Aurora plays Mozart

Works include the ravishing concert aria ‘Vorrei spiegarvi, oh Dio!’ (with soprano Fflur Wyn) and Violin Concerto No. 5 in A major (Thomas Gould, violin).

Alexander Goehr’s ‘Promised End’

Aurora joins English Touring Opera to give the première performances of Promised End by Alexander Goehr, setting one of Shakespeare’s greatest plays, King Lear.

Albert Herring

Aurora joins forces with English Touring Opera for three touring opera productions this autumn, the last of which is Albert Herring.

Abracadabra: Wigmore Hall Family Concert

This hour-long concert will take you on a magical journey. Six musicians from Aurora Orchestra and magician Neil Henry bring to life snowy scenes, twinkling stars, quacking ducks and floating swans, whilst throwing in a few surprises along the way!

Abracadabra: Cambridge Summer Music

This hour-long concert will take you on a magical journey. Six musicians from Aurora Orchestra and magician Neil Henry bring to life snowy scenes, twinkling stars, quacking ducks and floating swans, whilst throwing in a few surprises along the way!

The Gift

As part of the ‘Wagner 200’ celebrations marking the 200th anniversary of Richard Wagner’s birth, Aurora presents a narrated re-creation of the events surrounding the premiere of Siegfried Idyll.

BBC Proms 2013

Aurora makes its debut late-night appearance for the BBC Proms with a characteristically eclectic programme of American music, ranging from Nancarrow to Glass.

Musikfest Bremen

Mahler (arr. Iain Farrington) Das Lied von der Erde Andrew Staples tenor Christianne Stotijn mezzo-soprano Nicholas Collon conductor Following its successful debut appearance at Musikfest Bremen in 2012, Aurora returns in 2013 with a performance of Mahler’s Das Lied von der Erde. Composed between 1907-09, during a time of great personal tragedy, Mahler’s ‘Song of the Earth’ has… Read more »

Contrasts

Opening this year’s Kings Place Festival, this programme showcases the virtuosity of four of Aurora’s principal players: Thom Gould, Timothy Orpen, Nicolas Fleury and John Reid.