#ConcertLab

Art forms and ideas collide in #ConcertLab, our series that explores how we might experience concerts differently.

In 2019, you can walk within a symphony, stand surrounded by a kaleidoscope of music and see an orchestra reconfigure itself before your eyes. 

Alongside great music performed as you might not expect, each night includes a bar and after-party. Plus, keep your eyes out for another #ConcertLab to be revealed later in the year…

Book online at southbanksinfonia.co.uk and help us shape the future.

Upcoming #ConcertLab

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Friday
13
September
£10 / £14
7.30PM
Mail Rail at the Postal Museum
The Listening Post - #ConcertLab

The Listening Post - #ConcertLab

Experience love, laughter, tragedy and inspiration from the thousands of letters sent between some of the UK's greatest composers in the first ever concert staged at Mail Rail, the former engineering depot of the postal railway that ran under the streets of London.
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Thursday
24
October
£8
7.00PM
Round Chapel, Hackney
Gérard Grisey Stele
Pierre Jalbert Les espaces infinis
Jean Sibelius Valse Triste
Pēteris Vasks Musica Dolorosa
John Luther Adams The Far Country of Sleep
Imogen Knight Movement Director
Maxime Tortelier Conductor
Flux - #ConcertLab

Flux - #ConcertLab

Concert and theatre collide as an orchestra is unleashed on a journey of mystery, wonder, chaos and eternity.
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Thursday
24
October
£8
9.00PM
Round Chapel, Hackney
Gérard Grisey Stele
Pierre Jalbert Les espaces infinis
Jean Sibelius Valse Triste
Pēteris Vasks Musica Dolorosa
John Luther Adams The Far Country of Sleep
Imogen Knight Movement Director
Maxime Tortelier Conductor
FLUX - #CONCERTLAB

FLUX - #CONCERTLAB

Concert and theatre collide as an orchestra is unleashed on a journey of mystery, wonder, chaos and eternity.
Find out more Book online now

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#ConcertLab supported by:
The London Community Foundation and Cockayne - Grants for the Arts