Free Friday Lunchtime Concert: Relaxed Concert
Friday 23 February 2024 • 12.30pm
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Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke’s
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Adagio-Allegro from Duo for Violin and Viola in B-flat major K424
Antonio Bartolomeo Bruni Allegretto scherzando from Duo No 4 in D major, 6 Duos Concertants Book 4
Traditional arr Kae Hirakawa Sakura-Sakura Variations
Johan Halvorsen Sarabande con variazioni on a Theme by George Frideric Handel for Violin and Viola
Naoko Keatley violin
Mizuho Ueyama viola
Rachel Leach presenter
Angie Newman BSL interpreter
The concert will finish at approximately 1.15pm
Free entry, just turn up!
Relaxed concerts are particularly suitable for individuals or groups who feel more comfortable attending concerts in a relaxed environment. Everyone is welcome, including people who have sensory and communication impairments, or who are neurodiverse.
This bite-size, informal concert will introduce you to orchestral instruments and chamber music. There will be friendly introductions to guide you through the concert from our presenter Rachel Leach. And if you’re left with burning questions, you can ask them during a Q&A session. Click here for more details on what to expect.
Doors open at 12pm, and the music starts at 12.30pm. We work on a first-come, first-seated basis, so we recommend arriving in good time to avoid disappointment.
Suitable for over-5s
Booking for Accessible Seating & Groups
If you require accessible seating or are attending in a group, please let us know so we can reserve your seats and ensure your visit is as smooth as possible. Please note that accessible seating is limited. For more information or to discuss access needs before you book, please email email@example.com.
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What to Expect
A relaxed attitude to noise.
An adapted BSL interpretation which will include more visual and gestural elements.
Accessible digital programme notes to download in advance or on the day.
Friendly staff on hand to help welcome you.
Doors to the performance space remain open throughout, so you can leave and re-enter at any point.
A separate chill-out space.
A RevoLOO vehicle for change on site, the world’s first attended mobile toilet service with a hoist and changing bench. If you would like to make use of this, please bring along your sling.
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