On one of the first drizzly Sundays in autumn, LSO Choral Director Simon Halsey rehearses Beethoven’s Christ on the Mount of Olives in a singing day at LSO St Luke’s.
If you've ever missed one of our live streamed concerts, or wanted to find that LSO performance you first caught on TV then you are in luck! You can now watch a wide range of the Orchestra's concert performances on the new Stingray Classica app. To celebrate we invited Stingray Classica to talk a bit about their new platform. Read on to find out more and click here to try it free for 2 months!
Ahead of the world premiere of her piece, Spellbound Tableaux, we caught up with composer and saxophonist Sophya Polevaya to talk about her compositional process, Hitchcock, and her debut album!
Hungary, 1918-20: the Austro-Hungarian Empire collapses and a series of revolutions and counter-revolutions see the birth and demise of the First Hungarian Republic, the Hungarian Soviet Republic and the Hungarian Republic, each lasting a matter of months. Against this turbulent political background, Bartók began writing his pantomime-ballet The Miraculous Mandarin. Ahead of the LSO’s performance of the work on Thursday 19 December, here are six things you need to know.