#ConcertLab: The Night Sky

£25 (lie in the orchestra), £15 normal seat
St John's Smith Square i
#ConcertLab: The Night Sky
Joseph Haydn 'The Representation of Chaos' from The Creation
Alan Hovhaness Symphony No.6 ‘Celestial Gate’
Gabriel Prokofiev Spheres
Ludovico Einaudi 'Day 3: Full Moon’ from Seven Days Walking
Gustav Holst (arr. G Morton) Uranus ’The Magician’ from The Planets
Jessie Montgomery Starburst
Carol Jones The Light Thief
Henri Duparc Aux Étoiles
Matt Belcher creative director
Olivia Clarke Conductor
The night sky: a celestial infinity that has sparked curiosity since the dawn of time.

Experience an immersive sonic journey into the cosmos like no other. As the concert hall becomes a planetarium, lie down amongst the orchestra and listen to live music themed around astronomy, whilst gazing at projections of the awe-inspiring universe in which we live.

Follow a story of discovery, from ancient civilisation to the latest stunning images from the James Webb Space Telescope, charting humanity’s fascination with the stars, the music this has inspired, and our eternal quest to see ever further.

This concert will also feature recorded narration from former NASA astronaut, Mike Massimino, as well as Adjoa Andoh and Henry Goodman.

Immersive tickets allow you to lie within the orchestra during this performance, with cushions provided.
Standard tickets are for unreserved seats at the edge of the room.

With grateful thanks to the Marchus Trust for its generous support.

Tickets for this performance have sold out.