Exciting new partnerships for the cutting-edge ensemble.
Not so much closure as music pointing towards the exit.
16 bicycles powering everything needed for a concert, all to get you thinking about climate change.
Beethoven Violin Concerto, Vaughan Williams 5, and Dvorak’s Cello Concerto signal a return to live music at the Southbank from 28 May.
Always nice to start the day with an invigorating press release. This from the London Philharmonic Orchestra announcing their concert schedule for the rest of the year offers a little bit of hope and possibly even excitement. All thirteen concerts will be streamed via Marquee.TV which if you’ve got one of a range of Connected […]
This week’s update from (near) the English Riviera – Falmouth Without live events there seems to be little impetus to write. Since the £1.57 billion pledge to the UK arts scene, it feels a little as though the fire has gone from the fight. Nicola Benedetti stoked the grate a considerable amount a week last […]
The sun is hot. Very hot. There’s the smallest of breezes, but the excitement from the crowd here on the South Bank more than makes up for it. The Festival Hall is the new must-go-to location in Central London. I’m sitting on concrete benches. Beside me is a lady drawing up her to-do list in […]