It’s difficult to imagine how Mozart could have followed his final symphony, the ‘Jupiter’ – a work of such scale, majesty and intensity.
Aurora Orchestra returns to the Cambridge Summer Music Festival with leading international oboist François Leleux.
Aurora is delighted to return to this year’s Bury St Edmunds Festival for what is thought to be the first-ever memorised performances of Beethoven’s iconic Symphony No. 5.
Join us for an odyssey through Mozart's music, including a performance of his so-called Harmonie for wind band.
Aurora explores the pursuit of power – and its consequences – in a programme inspired by the figure of Prometheus
Aurora Orchestra returns to Norfolk & Norwich Festival to take Beethoven’s fifth symphony onto the streets of Norwich.
Join Aurora Orchestra for a magical treasure hunt adventure with Agatha the pirate!
From the sublimely delicate to the explosively virtuosic, this concert presents a musical partnership which bridges two string traditions dating back centuries: the violin and the West African kora.
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.