Streamed Concerts & Broadcasts

While we are not able to perform for live audiences, we will be releasing a programme of digital content and streamed broadcasts.

We will also be posting a movement or work from each concert on our YouTube channel every Sunday.
YouTube Sundays schedule schedule

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You can see all our broadcasts in chronological order on our Event Calendar.

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Marquee TV

This Spring we have partnered with Marquee TV to stream our orchestral concerts while we are not able to perform to a live audience. Our concerts are recorded at LSO St Luke's. Each concert will be available to watch for free for seven days (with registration), and thereafter will be available to watch on demand via a subscription.

arrowDownload instructions for how to register for a free account with Marquee TV (PDF)

Forthcoming concerts

From Thursday 29 April
Mark Simpson Violin Concerto (world premiere)
Tchaikovsky Symphony No 6, 'Pathetique'

Gianandrea Noseda conductor
Nicola Benedetti violin
London Symphony Orchestra

Watch on Marquee TV

> Read the programme notes (available shortly)

 

 

 

Available on demand

Berg Violin Concerto
Schubert Symphony No 9, 'The Great'

Sir Simon Rattle conductor
Leonidas Kavakos violin
London Symphony Orchestra

Watch on Marquee TV

First shown Thursday 21 January

> Read the programme notes

 

Ginastera Variaciones concertantes Op 23
Gerhard
Dances from Don Quixote
Dvorák
American Suite Op 98b

Sir Simon Rattle conductor
London Symphony Orchestra

Watch on Marquee TV

First shown Thursday 4 February

> Read the programme notes

Bacewicz Music for strings, trumpet & percussion
Strauss Oboe Concerto
Schreker Chamber Symphony

Duncan Ward conductor
Juliana Koch oboe
London Symphony Orchestra

Watch on Marquee TV

First shown Thursday 25 February

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Bartók Dance Suite
Ligeti Romanian Concerto
Haydn Symphony No 104, ‘London’

Sir John Eliot Gardiner conductor
London Symphony Orchestra

Watch on Marquee TV

First shown Thursday 4 March 7pm

> Read the programme notes

Bennett Partita for Orchestra
Ravel Valses Nobles et Sentimentales
Gershwin arr Bennett Porgy and Bess – A Symphonic Picture

John Wilson conductor
London Symphony Orchestra

Watch on Marquee TV

Read the programme notes

First shown Thursday 8 April

 

 


LSO YouTube Channel

Recorded at LSO St Luke's without an audience, these concerts are available to watch for free on our YouTube channel. Each will be 'premiered' or live streamed, so come and join in with the live chat as well as watching the concert. The concerts are also available on demand for 90 days.

Forthcoming concerts

Friday 23 April 12.30pm
Friday Lunchtime Concert

Mozart Divertimento No 4
Paquito D'Rivera Habanera
Mozart Divertimento on Arias from 'Don Giovanni'

Chris Richards clarinet
Chi-Yu Mo clarinet
Katy Ayling bass clarinet
Rachel Leach presenter

Watch on YouTube

> Read the programme notes (available shortly)

 

 

 

Saturday 24 & Sunday 25 April
Beethoven Piano Concertos Marathon weekend

In December 2020, with Lockdown 2 meaning we could not return to the Barbican to perform these concerts for a live audience, we moved to LSO St Luke's to record these for broadcast instead. Initially broadcast on DG Stage, we're happy to bring these concerts to our YouTube audience for free, available on demand for only 48 hours each.

Sat 24 Apr 7pm
Beethoven
 Piano Concerto No 1
Beethoven 
Piano Concerto No 3

Sir Simon Rattle conductor
Krystian Zimerman
 piano
London Symphony Orchestra

Watch on YouTube

> Read the programme notes (available shortly)

 

 

Sun 25 Apr 2pm
Beethoven Piano Concerto No 2
Beethoven Piano Concerto No 4

Sir Simon Rattle conductor
Krystian Zimerman
 piano
London Symphony Orchestra

Watch on YouTube

> Read the programme notes (available shortly)

Sun 25 Apr 7pm
Beethoven
 Piano Concerto No 5, 'Emperor'

Sir Simon Rattle conductor
Krystian Zimerman
 piano
London Symphony Orchestra

Watch on YouTube

> Read the programme notes (available shortly)

 

Available on demand

Orchestral Concerts

Stravinsky Octet for Wind Instruments
Stravinsky Symphonies of Wind Instruments (1920)
Stravinsky Orpheus
Stravinsky Four Norwegian Moods
Stravinsky Suite No 1
Stravinsky Suite No 2

Sir Simon Rattle conductor
London Symphony Orchestra

Watch on YouTube

Premiered Sunday 7 March. Available until 7 June 2021.

