grand opera Les Martyrs
Glinka, Glazunov and Tchaikovsky
An all-Russian concert, overflowing with striking instrumental colours featuring Glinka, Glazunov and Tchaikovsky
Orozco-Estrada Conducts Mahler
Epic forces of choir and orchestra combine to perform Mahler's Symphony No
Sokhiev conducts Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique
A captivating fantasy programme that offsets Berlioz's groundbreaking Symphonie fantastique with Beethoven's overture Coriolan
A half-term singing course for children aged seven to 12, including a performance in Royal Festival Hall
A celebration in music and words
Dylan Thomas in Fitzrovia presents a centenary celebration in music and words
Mozart's choral masterpiece crowns a sublime evening of his greatest works.
Dvorak's New World Symphony
Bohemia could have wished for no finer musical torchbearers than Smetana and Dvorák
Beethoven's Symphony No.3, Eroica
Beethoven's electrifying Eroica Symphony concludes this concert, the first in the OAE's Flying the Flag series
Youth & Adult Finals
Sixteen semi-finalists compete to take part in the national Choir of the Year Category Finals
Children & Open Finals
Sixteen semi-finalists compete to take part in the national Choir of the Year grand final.
The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment's always-popular events for the under sixs and their families returns.
The acclaimed Feinstein Ensemble perform all six of Bach's Brandenburg Concerti.
The Front Room at QEH
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Beethoven's Diabelli Variations
Mitsuko Uchida brings Beethoven's last, towering keyboard masterpiece to Royal Festival Hall.
Magic of hypnotic Indian Classical Music and haunting verses of oriental poetry
A concert of Indian classical music, poetry and Kathak dance
Six decades tribute to the great harpist - A Spiral of Discovery and Adventure
This Park Lane Group concert celebrates the 50th Anniversary of the United Kingdom Harp Association.
with Guest artist soprano Pumeza Matshikiza
Rolando Villazón conjures up a selection of bel canto arias.
Resident at Southbnak Centre
A gala evening of Latin-inspired music in aid of The Passage.
Flying the Flag: l'amour
A double bill of short operas by one of the Baroque's great radicals - Rameau.
Colin Currie conducts Kevin Volans' Chakra and performs Elliott Carter's Tintinnabulation with musicians from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music ...
Join our interactive workshop day about playing and writing for percussion.
Karl-Heinz Steffens delves the music of Beethoven and Frank Peter Zimmermann joins for Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto
Sway, swing, hop or pirouette into 1920s Paris with the BBC Concert Orchestra
Sway, swing, hop or pirouette into 1920s Paris
International virtuoso Jennifer Bate returns to Royal Festival Hall to launch International Organ Recitals.
Featuring Special Guests Anton Du Beke and Erin Boag
'Anything goes' in this afternoon of song and dance celebrating the genius of Cole Porter.
Best Then, Better Now
For over six decades, Prabha Atre's exceptional voice has won the hearts of audiences around the world.
St. Paul’s Pavilion
Discover the most celebrated percussion instruments from India: the tabla, mridangam and kanjira.
Tofail Ahmed leads a session for children on singing Indian ragas.
A sitar workshop for children with Jasdeep Degun.
Level 5 Function Room
One of South India's most sought-after Carnatic vocalists, Abhishek Raghuram, demystifies the complex Carnatic tradition.
From the Punjab in northern India come two incredibly rare instruments used by the Sikh Gurus.
An intimate performance by Manorama Prasad, rapidly gathering acclaim as the UK's finest Carnatic vocalist.
This course aims to demystify the traditions and practices of this ancient music tradition
The orchestra with an inspiring story
The extraordinary orchestra and chorus from Kinshasa perform in London for the first time
Inspired by Kinshasa Symphony
Bring your own instrument and join our scratch orchestra for free
In celebration of UK Russia Year of Culture 2014
Mariana Haseldine and RACACU Foundation present music by Rachmaninov and Shostakovich arranged for cello and piano.
InCanto Cinema: The most beautiful film soundtracks
Susanna Rigacci performs classic cinematic scores, including music by Ennio Morricone.
Two world-class artists return for a musical voyage exploring rarely combined masterpieces of virtuosity, Romanticism, Serialism and Impressionism.
Friday Tonic with MasterCard
A performance of the songs of Noël Coward by Michael Law.
The Buskaid Soweto String Ensemble perform a concert of classical music, classic pop and township kwela music
Guest Star Petula Clark
From pop music to the stage and TV to film, Tony Hatch is a songwriting legend.
Commissioned by Onyx Brass
Festival Riverside Level 1
Celebrating the group's 21st birthday, the acclaimed Onyx Brass presents an exciting commission for brass quintet by composer David Sawer in over ...
London Gay Men's Chorus and New York City Gay Men's Chorus join forces for one night only.
The Chinese Bamboo Orchestra presents music spanning thousands of years