Aurora teams up with Barry Humphries and cabaret diva Meow Meow in this risqué, sophisticated and seductive tribute to the jazz-infused music of the Weimar Republic.
As part of BBC Radio 3’s ‘Why Music?’ weekend, Aurora Orchestra and Poet in the City join forces for a cross-arts collaboration inspired by new computer memory technology.
Aurora joins forces with Grand Master of Memory Ed Cooke for a special BBC Radio 3 concert exploring memory and music.
A cross-disciplinary collaboration with Poet in the City to uncover the story of a groundbreaking new technology that will enable us to remember more than ever before.
Explore the bold possibilities of instrumental and electronic music with principal cellist Sébastien van Kuijk and his genre-defying ensemble.
As the first orchestra in the world to perform whole symphonies from memory, we bring this unique and thrilling artistic style to our Resident Orchestra home Kings Place for the first time.
The versatile pianist Shai Wosner joins Aurora for an eclectic programme which includes Schubert’s ‘Trout’ quintet, one of the greatest works in the canon of chamber music.
Soar with a pterodactyl, dance with a stegosaurus and rediscover your inner child.
Charles Owen and Martin Suckling discuss their musical inspirations and the evening’s programme with Aurora Principal Conductor Nicholas Collon.
Shai Wosner speaks to Aurora Chief Executive John Harte about his wide-ranging musical interests and why Schubert’s ‘Trout’ quintet is such a remarkable chamber piece.