What’s on

Beethoven and the Dinosaurs

Sat 30 November 2019 – Sun 8 December 2019

  • Sat 30 November 2019, 10.00AM – {Venue, Name of City}
  • Sun 1 December 2019, 10.00AM – {Venue, Name of City}
  • Sat 7 December 2019, 12.00AM – {Venue, Name of City}
  • Sun 8 December 2019, 10.00AM – {Venue, Name of City}

Kings Place, Hall Two

Travel back in time 200 million years to the age of the dinosaurs in our Far, Far Away storytelling concert for young children (ages 0–5).

Les Illuminations

Wed 4 December 2019

7.30pm, Wigmore Hall

A mesmerising evening at Wigmore Hall celebrating music by Benjamin Britten with Allan Clayton, Sophie Bevan and Brett Dean.

Pioneers

Sat 14 December 2019

7.00pm, Hall One, Kings Place

Celebrating women pioneers past and present with works by Louise Farrenc and Charlotte Bray, featuring pianist Angela Hewitt and cellist Natalie Clein.

La Boulangerie

Sat 14 December 2019

9.15pm, Hall Two, Kings Place

An eclectic evening in the legendary Parisian salon of Nadia Boulanger, perhaps the most influential woman in 20th-century music

New Dawns

Sat 8 February 2020

7.00pm, Hall One, Kings Place

A concert with American pianist Nicholas Angelich featuring Mozart's Piano Concerto in C minor and Beethoven's First Symphony

Mozart Quintet for Piano and Winds

Sat 8 February 2020

9.15pm, Hall Two, Kings Place

Experience Mozart’s delightful masterpiece for piano and winds performed in-the-round in the intimate setting of an Aurora Lock-In

Chopin and the Dragonfly

Sat 15 February 2020 – Sun 23 February 2020

  • Sat 15 February 2020, 10.00AM – {Venue, Name of City}
  • Sun 16 February 2020, 12.00AM – {Venue, Name of City}
  • Sat 22 February 2020, 10.00AM – {Venue, Name of City}
  • Sun 23 February 2020, 12.00AM – {Venue, Name of City}

Hall Two, Kings Place

Welcome the Spring with dancing dragonflies and one very sleepy tortoise in our Far, Far Away storytelling concert for children (aged 0–5).

Earthly Rituals

Sat 28 March 2020

7.00pm, Hall One, Kings Place

A striking programme that includes Beethoven's Pastoral Symphony from memory and a work of orchestral theatre from Harrison Birtwistle

Immersed – Beethoven 6

Sat 28 March 2020

9.15pm, Hall Two, Kings Place

A late-night immersive event of Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony from inside the very heart of the orchestra

Fallen Hero

Sat 16 May 2020

7.30pm, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre

An Orchestral Theatre concert that explores the rise and fall of the hero with pianist Pierre-Laurent Aimard, featuring Beethoven's 'Eroica' symphony performed from memory.

Bartók and Agatha the Pirate

Sat 13 June 2020

10.00am, Hall Two, Kings Place

Sail the high seas and go on a magical treasure hunt in this storytelling concert for young children (aged 0–5).

On the Longest Day

Sat 20 June 2020

7.00pm, Hall One, Kings Place

Celebrate this year’s summer solstice with a riot of musical colour in this lively Mozart’s Piano programme with pianist Imogen Cooper

Travels with My Trombone

Sat 20 June 2020

9.15pm, Hall One, Kings Place

A late-night musical journey through dizzying terrains and bittersweet landscapes with Principal Trombonist Matthew Gee