Free concerts at LSO St Luke's
Want to know more about classical music but not sure where to start?
Make the most of your lunchbreak and enjoy a free, 45-minute informal concert at LSO St Luke’s. With live performances and introductions from presenter Rachel Leach, these free concerts are the perfect opportunity to learn more about music and the instruments of the orchestra, so just turn up and enjoy!
This autumn, we’re exploring music performed by duos; two musical voices weaving and merging through contemporary and classical compositions. Featuring strings, percussion, brass and keys, this is a series of electrifying performances from musicians pushed to new heights by the energy of their partners.
Each concert begins at 12.30pm and lasts for 45 minutes. The Café is open for light refreshments before the concert from 11.30am and after the concert until 2pm. The concerts are suitable for those over the age of 5.
There's no need to book, the concerts are free and you can just turn up on the day. To avoid disappointment please arrive in good time to get a seat, as these concerts are popular!
For more information or for group bookings please contact Cressida Griffth:
All concerts start at 12.30pm
We welcome new LSO Principal trumpet David Elton, giving his first LSO Discovery Lunchtime Concert alongside Kate Golla on piano performing music by a range of composers include Corelli, Enescu, Höhne and Gershwin.
Relaxed performance 11.15–11.45am
A performance open to everyone, including young children, individuals with autism, sensory and communication impairments and learning disabilities. Audience members are free to leave and re-enter the room at any point, and we are relaxed about noise and movement during the music.
East meets west in this performance of percussive masterpieces by American, Russian and Japanese composers. Join LSO Principal Percussion Neil Percy and LSO Percussionists as they explore compositions from around the world.
LSO violinist Thomas Norris and pianist Anna Tilbrook perform a Brahms violin sonata and three romances by Clara Schumann – two composers who inspired one another. Clara Schumann famously wrote to Brahms, ‘I wish the last movement could accompany me in my journey from here to the next world.’
LSO Friday Lunchtime Concerts are generously supported by LSO Friends.