Read the programme notes

 

Sibelius Symphony No 6
Thomas Adès In Seven Days for piano and orchestra

Thomas Adès conductor
Kirill Gerstein piano
London Symphony Orchestra

Watch on YouTube

Premiered Sunday 28 March. Available until 28 June 2021

Read the programme notes

Soundhub Showcase:
Ryan Latimer Down at Black Delph
Clare Elton 
Around
Ruaidhrí Mannion
 I mbéal na toinne
Anselm McDonnell The Union is our God

Darren Bloom conductor
Clare Duckworth violin
Noel Bradshaw cello
Amanda Truelove cello
Colin Alexander cello
Joe Melvin double bass
Clare Findlater flute/piccolo/bass flute
Chris Richards clarinet
David Jackson percussion
Sam Walton percussion
Tom Ellis electric guitar
Bartosz Glowacki accordion

Premiered Saturday 10 April. Available until 10 July 2021.

Watch on YouTube

Read the programme notes

   


Friday Lunchtime Concerts

Our informal Friday Lunchtime Concerts, featuring LSO musicians and artists from the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, are streamed live and for free and then available on demand for 90 days.

Tonia Ko Part from Plush Earth in Four Pieces
Brahms Sonata No 1

Naoko Keatley violin
Zeynep Özsuca piano
Rachel Leach presenter

Watch on YouTube

Streamed Friday 12 February. Available until 12 May 2021

> Read the programme notes

 

Andrea Clearfield Wolf Night from 'Songs of the Wolf'
Poulenc Elegie
Saint-Saëns Morceau de concert Op 94

Angela Barnes horn
Caroline Jaya-Ratnam piano
Rachel Leach presenter

Watch on YouTube

Streamed Friday 19 February. Available until 19 May 2021.

> Read the programme notes

Relaxed Concert
Pütz
Blues for Benni
Alejandro Civilotti Solitudes (movements I, III & V)
Piazzolla Tango Oblivion
Andy Akiho Karakurenai
Arvo Pärt Spiegel im Spiegel

Sam Walton percussion
German Clavijo viola
José Moreira double bass
Caroline Jaya-Ratnam piano
Rachel Leach presenter
Angie Newman BSL interpreter

Watch on YouTube

Streamed Friday 26 February. Available until 26 May 2021.

> Read the programme notes

 

 

  


Medici TV

Medici TV will be live streaming a selection of our events from LSO St Luke's, available to subscribers. These will also be available to watch on demand for 90 days.

On demand

Barber Knoxville: Summer of 1915
Harrison Song of Quetzalcoatl
Varèse Offrandes
Ravel Ma mère l'Oye – ballet

Sir Simon Rattle conductor
Barbara Hannigan soprano
London Symphony Orchestra

Watch on Medici TV

Streamed live on Sunday 21 March. Available until 21 June 2021

> Read the programme notes

 

Live

Sunday 23 May 7pm
Donatella Flick LSO Conducting Competition 2021 Final

Watch on Medici TV


Barbican Live

A live concert, our first on the Barbican stage after more than a year, streamed live on the Barbican website.

Sun 9 May 8pm (live and on demand for ticket holders for 48 hours)

Mahler arr Glen Cortese Das Lied von der Erde

Sir Simon Rattle conductor
Magdalena Kožená soprano
Andrew Staples tenor
London Symphony Orchestra

Watch on Barbican Live

> Read the programme notes (available shortly)

 

 

 

 


Generously supported by the Weston Culture Fund

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Where can you find us?

Broadcast Partners

How to watch for free on Marquee TV

Our concerts on Marquee TV are free to watch for seven days. You need to register first, but you do not need to subscribe. Read our instructions:
> Register on Marquee TV (PDF)

Programme notes

Our programme notes are available to read digitally for free, and will be available for the whole season.
Find programme notes

How we are keeping people safe

All our recording activity at LSO St Luke's takes place in COVID-secure conditions.
> Find out about our preventitive measures

Concerts at the Barbican

As of 5 January 2021, the Barbican Centre is closed while England is in national lockdown. We hope to resume concerts at the Barbican with audiences as soon as we are able.

For details of the concerts that have been cancelled because of the restrictions, please visit this page. We are in the process of contacting ticket holders.

 

Where can you find us?

Programme notes

Our programme notes are available to read digitally for free, and will be available for the whole season.
Find programme notes

How we are keeping people safe

All our activity takes place in COVID-secure conditions.
> Find out about our preventitive measures