Past events

The Gift

Fri 28 June 2013

8.00pm, Kings Place

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.

Britten Church Parables Tour

  • Mon 15 July 2013, 7.30PM – {Venue, Name of City}

Various UK and International Venues

2013 marks the centenary of Benjamin Britten’s birth. In June and July, Aurora principal players join forces with Mahogany Opera for one of the highlights of the Britten 100 celebrations.

Battle

Thu 16 May 2013

7.30pm, Various UK and International Venues

Biber vs. B-boys.

Echoes of Bach

Sat 20 April 2013

7.30pm, Kings Place; The Apex, Bury St Edmunds

No composer has had a more profoundly transformative impact on Europe's musical landscape than Bach.

Zeitgeist: Riot in Vienna, 1913

Sun 20 January 2013

6.30pm, Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre

Edmund de Waal joins Aurora for the launch of a uniquely intimate series in which audience rubs shoulders with performers on and around the stage.

Brahms Double

Sat 15 December 2012

7.30pm, Hall One, Kings Place

World-class soloists Anthony Marwood and Christoph Richter join Aurora for Brahms’ magnificent Double Concerto, a work of extraordinary warmth and character.

Britten Saint Nicolas

Sat 8 December 2012

7.30pm, Winchester Cathedral

Aurora visits Winchester for the first time, joining the Waynflete Singers and a team of outstanding young soloists for a concert featuring Britten's Saint Nicolas and a new commission from David Matthews.

Decasia

Sun 14 October 2012

7.30pm, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre

Take one orchestra. Amplify. Detune. Decay.

Emperor of Atlantis

Fri 5 October 2012

8.00pm, Various UK Venues

Aurora joins forces with English Touring Opera for three touring opera productions this autumn.

Albert Herring

Thu 4 October 2012

7.45pm, Various UK Venues

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