- Harps, 1950 Harps, 1950
- Coronation Gala programme, 1953 Coronation Gala programme, 1953
- Hugh Maguire, 1958 Hugh Maguire, 1958
Josef Krips is appointed Conductor-in-Chief (1950–54).
The LSO is one of several orchestras that perform at the formal opening of the Royal Festival Hall by George VI.
Jubilee Concert at the Royal Festival Hall – a repeat of the music of the inaugural concert of 1904, conducted by Sir Malcolm Sargent, Anthony Collins, Basil Cameron, George Weldon and Muir Mathieson.
After a major policy crisis and a mass resignation of LSO Principals, the Orchestra suddenly becomes a new, young and dynamic ensemble with an average age of around 30.
The LSO is the first British orchestra to visit South Africa when it performs at the Johannesburg Festival.
Colin Davis conducts the LSO for the first time at the Royal Festival Hall.