Thursday
26
April
FREE
6.00PM
St John's Waterloo
RUSH HOUR #8: BLINDFOLD
Rebecca Miller Conductor
RUSH HOUR #8: BLINDFOLD

RUSH HOUR #8: BLINDFOLD

Darkness. Musicians surround you, their sound stereophonically immersive. Music envelops everything, your heightened hearing sensitive to new details, orchestral voices and meanings.
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Saturday
28
April
£15 - £20
7.30PM
Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre
ANNA MEREDITH: VARMINTS
Anna Meredith Varmints
Simon Dobson Conductor
ANNA MEREDITH: VARMINTS

ANNA MEREDITH: VARMINTS

From its punchy opening brass fanfare to the sweet headiness of airy synths and vocals, Anna Meredith brings her debut studio album Varmints to the newly reopened Queen Elizabeth Hall.
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Thursday
03
May
6.00PM
St John's Waterloo
RUSH HOUR #9: IGNITION
Fanny Mendelssohn Overture
Felix Mendelssohn Symphony No.1
Academy of St Martin in the Fields
RUSH HOUR #9: IGNITION

RUSH HOUR #9: IGNITION

“This child is really something special” said the teacher of both Felix and Fanny Mendelssohn, but it was to Fanny that he was referring.
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Saturday
12
May
£4 children £8 adults
11.30AM
Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre
SOUTHBANK SINFONIA FAMILY CONCERT
Ligeti Concert Românesc
Bartók Romanian Dances
Michael Daugherty Sunset Strip
Leo Geyer Conductor
SOUTHBANK SINFONIA FAMILY CONCERT

SOUTHBANK SINFONIA FAMILY CONCERT

Where can you get ideas for writing music? There’s a whole world of inspiration out there!
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Sunday
13
May
£15 - £30
7.30PM
St Dunstan’s Church, Mayfield, Sussex
MAYFIELD FESTIVAL
Saint-Saëns Symphony No.3 ‘Organ’
Poulenc Gloria
Simon Over Conductor
Mayfield Festival Chorus
MAYFIELD FESTIVAL

MAYFIELD FESTIVAL

For sheer exhilaration, few sounds in the world can compete with Saint-Saëns’ Third Symphony.
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Thursday
17
May
6.00PM
St John's Waterloo
RUSH HOUR #10: GAIA
Mahler Blumine
Grace Williams Sea Sketches
Berg Seven Early Songs
Anush Hovhannisyan soprano
Maxime Tortelier Conductor
RUSH HOUR #10: GAIA

RUSH HOUR #10: GAIA

Nature has proven a beacon of inspiration for generations of artists.
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Saturday
02
June
Free tickets
7.30PM
Sheldonian Theatre
REMEMBRANCE
Vaughan Williams The Lark Ascending
Augusta Holmès La nuit et l’amour
Ravel Le Tombeau de Couperin
Anthony Ritchie Gallipoli to the Somme (European premiere)
Anna Leese soprano
Jon Stainsby baritone
City Choir Dunedin
The Parliament Choir
Simon Over Conductor
Annabel Drummond Violin
REMEMBRANCE

REMEMBRANCE

Even in the darkest hours, music endures.
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Thursday
07
June
6.00PM
St John's Waterloo
RUSH HOUR #11: PREMIERE
Haydn Piano Concerto No.11 in D major
Sibelius Suite from Belshazzar’s Feast
Cheryl Frances-Hoad Between the Skies, the River and the Hills (world premiere)
Ivana Gavrić piano
Karin Hendrickson Conductor
RUSH HOUR #11: PREMIERE

RUSH HOUR #11: PREMIERE

An orchestra is a potent narrator, its voice weaving stories and setting scenes in a way that words just can’t.
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Wednesday
13
June
£15 - £30
7.30PM
Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre
GALLIPOLI TO THE SOMME
Vaughan Williams The Lark Ascending
Jessie Montgomery Banner
Vaughan Williams Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis
Anthony Ritchie Gallipoli to the Somme
Allegri Quartet Associate Artists
Anna Leese soprano
Jon Stainsby baritone
City Choir Dunedin
The Parliament Choir
Simon Over Conductor
Annabel Drummond Violin
GALLIPOLI TO THE SOMME

GALLIPOLI TO THE SOMME

Sometimes the simplest music can be the most powerful. From a lone violin line and a plaintive melody of centuries before, Vaughan Williams spins gold in his two most-loved masterpieces.
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Thursday
21
June
£8 - £12
8.00PM
St John's Waterloo
WATERLOO FESTIVAL: GALA
Beethoven Symphony No.9
Anush Hovhannisyan soprano
Lotte Betts-Dean mezzo soprano
Epiphoni Consort
David Webb tenor
Jihoon Kim bass
James Hendry conductor
WATERLOO FESTIVAL: GALA

WATERLOO FESTIVAL: GALA

Anthem of hope, unity and – since 1972 – Europe, Beethoven’s final symphony propels a remarkable transformation from solitude to inclusivity, and silence to glorious harmony.
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