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Dreams, Myths and Histories: John Adams' Harmonielehre

'The forty-five minute symphony that broke me out of this long creative lockdown was a statement of belief in the power of tonality at a time when I was uncertain about its future': exploring John Adams' symphonic epic of 1985

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A snapshot of 500 Voices rehearsals

The big day is almost upon us, and we're putting the finishing touches on our 500 Voices project, getting ready to perform in the Barbican foyers on 24 March.

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Suzi Digby on founding and directing ORA Singers

On 16 March, ORA Singers launch their residency at LSO St Luke's with the Design Series, in collaboration with acclaimed stage-designers. Ahead of the performance, ORA Singers' founder and director Suzi Digby gave us a tantalising glimpse into what the ensemble has in store this March.

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Interview with Kathy Rose, Head of LSO St Luke’s

Welcome to our new Head of LSO St Luke's, Kathy Rose! Kathy joined us in the autumn last year, bringing a wealth of experience from a career in the film industry and managing operations in the field of education.

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Sir Simon Rattle on the music of Betsy Jolas

Last night the LSO gave the UK premiere of Betsy Jolas' A Little Summer Suite commissioned by Sir Simon Rattle. We sat down for a conversation with the LSO's Music Director to find out how a chance meeting led to this stunning piece ...

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