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Venue: LSO St Lukes, London

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Address161 Old Street
United Kingdom
Google maps51° 31' 30.671" N 0° 5' 38.441" W
January 2022
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LondonRachmaninov & Friends I

London Symphony Orchestra
Rachmaninov, Stravinsky
Simon Crawford-Phillips; Philip Moore

LondonRachmaninov & Friends II

London Symphony Orchestra
Rachmaninov: Piano Trio no. 2 in D minor, "Trio Élégiaque", Op.9
Trio Wanderer

LondonFree Friday Lunchtime Concerts

London Symphony Orchestra

LondonECHO Rising Stars: Vanessa Porter

Porter, Sciarrino, Globokar, Lang, Aperghis, Kuyumcuyan, Kuhn
Vanessa Porter, Percussion

LondonECHO Rising Stars: Johan Dalene

Beethoven, Elgar, Monnakgotla, Prokofiev
Johan Dalene; Nicola Eimer

LondonRachmaninov & Friends III

London Symphony Orchestra
Rachmaninov: A selection of songs by Rachmaninov and his contemporaries.
Olena Tokar; Igor Gryshyn

LondonRachmaninov & Friends IV

London Symphony Orchestra
Prokofiev, Rachmaninov
Boris Giltburg, Piano

LondonMusical Storytelling

London Symphony Orchestra
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Sunny and positive: Michael Tilson Thomas and the LSO at St Lukes

Michael Tilson Thomas is an old friend of the LSO and his precise and expressive presence on the podium produced fine musical results all round. 
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Rattle and the LSO excel in Strauss and Wagner

Rattle leads the London Symphony Orchestra on a journey to his adoptive country, without so much as a lateral flow test to hold them up.
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Style, vibrancy and vitality from John Wilson and the LSO

Celebration and infectious joy in Bennett and Gershwin, with silky textures and delicate precision in Ravel from John Wilson and the LSO.
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Enchanted childhood for adults from Hannigan, Rattle and the LSO

The soprano seemed to be duetting with players as much as conducting them in Knoxville: Summer of 1915.
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Impeccable Ligeti from Sir John Eliot Gardiner and the LSO

Ligeti's Concert Românesc gets a well characterised reading, but Gardiner's Bartók and Haydn come off less well at LSO St Luke's.
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Sir Simon Rattle and the LSO find beauty in two Dvořák gems

One of those performances when the sheer physical beauty of the instruments and the sounds they were making became the organic nature of the music itself.
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Darkly intense Berg, and uplifting Schubert from the LSO

A programme of great contrasts as the first concert is streamed since it was announced that Sir Simon Rattle will leave the LSO in 2023. 
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Beethoven with a velvet touch: Krystian Zimerman with the LSO

Purity and clarity are hallmarks of Zimerman’s playing and there was an almost aristocratic composure to his phrasing in these splendid performances. 
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