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Thursday
28
February
FREE
6.00PM
St John's Waterloo
Rush Hour #2: Recognise
Samuel Barber Capricorn Concerto
Emilie Mayer Symphony No.5
Holly Mathieson conductor
Jack Welch Flute
Alex Fryer Oboe
Erika Curbelo Trumpet
Rush Hour #2: Recognise

Rush Hour #2: Recognise

The greatest of art sometimes falls through the cracks, only to be rightfully rediscovered decades later. Enter Emilie Mayer, a 19th-century composer whose music you need to hear.
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Monday
04
March
£16-£35
7.30PM
Barbican Hall
Brahms Requiem
Richard Strauss Death and Transfiguration
Johannes Brahms A German Requiem
London Concert Choir with Canticum
Claire Seaton soprano
Thomas Humphreys baritone
Mark Forkgen conductor
Brahms Requiem

Brahms Requiem

Two ultimately hopeful works by young composers contrast the trials of human life with the fulfilment achieved at death.
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Thursday
14
March
FREE
6.00PM
St John's Waterloo
Rush Hour #3: Vindication
Sergei Rachmaninov Symphony No.2
Rebecca Miller Conductor
Students from the Cardinal Vaughan Memorial School
Rush Hour #3: Vindication

Rush Hour #3: Vindication

Written in secret, Rachmaninov unleashed a symphony into the world that vindicated his incredible talent and cleansed a troubled soul.
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Thursday
21
March
FREE
6.00PM
St John's Waterloo
Rush Hour #4: Pinnacle
Jean-Philippe Rameau Suite from Les Boréades
Joseph Haydn Symphony No.104 ‘London'
Christian Curnyn conductor
Rush Hour #4: Pinnacle

Rush Hour #4: Pinnacle

A final symphony and a final opera, spanning two of Europe’s great metropolises.
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Wednesday
27
March
£5 - £7
7.30PM
Oval Space, Bethnal Green
#ConcertLab: The Sound Within
Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No.3 'Eroica'
Lee Reynolds conductor
#ConcertLab: The Sound Within

#ConcertLab: The Sound Within

Walk within a symphony, experiencing an orchestra in true, immersive surround-sound.
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Thursday
04
April
FREE
6.00PM
St John's Waterloo
Rush Hour #5: Avventura
Sally Beamish Variations on a Theme of Benjamin Britten
Felix Mendelssohn Symphony No.4 'Italian'
Academy of St Martin in the Fields
Rush Hour #5: Avventura

Rush Hour #5: Avventura

Mendelssohn's sun-kissed symphony provides a musical postcard from a young composer revelling in the ‘supreme joy of life’, inspired on his adventure by everything from Roman ruins to sparkling coastal waters.
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Thursday
25
April
FREE
6.00PM
St John's Waterloo
Rush Hour #6: Rebellion
Antonio Vivaldi Concerto in D minor RV566
Jean-Philippe Rameau Suite from Naïs
Francesco Geminiani Concerto Grosso No.5
Thomas Arne Overture to Artaxerxes
Adrian Butterfield director
Rush Hour #6: Rebellion

Rush Hour #6: Rebellion

Rich, earthy tones ring out as - with the help of gut strings and authentic period bows - we're transported back 300 years to an era where musical rebellion was thick in the air.
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Saturday
27
April
£15
7.30PM
St George's, Hanover Square
London Handel Fesitval: Handel's Rival Divas
Antonio Vivaldi Concerto in D minor RV566
Jean-Philippe Rameau Suite from Naïs
Francesco Geminiani Concerto Grosso No.5
Thomas Arne Overture to Artaxerxes
George Frideric Handel Selections from Samson
George Frideric Handel Arias from Messiah
Adrian Butterfield director
Lauren Lodge-Campbell soprano
Helen Charlston mezzo-soprano
London Handel Fesitval: Handel's Rival Divas

London Handel Fesitval: Handel's Rival Divas

Rich, earthy tones ring out as - with the help of gut strings and authentic period bows - we're transported back 300 years to an era where musical rebellion was thick in the air.
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Thursday
02
May
FREE
6.00PM
St John's Waterloo
Rush Hour #7: Anticipation
Johannes Brahms Symphony No.1
Simon Over Conductor
Rush Hour #7: Anticipation

Rush Hour #7: Anticipation

Over 20 years in the making and with the heavy weight of anticipation resting upon his shoulders, Brahms’ first steps into the world of symphonic writing feel more like a triumphant leap in the great unknown.
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Sunday
05
May
£20
3.00PM
Marlborough College
Marlborough College Concert Series
Richard Strauss Horn Concerto No.1
Jean Sibelius Karelia Suite
Johannes Brahms Symphony No.1
Simon Over Conductor
Marlborough College Concert Series

Marlborough College Concert Series

From mountaintops to valley lows, Strauss' concerto shows off the acrobatic qualitites of the horn.
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