Aurora debuts at Festival Berlioz with a concert exploring power and madness.
Aurora returns to Canterbury to perform Beethoven’s ‘Pastoral’ Symphony from memory with BBC Radio 3's Tom Service presenting.
Pierre-Laurent Aimard joins Aurora for a birdsong-themed programme of music by Beethoven, Messiaen and Brett Dean.
Aurora debuts at the renowned Kölner Philharmonie with British tenor Ian Bostridge.
Aurora joins renowned pianist Stephen Kovacevich at the Settimane Musicali of Ascona festival.
A programme of works rooted in Vienna includes Mahler's epic symphonic song cycle Das Lied von der Erde, with world-class soloists Sarah Connolly and Andrew Staples.
For this free pre-concert talk, Nicholas Collon is joined by Aurora arranger-in-residence Iain Farrington to discuss Das Lied von der Erde.
Co-founded by Aurora’s Principal Viola Max Baillie, the ingenious ZRI have reimagined works by Brahms, Schubert, Mahler and Mozart to include clarinet, santouri (cymbalom) and accordion as well as traditional folk melodies.
Join us for this free event, where Igor Toronyi-Lalic hosts a pre-concert talk with the Labèques, discussing their illustrious career and their relationship to Mozart.
The incomparable Labèque sisters return to Kings Place for Mozart's double piano concerto, as part of a programme also featuring Schubert's best-loved symphony.
For this special late-night performance, be completely enveloped in the music as we lower the lights and invite you to come and sit or lie down in and amongst the musicians.
Join us for a pre-concert film screening of 'In Search of Mozart', narrated by Juliet Stevenson and with Mozart voiced by Samuel West.
Usher in the festive season with this joyful all-Mozart programme, featuring two of the UK's finest young soloists and readings by Samuel West.
Join Aurora musicians in an evening of mystery, drama and games as we explore Edgar Allan Poe’s gothic masterpiece The Masque of the Red Death.
For this special concert, three of the world’s great Ligeti interpreters join Aurora under Nicholas Collon to perform some of his most imaginative and powerful music.