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.
Join Aurora musicians in an evening of mystery, drama and games, exploring Edgar Allan Poe’s gothic masterpiece The Masque of the Red Death.
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 us for a pre-concert film screening of 'In Search of Mozart', narrated by Juliet Stevenson and with Mozart voiced by Samuel West.
Aurora continues its family concerts with a glittering adventure through Tchaikovsky's enchanting ballet music.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.