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The LMO performing in front of a colourful projection

London Medical Orchestra’s 70th Anniversary Concert

LSO St Luke's Guest Artist

LSO St Luke's

Sunday 10 March 2024 • 6.30pm

Book Tickets

Tickets: £15, £5

The Performance

Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke’s

Gustav Holst Jupiter from ‘The Planets’
Ernő Dohnányi
Variations on a Nursery Tune
Nick Singer
New commission on a theme of LMO
Sergei Prokofiev
Symphony No 7

Oliver Till conductor
Tina Bowles leader
Mei-Ting Sun piano
London Medical Orchestra

The concert will finish at approximately 8.30pm

Tickets

£15 (£5 under 16s)
+ £1.50 booking fee per online/phone transaction

 

London Medical Orchestra (LMO) celebrates 70 years of making music and supporting medical charities with a dramatic gala concert on the themes of joy and childhood.

The programme evokes childhood and joy, pairing Ernst von Dohnányi’s variations on Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star with Sergei Prokofiev’s final Symphony, commissioned by the Children’s Division of USSR State Radio. The concert opens with Gustav Holst’s portrayal of an ‘abundance of life and vitality’: Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity from The Planets. There will also be a world premiere of a new work by Nick Singer, on a theme of the London Medical Orchestra.

LMO is an amateur orchestra with a professional conductor and string section leaders, meeting weekly in North London during termtime, and giving three concerts a year. Founded in 1954 by refugee doctors from Central Europe, former conductors include Norman Del Mar, Colin Davis and Bernard Keefe. Conductor Sir Adrian Boult and cellist Jacqueline du Pré are among past Vice Presidents.

 

Art projection by William Lindley

Booking

Booking Your Tickets

Online at lso.co.uk
By phone on +44 20 7870 2500 (Monday to Friday 12–5.30pm)
In person at the Barbican Centre

£1.50 booking fee per transaction when booking online or by phone

Access Members

Members of the Barbican’s Access Scheme can book wheelchair places priced at the lowest price for that event and book a free companion seat. Join the Barbican Access Scheme.

Refunds and Exchanges

If you can no longer use your tickets, you can exchange them for another LSO St Luke’s concert or Barbican credit voucher (valid for six months). Please ensure that you inform the Box Office at least 24 hours before the performance (two weeks for group bookings). A per-ticket administration fee applies for all exchange services.

Questions About Your Booking?

Contact the Box Office at tickets@barbican.org.uk.

Visit the Barbican website for conditions of sale and further information.

The LSO reserves the right to change artists or programmes if necessary. If the event is cancelled, all bookers will receive a refund. All discounts are subject to availability and may not be combined. Box office calls may be monitored or recorded for quality assurance or training purposes

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