Sunday 1 March 2020:
Sun 1 Mar 2020, 15:00 - Southbank Centre, Londonclassical music Simply Sinatra Part of Classical Season 2019/20 Relive Ol’ Blue Eyes’ greatest hits with beloved band singer Matt Ford and a high-energy ensemble.
Hear your favourites, from Come Fly With Me to New York, New York , in a toe-tapping show packed with music, song and dance.
London Concert Orchestra
Mark Nightingale conductor
Matt Ford guest singer ...
Sun 1 Mar 2020, 15:00 - Southbank Centre, Londonclassical music The Purcell School: Beethoven Piano Extravaganza Magnificent works for piano are presented in collaboration with the Dresden Music School.
Beethoven’s complex and innovative Diabelli Variations and Bagatelles are played by a large assortment of piano students.
The Purcell School is one of the UK’s leading specialist music schools, and holds the UNESCO Mozart Gold Medal in r
Monday 2 March 2020:
Mon 2 Mar 2020, 19:30 - Southbank Centre, Londonclassical music contemporary classical The Oboist Entertains: Leleux Interprets Mozart Part of Classical Season 2019/20 Austria, Poland, Italy: oboe virtuoso François Leleux explores them all, in irresistible style, with the English Chamber Orchestra.
The young Mozart was a born entertainer. And that´s just as well, because so is François Leleux - conductor, communicator and oboist extraordina
Tuesday 3 March 2020:
Tue 3 Mar 2020, 19:00 - Southbank Centre, Londonclassical music contemporary classical Rotary in London Youth Makes Music Musicians aged 11 to 18 get the chance to shine in a concert put on by London’s Rotary club network.
Rotarians from clubs across the capital make contact with organisations who train young musicians, inviting them to put forward talented candidates to be considered for this concert in Royal Festival Hall.
Tue 3 Mar 2020, 19:45 - Southbank Centre, Londongigs folk & world The Lost Brothers The folk duo known for their spellbinding vocal harmonies present After the Fire After the Rain , their sixth studio album.
The album, which features contributions from M Ward, Jolie Holland, Steve Wickham and Howe Gelb, was produced in New York by Tony Garnier (Bob Dylan’s long-time bassist) and Daniel Schlett.
Previous album Halfway Towards a Healing w
Wednesday 4 March 2020:
Wed 4 Mar 2020, 19:30 - Southbank Centre, Londonclassical music performance & dance Igudesman & Joo Part of Classical Season 2019/20 The London Philharmonic Orchestra play it for laughs with comedic duo Igudesman & Joo.
The pair are masters of the art of mashing up classical music masterpieces with their own unique twist.
They join the orchestra for an evening of creativity, madness and hilarity with their two acclaimed shows Clash of t
Thursday 5 March 2020:
Thu 5 Mar 2020, 18:00 - Southbank Centre, Londonclassical music Philharmonia Music of Today: Xenakis and Reimann Part of Contemporary Edit Drink in music by important post World War II composers.
Xenakis' solo piano piece Evryali , composed in 1973, uses a mathematical technique the composer called 'arborescences' to generate a proliferation of melodic lines, punctuated by silence.
This piano concerto by Aribert Reimann was composed the
Thu 5 Mar 2020, 19:45 - Southbank Centre, Londonclassical music classical music The Impresarios - Masterpieces by Handel & Telemann Part of Classical Season 2019/20 Admire chamber works by Handel and Telemann, arguably the two greatest chamber composers of the high Baroque, performed by the Feinstein Ensemble.
Neither composer was dependent on the patronage system of the church or the courts.
Instead they both used their business acum
Thu 5 Mar 2020, 19:30 - Southbank Centre, Londonclassical music contemporary classical Sir George Benjamin: A Duet and a Dream Part of Contemporary Edit Part of Philharmonia Orchestra 2019/20 multi-buy discount One of Britain’s greatest living composers leads the Philharmonia Orchestra from the podium in an all-star performance.
In Dream of the Song , Benjamin looked to the vivid world of Andalusian poetry.
He pairs Arabic-inspired medi
Friday 6 March 2020:
Fri 6 Mar 2020, 18:00 - Southbank Centre, Londongigs futuretense: Fehdah Part of futuretense Spiritual daughter of Erykah Badu and Oumou Sangaré, singer-songwriter Fehdah describes her music as 'future Afro soul'.
The vocalist, producer and multi-instrumentalist is on the frontline of an emerging Irish hip-hop and electronic music scene.
An eclectic songwriter, Fehdah draws on her love of Wassoulou music in forging an entirely new take
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