An Orchestra that rings like a bell: James Hoyle article
16 March 2018
Ahead of the
Panufnik Composers Workshop this Sunday, composer James Hoyle tells us about the scheme and how his piece makes the whole Orchestra peal like the bells of St Paul's ...
A Mezzo on a Mission: Ann Hallenberg interview
06 March 2018
Ahead of her LSO
debut this Sunday, mezzo-soprano Ann Hallenberg tell us a little bit about what it's like performing to thousands via the LSO's Live Stream, working with Sir John Eliot Gardiner and her mission to perform lost and forgotten pieces.
Introducing Lionel Bringuier
13 February 2018
We get to know more about the conductor, who makes his LSO debut on
21 February – from making history in LA to his collaborations with pianist Yuja Wang.
02 March 2018
Nikolaj Znaider makes his LSO Live debut with
Mozart: Violin Concertos Nos 4 & 5, the first of two releases exploring the composer’s complete violin concertos.
Five things you didn't know about Elgar
09 February 2018
Ahead of Sir Mark Elder's performance of Symphony No 2 on Sunday 11 February, we learn more about Elgar as a composer and a conductor, his relationship with the LSO, and some of his unique quirks.