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Veranstaltungsort: LSO St Lukes, London

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Adresse161 Old Street
London
EC1V 9NG
Vereinigtes Königreich
Google maps51° 31' 30.671" N 0° 5' 38.441" W
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Elgar, Schumann
Nash Ensemble

LondonBBC Radio 3 Lunchtime: Elgar plus

London Symphony Orchestra
Elgar, Schumann, Wagner
Christine Rice; Nash Ensemble

LondonBBC Radio 3 Lunchtime: Elgar plus

London Symphony Orchestra
Schumann, Elgar
Nash Ensemble

LondonBBC Radio 3 Lunchtime: Elgar plus

London Symphony Orchestra
Elgar, Kreisler, Liszt, Schumann
Nash Ensemble
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Warm and affirmative playing from the LSO and Paavo Järvi at St Lukes

Paavo Järvi © Global Concert Hall
An early evening concert of Haydn and Beethoven with a light heart proved to be a tonic in this dark November lockdown. 
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Stephanie Childress puts the LSO through its paces in Sibelius

Stephanie Childress © LSO | Mark Allan
Travel restrictions prevented both the concert’s marquee names from appearing, but their stand-ins stamped their personalities on an immensely attractive (and unchanged) programme. 
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Rites of spring – and summer – from the LSO and Kevin John Edusei

Kevin John Edusei © Marco Borggreve
A rare outing for Lili Boulanger's D'un matin de printemps lay at the dewy centre of this spring–summer seasonal programme.  
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Stylish sparks fly with Kerem Hasan and the LSO

Kerem Hasan © Marco Borggreve
A vibrant evening of dance and drama from the London Symphony Orchestra in music by Bartók, Strauss, and Hannah Kendall.
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A formidably cast presentation of Britten’s Screw

The Aurora Orchestra defies tradition and turns Britten’s ghostly Turn of the Screw into a kind of a dramatic ‘installation’
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Evocative contemporary string music from the ESO

The English String Orchestra present works inspired by nature, colour and life by four contemporary composers.
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A Scream and an Outrage: Session Two at LSO St Luke's

The title for this Barbican event certainly threw up some interesting questions. Having failed to attend a riotous dinner party that was characterised by one attendee as “a scream and an outrage”, Nico Muhly set about curating a series of concerts under this title. However, no screams or outrages occurred this weekend.
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Trio Mediaeval at LSO St Luke's

The voices of Trio Mediaeval take you by surprise. Essentially, they take French, English and Norwegian polyphony and give it an electronically amplified, spaced-out twist. Much of Norway’s early musical history is unknown, the largely Christian folk tradition passed down orally rather than in writing, although monasteries from the 12th century onwards played a large role.
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