LSO Discovery Day: Beethoven
Suitable for children over 12 and adults
Find out more about the life and music of Beethoven with access to an LSO rehearsal and a chamber music session with LSO players.
10am-1pm, Barbican Hall*
Join Sir Colin Davis and the London Symphony Orchestra as they rehearse Beethoven’s Symphony No 7 and Piano Concerto No 3 with Jonathan Biss, followed by Vlad Maistorovici’s Halo (2009 Panufnik 10-minute Commission) conducted by Clemens Schuldt, winner of the Donatella Flick Conducting Competition.
Unlike our Open Rehearsals, as part of the Discovery Day experience, audience members have the opportunity to observe the conductor and Orchestra from the Stalls, giving a unique and more intimate insight into the workings of an LSO rehearsal.
2.30- 5.30pm, Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke’s
Talk by LSO Animateur Rachel Leach followed by a recital of
Beethoven’s String Quartet No 8 in E minor, Op 59 No 2 ('Rasumovsky'), plus a Q&A session with Rachel Leach and the LSO players.
David Alberman violin
Rhys Watkins violin
Robert Turner viola
Amanda Truelove cello
Please note that all events are subject to change without prior notice
*Please note that the conductor may choose to not use the full rehearsal time and we cannot guarantee that equal rehearsal time will be given to each piece.
Tickets: £16 (£12.50 concessions). Afternoon from 2.30pm: £10 (no concessions)
NB if you are booking for the afternoon session only, please choose this from the list on the second page when buying your tickets.
Further information is available from Laura Sheldon on 020 7382 2505 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Final details of the event will be posted two weeks beforehand.
The event begins in the Barbican Hall and moves to LSO St Luke's in the afternoon, ending at 5.30pm. If you are attending the afternoon session only, please come to the Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke's.