Aurora is many things.
A virtuosic chamber orchestra, built of extraordinary musicians, giving electrifying performances at the very highest international standard.
A pioneering creative community with a boundless appetite for adventure, the broadest of artistic horizons, and a playful approach to presentation.
Above all, Aurora is about bringing the richest musical experiences to the broadest possible audience. We’re constantly searching for new ways to heighten engagement with music and help audiences get under the skin of great works: whether by performing whole symphonies from memory, collaborating with dancers or circus performers, commissioning film, combining chamber music with story-telling for children, or simply presenting viscerally powerful chamber orchestra performances in intimate settings.
The common thread which links all of this work is simple: great music, brilliantly performed.
20th May 2022
Next month, Aurora will be joined by renowned Ukrainian violinist Valeriy Sokolov for a series of special performances of Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto, programmed alongside the ensemble’s latest memorised symphony: Shostakovich’s Ninth. Aurora’s Principal Conductor Nicholas Collon sat down with Valeriy during preparations for the tour to talk about performing the Tchaikovsky, how the collaboration came… Read more »
5th April 2022
Aurora announces it will join Southbank Centre’s world-class roster of Resident Orchestras from autumn 2022, as part of the first changes to the latter group for 30 years Aurora will also renew its 15-year partnership with Kings Place as Resident Ensemble Aurora Orchestra this week announces it will become Resident Orchestra at London’s Southbank Centre from September 2022.… Read more »