A chamber music programme rich in colour and form with our Principal Players at Cooper Hall.
This programme explores the different guises of transformation in the music of Anna Meredith, Emily Hall, and Mozart.
In this late-night Lock-In, Aurora shines the spotlight on the vibrant, bold, and original music of Anna Meredith.
Step inside the Green Leaf Forest to tightrope walk across a dancing river, tame a furry lion cub and make music with some very rascally frogs.
A Royal Opera House collaboration of the new opera, The Monstrous Child, by young British composer Gavin Higgins.
One of the most distinctive and exciting voices of new music today, the concert features the music of composer Missy Mazzoli with her Double Bass concerto.
Experience the bold colours and rhythmic intensity of Bartók’s Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion in a unique immersive performance.
We explore celestial sounds and the cosmic order in an eclectic programme enriched by choreography and illustration.
Wander among the lavender, wiggle with worms and snooze to the music of a twinkling firefly.
Legendary pianist Ronald Brautigam and award-winning saxophonist Amy Dickson in conversation with Nicholas Collon, Principal Conductor.
We travel to a land of soaring mountains and haunting myths, conjuring up the evocative drama of Scotland with pianist Ronald Brautigam and saxophonist Amy Dickson.
A reimagining of our interactive children’s concert for grown-ups, where you’ll get to wander among the lavender, wiggle with worms and discover your inner child.
Our Principal Players in conversation reflecting on 15 years of the orchestra.
An exploration of early 20th-century expressions of modernity with pianist Tom Poster, pairing iconic works by Gershwin, Bartók and Prokofiev with Mozart.
An ethereal night of Nordic folk tunes and folklore with our Norwegian Principal Cellist Torun Sæter Stavseng.
Celebrating women pioneers past and present with works by Louise Farrenc and Charlotte Bray in the company of pianist Angela Hewitt and cellist Natalie Clein.