Tempo Time Credits

Exchange your Tempo time credits for concert tickets.

Time credits are a way of recognising the amazing things people do in their communities. If you've earned time credits through volunteer work, you can exchange them for tickets to see the London Symphony Orchestra performing in the Barbican Hall, or the world's finests soloists and chamber ensembles at LSO St Luke's.

To exchange your credits for tickets, simply choose a concert from the list below, then fill in our form at the bottom of the page. We'll then get back to you to confirm your booking.

One ticket is worth one time credit.

Here's what's up for grabs!

April 2020

  • Friday 17 April 1–2pm
    LSO St Luke's
    Simon Crawford-Philips and Philip Moore translate the energy of dance into music for two pianos, bringing to life the fierce, spiky rhythms of Rachmaninov’s Symphonic Dances and Stravinsky’s Three Movements from Petrushka, both of which place spectacular demands on the soloists.
  • Wednesday 22 Apr 6.30–7.30pm
    Barbican Hall
    Béla Bartók’s Concerto for Orchestra is introduced and conducted by Sir Simon Rattle in this early-evening Half Six Fix concert.

May 2020

  • Friday 8 May 1–2pm
    LSO St Luke's
    In tandem with his Artist portrait series with the LSO, viola soloist Antoine Tamestit is joined by the Arod String Quartet, with Brahms’ String Quintet in G, a broad, lyrical piece that conjures orchestral sounds from its five musicians.
  • Friday 15 May 1–2pm
    LSO St Luke's
    Antoine Tamestit is joined by regular collaborators Jörg Widmann and Dénes Várjon for the unusual combination of clarinet, viola and piano, he travels through centuries of chamber music – from Mozart’s Classical elegance, to a work by Widmann himself.

June 2020

  • Friday 5 June 1–2pm
    LSO St Luke's
    Antoine Tamestit and harpsichordist Masato Suzuki explore the Baroque strains of J S Bach.
  • Friday 26 June 1–2pm
    LSO St Luke's
    In the final concert of Antoine Tamestit's BBC Radio 3 series, he teams up with Colin Currie – described as ‘the world’s finest and most daring percussionist’ by the Spectator – for the dynamic combination of viola and percussion, including Berio’s folk-inspired Naturale.


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