Royal Academy of Music perform Mahler’s monumental and kaleidoscopic reflections on life, redemption and resurrection with the acclaimed Semyon Bychkov.
Ruthless Jabiru joins forces with Art Not Oil in a major performance event calling for London’s cultural organisations to go fossil funds free. Devised and conducted by Kelly Lovelady, featuring a programme of music from five countries evoking a culture of heavy machinery and automation from which the ear leads the imagination.
Sir Mark Elder conducts Shostakovich’s Fifth Symphony.
A celebration of the life of renowned Australian violinist Carmel Kaine.
Under conductor Thomas Hull, CCFAO plays Schumann ‘Spring’ Symphony and Beethoven’s 5th piano concerto with soloist Paul Lewis.
Under conductor Thomas Hull, CCFAO plays Stravinsky’s Symphony in C and Beethoven’s 1st and 4th piano concertos with soloist Paul Lewis.
Under conductor Thomas Hull, CCFAO plays Prokofiev’s ‘Classical’ Symphony and Beethoven’s 2nd and 3rd piano concertos with soloist Paul Lewis.
Head of Strings Jo Cole conducts a varied programme including Dvorák and Schubert, featuring solo violinist Marta Kowalczyk.
The Royal Academy of Music string ensemble plays a various program under conductor John Lubbock, with solo soprano Hannah Frazer-Mackenzie.
Place de l’Opera Orchestra, with conductors Marc Hajir & Victor Jacob