London Philharmonic Orchestra is recognised today as one of the finest orchestras on the international stage. The Orchestra was founded in 1932 and has been performing at Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall since it opened in 1951, becoming a Resident Orchestra in 1992.
In its 2018/19 season at Royal Festival Hall the LPO resumes its year-long series Changing Faces: Stravinsky's Journey, delving into the composer's pioneering and provocative works from the 1940s onwards.
2019 sees a celebration of the music of Britain in the series Isle of Noises. Not only does the Orchestra explore a range of British music from Purcell to the present day, but it also highlights key works by composers with interesting British connections, including music by Handel and Haydn.
To complement the LPO’s annual summer seasons at Glyndebourne Festival Opera, they will bring a variety of opera to Royal Festival Hall this season, including Wagner’s Die Walküre, Puccini’s Le Villi and Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas.
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Enjoy stunning river views in an exclusive Members’ Cafe-Bar before or after your concert.
Plus, you’ll be first in line to book tickets to the classical season 2019/20, announced early next year.