Past events

The Musical Memory Palace

Fri 13 October 2017

7.30pm, BBC Maida Vale Studios

Aurora joins forces with Grand Master of Memory Ed Cooke for a special BBC Radio 3 concert exploring memory and music.

Settimane Musicali di Ascona

Fri 6 October 2017

8.30pm, Ascona, Switzerland

Aurora joins renowned pianist Stephen Kovacevich at the Settimane Musicali of Ascona festival.

Kölner Philharmonie

Sun 1 October 2017

6.00pm, Cologne, Germany

Aurora debuts at the renowned Kölner Philharmonie with British tenor Ian Bostridge.

Hatfield House

Thu 28 September 2017

7.30pm, The Old Palace

We join celebrated musicians Ian Bostridge, Guy Johnston, and Nicolas Fleury for the Hatfield House Chamber Music Festival, a programme that includes Beethoven's 'Pastoral' performed from memory.

Why Birds Sing

Sun 24 September 2017

3.30pm, Royal Festival Hall

Pierre-Laurent Aimard joins Aurora for a birdsong-themed programme of music by Beethoven, Messiaen and Brett Dean.   

‘Pastoral’ from Memory

Fri 22 September 2017

7.30pm, Colyer-Fergusson Hall, Canterbury

Aurora returns to Canterbury to perform Beethoven’s ‘Pastoral’ Symphony from memory with BBC Radio 3's Tom Service presenting.

Festival Berlioz

Tue 22 August 2017

9.00pm, Isère, France

Aurora debuts at Festival Berlioz with a concert exploring power and madness.

BBC Proms Inspire

Mon 14 August 2017

5.00pm, BBC Broadcasting House

Aurora continues its commitment to new music, performing the winning pieces of the BBC Proms Inspire competition for young composers.

‘Eroica’ from Memory

Fri 4 August 2017

8.00pm, The Concertgebouw, Amsterdam

Aurora debuts at the world-renowned Concertgebouw in Amsterdam with Beethoven's 'Eroica' performed from memory.

Albert Herring

  • Sun 25 June 2017, 4.00PM – {Venue, Name of City}
  • Thu 29 June 2017, 5.00PM – {Venue, Name of City}
  • Sat 1 July 2017, 4.00PM – {Venue, Name of City}
  • Fri 7 July 2017, 5.00PM – {Venue, Name of City}
  • Sun 9 July 2017, 4.00PM – {Venue, Name of City}

The Grange Festival

Aurora makes its debut at the Grange Festival, performing Benjamin Britten's Albert Herring under Steuart Bedford.