Aurora is thrilled to welcome Robert Levin, one of the great pianists and improvisers of our age, for a programme which explores youthful precocity, showmanship and the visceral impact of a newly-spun cadenza.
As the last echoes of Peter Maxwell Davies’ iconic Eight Songs for a Mad King fade in Hall One, we surrender to glorious chaos with a participative Musicircus.
This theatrical concert traces a path through George III’s reign with emphasis on the unravelling of the monarch’s mind in the latter part of his reign, depicted here by Maxwell Davies.
This concert invites audiences to take a journey in musical memory in the company of Ed Cooke, Grand Memory Master, who can memorise the order of a deck of cards in less than a minute.
The Lock-In kicks off with an expanding feast of Bach.
Mozart’s Piano begins with a look back to the composer’s musical forbears, and in particular to the profound effect which members of the Bach family had on his life and music.
Aurora Orchestra concludes the year-long Minimalism Unwrapped project...
Aurora presents Hans Zender’s extraordinary ‘composed interpretation’ of Winterreise, in which the original piano is replaced by a virtuosic chamber orchestra.
Violinist Alexandra Wood and members of Aurora Orchestra perform a diverse programme of music in a relaxed and informal environment.
Love imperilled, love broken, love betrayed – Aurora makes its debut in Mexico with a programme of music and dance inspired by the darker side of desire.