Past events

Jitterbug

Sun 20 July 2014

6.00pm, LSO St Luke's

HUSH HUSH FOLKS! It’s time to give prohibition a shake-down: the Aurora Jitterbug is coming to town.

Trasimeno Music Festival

Thu 10 July 2014

9.15pm, Castle of the Knights of Malta, Magione

Aurora Orchestra travel to Italy for the Trasimeno Music Festival to perform William Walton's Façade featuring world-renowned soprano, Dame Felicity Lott.

Deal Festival

Sun 6 July 2014

7.30pm, St. George's Deal

Aurora Orchestra returns to the Deal Festival with a prohibition-inspired programme, featuring the melodic, infectious swing of Man Overboard, and Aurora’s very own Thom Gould.

Peasmarsh Festival

Fri 20 June 2014

12.00am, St Mary's Church, Rye

Aurora Orchestra performs two concerts as part of the 2014 Peasmarsh Festival alongside violinist, Anthony Marwood, and cellist, Richard Lester.

Wigmore Hall

Thu 12 June 2014

1.00pm, Wigmore Hall

Join Aurora Orchestra for a unique collaboration at Wigmore Hall with the Mental Health Foundation and Mind and Soul Choir for Anxiety Festival 2014.

Pepper the Monkey and the Extraordinary Rainbow Circus

Sat 31 May 2014

10.15am, Hall Two, Kings Place

Join Aurora Orchestra and Pepper the mischievous monkey on a dare devil musical journey to join the extraordinary Rainbow circus.

Mahler Symphony No. 1

Fri 23 May 2014

6.00pm, The Apex, Bury St Edmunds

Aurora Orchestra takes one of the mightiest of all symphonies - Mahler's First Symphony - and performs it in a new chamber orchestra arrangement by Aurora's Arranger-in-Residence, Iain Farrington.

KlezMahler – Brighton Festival

Mon 19 May 2014

8.00pm, Brighton Dome Concert Hall

Klezmer – klezma – klezmah – klezmahler. What happens when the adventurous Aurora Orchestra teams up with Britain's best Klezmer and Balkan band?

The Four Quarters

Wed 14 May 2014

7.30pm, Holy Cross Church

A concert of depth and sparkle, the programme includes works by Ravel, Mozart and Adès.

How Pure the Sky

Thu 1 May 2014

7.30pm, LSO St Luke's

Internationally-acclaimed countertenor Iestyn Davies joins us as we look heavenwards for a programme which contemplates virtue, peace, and celestial heights.