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LondresInfinity and beyond

© Benjamin Ealovega
Strauss R., Mendelssohn, Adams
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Edward Gardner; London Philharmonic Choir

Londres2016: Song of the night

© Martin Bubandt
Prokofiev, Schubert, Lindberg, Szymanowski
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Thomas Søndergård; Michael Weinius; London Philharmonic Choir

Londres2018: Jurowski conducts Enescu

© Matthias Creutziger
Bach, Kats-Chernin, Enescu
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Vladimir Jurowski; Tamara-Anna Cislowska; London Philharmonic Choir; Trinity Boys Choir

Londres2020: Christmas Oratorio

© Victoria Cadisch
MacMillan: Christmas oratorio
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Vladimir Jurowski; Mary Bevan; Christopher Maltman; London Philharmonic Choir

LondresLove, hate and undiscovered worlds

© Kaupo Kikkas
Tanguy, Dean, Gubaidulina
London Philharmonic Orchestra; Edward Gardner; Alban Gerhardt; Giselle Allen; Robert Murray; Leigh Melrose
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A French Connection: Poulenc and Fauré from the LPO

Bertrand de Billy © Marco Borggreve
Bertrand de Billy made his debut with the LPO in an all-French programme headlined by Fauré's Requiem and preceded by a rewarding pairing of Poulenc's Organ Concerto and Sept Repons des Tenebres

Jurowski's Mahler 2: “In my End is my Beginning”

The London Philharmonic Orchestra and Vladimir Jurowski © Ben Ealovega
Impressive control from Vladimir Jurowski and his LPO forces in Mahler's great work about death and resurrection, but with obvious clinical detachment too.

Verdi's fresco in sound brought vividly to life

Edward Gardner © Benjamin Ealovega
London Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir paint a terrifying picture of hell and damnation at the Royal Festival Hall.

Prom 66: John Luther Adams delivers a massive hymn to the land

In the Name of the Earth © BBC | Mark Allan
John Luther Adams piece unfolds with the patience and weight of the geological time, leaving a powerful mark.

Nelson's sublime anniversary tribute to one of France's greatest sons

Berlioz's Requiem at St Paul's Cathedral © Martin Kendrick
Michael Spyres' long lyrical line in the Sanctus was outstanding, his tone ardent and ringing.