Culture Recovery Fund award
We’re so pleased that Aurora has been announced as one of the recipients of the government’s Culture Recovery Fund, with a grant of £200,000. We’re hugely grateful to Arts Council England and to the Department for Culture, Media and Sport for this invaluable support, which will help to offset the financial damage caused by a […]
Jane Mitchell wins the Salomon Prize
Jane Mitchell, Aurora’s Creative Director and Principal Flute, wins the RPS ABO Salomon Prize for orchestral musicians.
Beethoven 7 at the BBC Proms
Aurora returns to the Royal Albert Hall on Thursday 10 September, with a live performance of Beethoven 7 from memory.
Aurora to perform live from the Royal Albert Hall as part of 2020 BBC Proms
We’re delighted to announce that Aurora will appear as part of the 2020 BBC Proms’ special series of live performances at the Royal Albert Hall in September.
Announcing our next Aurora Play broadcasts
Today we announce the second batch of broadcasts in Aurora Play, our new digital series showcasing the best of Aurora’s orchestral adventures.
Deutsche Grammophon debut announcement
Aurora is delighted to announce the release of Music of the Spheres, our debut album for Deutsche Grammophon.
A message from Nicholas Collon
In the midst of the profound upheavals affecting our whole society at present, all of us at Aurora send our thoughts and good wishes to you and to our audiences everywhere.
A ceremony for 14 musicians
Q&A with Leader Alexandra Wood about Harrison Birtwistle’s Cortege, an imaginative work of orchestral theatre.
Our Southbank Centre 2020/21 Season
Announcing our Southbank Centre 2020/21 season! Expect three colourful concerts in our Orchestral Theatre series: an exploration of time, a journey through the shades of love and a collaboration with violinist Nicola Benedetti.
The Personal History of David Copperfield
Behind the music for our latest soundtrack project, The Personal History of David Copperfield, Armando Iannucci’s witty adaptation of the Dicken’s classic.