We debut at the Festival de Pollença with Beethoven’s fifth symphony performed from memory.
We return to the Concertgebouw with a programme including Beethoven’s fifth symphony performed from memory.
We return to the Kölner Philharmonie with a programme pairing two early romantic masterpieces: Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and Beethoven’s fifth symphony.
Joseph Middleton is joined by renowned singers Mary Bevan and Henk Neven in the opening concert of his series at Wigmore Hall with a programme of French music.
An Orchestral Theatre production of ghost stories and orchestral music, awakening the spirits of Mary Shelley's 'Frankenstein' and Beethoven's Fifth Symphony.
Pianist Jean-Efflam Bavouzet discusses his career and relationship to Mozart’s music with Aurora Chief Executive John Harte.
Aurora explores musical extraordinaires from the 18th century to the modern day with celebrated pianist Jean-Efflam Bavouzet.
Soar with a pterodactyl, dance with a stegosaurus and rediscover your inner child.
It’s well past bedtime but nobody can sleep. The rain is too splashy, the sheep are too jumpy and the stars are far, far too twinkly. What are we to do?
Nico Muhly talks to Radio 3’s Tom Service about his works, inspirations, and new music today.
Curated with Nico Muhly and Iestyn Davies, this programme stops the clocks and delves into ancient notions of time, as explored by Dowland, Debussy, Satie and Adès.
Aurora brings the year to a close in style with a New Year’s Eve programme in the company of world-class pianist Imogen Cooper.
Ring in the new year with an adventurous night packed with food and drink, performances, activities, and special guests curated by Aurora Principal Players.
The wayfarer, the migrant, the refugee: we embark on a journey through time and space in the company of those that walk the face of the earth.
This programme explores the different guises of transformation in the music of Anna Meredith, Emily Hall, and Mozart.
In this late-night Lock-In, Aurora shines the spotlight on the vibrant, bold, and original music of Anna Meredith.
One of the most distinctive and exciting voices of new music today, the concert features the music of composer Missy Mazzoli with her Double Bass concerto.
We explore celestial sounds and the cosmic order in an eclectic programme enriched by choreography and illustration.
Aurora pairs Farrenc’s overlooked third symphony with Mozart’s exuberant Piano Concerto No. 22 performed by Angela Hewitt.