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Spanish Connections: Alban Gerhardt & Steven Osborne
Alban Gerhardt holding a cello in his left hand.
LSO St Luke's

Spanish Connections: Alban Gerhardt & Steven Osborne

BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert

Thursday 22 February 2024 • 1pm

Folk songs, fantasies and visions of romance: a Spanish journey with a French twist, in the company of cellist Alban Gerhardt and pianist Steven Osborne.

Limited Tickets

The Colour Spectrum of Scales and Modes
Piano keys painted in the colours of the rainbow
LSO St Luke's

The Colour Spectrum of Scales and Modes

Gresham College Lecture Series

Thursday 22 February 2024 • 6pm

Milton Mermikides, Professor of Music at Gresham College, gives a free, one-hour lecture on the history, theory and artistry of scale construction in a wide range of styles, and how each scale can, through ‘rotation’, form a colourfully expressive palette of modal colours.

Free Friday Lunchtime Concert: Relaxed Concert
Audience sitting in the stalls at a Relaxed Friday Lunchtime Concert
LSO St Luke's

Free Friday Lunchtime Concert: Relaxed Concert

LSO Discovery

Friday 23 February 2024 • 12.30pm

A bite-size, informal concert, particularly suited for people who have sensory and communication impairments, or who are neurodiverse.

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Habs Chamber Music Concert
Three Haberdasher's Elstree School students laugh together with their instruments
LSO St Luke's

Habs Chamber Music Concert

LSO St Luke's Guest Artist

Tuesday 27 February 2024 • 7pm

Students from Haberdashers’ Elstree School explore a diverse range of styles and traditions.

Half Six Fix: Shostakovich 4
Sir Simon Rattle presenting
Barbican

Half Six Fix: Shostakovich 4

Defiant. Mercurial. Sarcastic.

Wednesday 28 February 2024 • 6.30pm

Kick-start your evening with a 60-minute concert. Sir Simon Rattle conducts and introduces Shostakovich’s defiant Fourth Symphony.

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Bertrand Chamayou & Friends
Pianist Bertrand Chamayou
LSO St Luke's

Bertrand Chamayou & Friends

BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert

Thursday 29 February 2024 • 1pm

Pianist Bertrand Chamayou joins forces with his friend and colleague, the cellist Sol Gabetta, in music of deep poetry and blossoming freshness by Felix Mendelssohn and Benjamin Britten.

Shostakovich and Brahms – Sir Simon Rattle & Isabelle Faust
Sir Simon Rattle conducting the LSO
Barbican

Shostakovich and Brahms – Sir Simon Rattle & Isabelle Faust

Defiant. Mercurial. Fiery.

Thursday 29 February 2024 • 7pm

Shocking, dissonant, savagely ironic: Shostakovich’s Fourth was a statement of rebellion against Stalin’s dictatorship. It's conducted by Sir Simon Rattle, alongside Brahms' Violin Concerto with soloist Isabelle Faust.

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Bertrand Chamayou & Friends
Pianist Bertrand Chamayou
LSO St Luke's

Bertrand Chamayou & Friends

BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert

Friday 1 March 2024 • 1pm

Dark visions, dazzling fireworks and pure enchantment: Bertrand Chamayou plays solo piano music by Maurice Ravel and Unsuk Chin.

12 Ensemble: Metamorphosis
The members of 12 Ensemble sit at a table covered in fruit, wine and instruments
LSO St Luke's

12 Ensemble: Metamorphosis

LSO St Luke's Guest Artist

Friday 1 March 2024 • 8pm

Richard Strauss’ iconic Metamorphosen headlines a transcendent programme from the acclaimed London-based 12 Ensemble.

Limited Tickets

The Seeger Sessions Revival
Black and white photo of The Seeger Sessions Revival
LSO St Luke's

The Seeger Sessions Revival

LSO St Luke's Guest Artist

Saturday 2 March 2024 • 7.30pm

The Seeger Sessions Revival – the 13-piece band 'reviving' the magic of Bruce Springsteen's legendary 'Seeger Sessions', bring their breath-taking show to LSO St Luke's. This promises to be a very special night and one not to be missed.

Limited Tickets

Sir Simon Rattle & Kirill Gerstein – Listening to America
Sir Simon Rattle conducting the LSO
Barbican

Sir Simon Rattle & Kirill Gerstein – Listening to America

Exuberant. Memorable. Irresistible.

Sunday 3 March 2024 • 7pm

Music from American giants through the ages. Gershwin’s most seductive tunes, Roy Harris’ Symphony No 3 and a new work by John Adams.

Limited Tickets

Sir Simon Rattle & Kirill Gerstein
Sir Simon Rattle conducting on stage
Bristol Beacon

Sir Simon Rattle & Kirill Gerstein

On Tour in Bristol

Monday 4 March 2024 • 7pm

A new work by John Adams is flanked by Gershwin’s most seductive tunes, on tour in Bristol.