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Watch Aurora perform in 2022.

Sat 26 November 2022

Debussy and the Snow Elephant

Journey through a wintery world in the company of Jimbo, the shy snow elephant, in our Far, Far Away storytelling concert for children (aged 0–5).

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We perform Shostakovich’s meditation on life and death with celebrated soloists Elizabeth Atherton and Peter Rose.

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Fri 3 February 2023

SUPERSONIC

We kick off our 2023 Kings Place season with a kaleidoscope of riotous colour, virtuosity, mischief and musical subterfuge, including Gershwin's romantic Ballet sequence from An American in Paris.

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The much-loved children’s story The Wolf, the Duck and the Mouse by Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen becomes a musical adventure in this world premiere for families and children aged 4–8.

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Aurora Orchestra and Nwando Ebizie invite you to step inside a Beethoven symphony at Printworks London.

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Sat 25 March 2023

Aurora with Jan Lisiecki

Aurora pairs iconic works by Beethoven with a new piece from one of the most exciting voices in 21st-century music, Héloïse Werner.

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Aurora Play brings you highlights from our performance archive, from dazzling Orchestral Theatre productions to intimate chamber performances. And we also invite you to join in at home – dance, sing, draw and share your own orchestral adventures online.

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Revisit our acclaimed Orchestral Theatre staging of Berlioz's vibrant Symphonie fantastique from the 2019 BBC Proms.

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Explore Beethoven's 'Eroica' performed from memory, with a vivid musical introduction by Nicholas Collon and Tom Service.

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We explore Mozart’s majestic final symphony with a vivid musical introduction by Tom Service and Nicholas Collon, followed by a complete performance of the 'Jupiter', delivered entirely from memory.

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The Royal Albert Hall is transformed into an extraordinary musical instrument in MELD, Benedict Mason’s immersive, audacious ‘sound theatre’ invention at the 2014 BBC Proms.

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