Past events

Objects at an Exhibition

Sat 3 October 2015

7.45pm, Science Museum

The Science Museum awakens after dark with a unique walk-through concert featuring six world-premiere performances.

BBC Proms 2015

Sun 2 August 2015

3.30pm, Royal Albert Hall

Aurora returns to the BBC Proms with a programme featuring works Dean, Mozart, Meredith, and a performance of Beethoven’s Sixth - entirely from memory.

Kreutzer vs. Kreutzer

Sun 12 July 2015

12.00am, Shakespeare's Globe

Can music drive a man to murder?

Wigmore Hall: Julian Anderson

Tue 7 July 2015

7.30pm, Wigmore Hall

Julian Anderson curates a concert of compelling reflections on the music of poetry and the poetry of music, including music from Stravinsky and Julian Anderson.

Seven Seeds

Tue 23 June 2015

6.30pm, Royal Albert Hall

Seven Seeds is a newly-commissioned piece of music written by composer John Barber and writer Hazel Gould inspired by the Greek myth, Persephone.

Wigmore Hall

Sat 6 June 2015

7.30pm, Wigmore Hall

Aurora Orchestra returns to Wigmore Hall to present Mendelssohn’s String Octet alongside Copland’s sublime Appalachian Spring, and a new piece by Judith Weir featuring Sarah Connolly.

Jitterbug

Wed 20 May 2015

7.00pm, Various UK Venues

HUSH HUSH FOLKS! It’s time to give prohibition a shake-down: the Aurora Jitterbug is coming to town.

Colin Currie: A Tribute to Steve Martland

Sat 2 May 2015

6.00pm, Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Strathclyde Suite

Colin Currie joins Aurora Orchestra at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall for a concert dedicated to the memory of composer Steve Martland.

The Virtues of Things

Sat 2 May 2015

12.00am, Various London Venues

Conceived by composer Matt Rogers and writer Sally O’Reilly, The Virtues of Things is a witty dissection of how objects carry meaning and operas unfold their fictions.

Mozart Requiem

Sat 28 March 2015

7.30pm, Kings Place

A stellar lineup of guest soloists join the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge and Aurora Orchestra at Kings Place for this performance under the direction of Nicholas Collon.