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Annual City Livery Concert & Reception

Sir Antonio Pappano conducting the LSO in the Barbican Hall

Thursday 19 September 2024 7pm

Karol Szymanowski
Concert Overture
Frédéric Chopin
Piano Concerto No 2
Interval, with reception drinks
Gustav Mahler Symphony No 1

Sir Antonio Pappano  conductor
Yuja Wang  piano
London Symphony Orchestra

You, your family, and your associates are warmly invited to the Barbican Centre for an evening full of virtuosity, folk rhythms, and evocative storytelling. Sir Antonio Pappano, as he begins his first season as Chief Conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra, is joined by pianist Yuja Wang, who brings glamour and sensitivity in equal measure to the exciting repertoire.

We hope many Liverymen and their guests will be able to join us for this key annual event in the City of London calendar – a special occasion to celebrate arts and culture in the Square Mile and for the LSO to express gratitude to the companies, clubs, and guilds of the City that support the world-class music-making happening on their doorstep.

There are a limited number of seats available, so we advise that you book as soon as possible.

Tickets

£60 per person (£50 when making a group booking of ten or more guests)

Please ensure to make your booking via the link below to be part of this event.  

Book Livery Tickets

Further Details

On booking you will receive digital confirmation of your places. Please note, this is not your concert ticket, but a confirmation of your booking. Concert tickets will be available for collection on the evening of the concert at the Barbican Centre. Full details about the Annual City Livery Concert and Reception, ticket collection and other details will be emailed to you closer to the date. 

Seats will be allocated in the centre circle of the Barbican Hall. If you have any access requirements, please contact  development@lso.co.uk  

 

The concert will finish at approximately 8.50pm. 

Dive Deeper

Watch Sir Antonio Pappano discuss his first encounter with the London Symphony Orchestra, and his feelings and hopes on becoming Chief Conductor Designate.