Saturday 1 February 2020:
Sat 1 Feb 2020, 15:00 - Southbank Centre, Londonclassical music Siegfried Part of Classical Season 2019/20 Join the London Philharmonic Orchestra and Torsten Kerl’s Siegfried for the third part of Wagner’s magnificent Ring Cycle.
'Simply outstanding’ was how The Guardian described the start of Principal Conductor Vladimir Jurowski’s four-year journey through Wagner’s colossal Ring Cycle.
Now, together with a cast that includes some of t
Sunday 2 February 2020:
Sun 2 Feb 2020, 15:00 - Southbank Centre, Londonclassical music Glass: Itaipú / Stravinsky: Symphony of Psalms Crouch End Festival Chorus sings you through ambitious music of the changing 20th century, from Glass, Stravinsky and Ives.
Itaipú (1980) was one of the pieces Glass dubbed his 'portraits of nature,’ alongside The Light and The Canyon .
The symphonic cantata also responds to a technological marvel, the massive hydro-electric da
Monday 3 February 2020:
Mon 3 Feb 2020, 20:00 - Southbank Centre, Londonclassical music Corinthian Orchestra: Fantastique! Part of Classical Season 2019/20 Corinthian Orchestra returns with a popular programme of Tchaikovsky and Berlioz.
Tchaikovsky´s joyful Capriccio Italien - a fantasy for orchestra written when the composer spent three months in Rome in 1880 - sets the performance off in high spirits. Romanian born British pianist Alexandra Dariescu makes her C
Tuesday 4 February 2020:
Tue 4 Feb 2020, 19:30 - Southbank Centre, Londonclassical music Mark Wigglesworth Conducts Holst - The Planets Part of Classical Season 2019/20 Part of Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 2019/20 multi-buy discount Meditate on night skies full of wonder with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, performing Holst’s inventive score.
The orchestra presents an evening of music featuring gems of the English repertoire.
William Walton’s Portsmouth Point
Thursday 6 February 2020:
Friday 7 February 2020:
Fri 7 Feb 2020, 13:00 - Southbank Centre, Londonclassical music contemporary classical Open Rehearsal: Humans & Machines Part of Composers' Collective Composers and musicians are invited to watch electronic musicians Ben Hayes and Hector Plimmer at work.
See behind the scenes as the experimental artists experiment with, create and develop AI technology with musical and visual interfaces.
On day two of their residency, Hayes and Plimmer
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