Watch conductor Kevin John Edusei on STAGE ACCESS

On 28 October, conductor Kevin John Edusei leads the Orchestra in a performance of the suite from Mendelssohn's A Midsummer Night's Dream, Boulanger's D’un matin de printemps and Schumann's 'Spring' Symphony. From 29 October, you can watch this beautiful programme on STAGE ACCESS, the new destination for streaming the performing arts. 

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Read on to find out more. Viewers in the US and Canada can click here to watch, while viewers in the UK can find out more about the new service here

German conductor Kevin John Edusei is regularly praised  for the drama and tension that he brings to his music-making, and for his clear sense of architecture and attention to detail. A suave and elegant figure on the podium, he divides his time equally between the concert hall and opera house with a particular interest in German music from the early romantic period and early 20th century. In 2014, Edusei was appointed Chief Conductor of the Munich Symphony Orchestra, and on 28 October he made his LSO debut, stepping in for Sir Antonio Pappano to conduct a programme of Mendelssohn, Boulanger and Schumann. 


From the 29 October, you'll be able to watch this concert on STAGE ACCESS, the new destination for streaming the performing arts. Having begun previews in June and with its North America opening night week beginning October 26th, STAGE ACCESS is the new on-demand streaming platform dedicated to the performing arts, highlighting iconic content in dance, opera, concerts and theater. Featuring a growing list of arts original programming including Yo-Yo Ma at the Odeon in Athens, STAGE ACCESS is available on the web at and native apps for iOS, Android, Apple TV, Amazon Fire and Roku. 


Click here to find out more about our other Autumn 2020 Season broadcasts, and make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for free performances, ranging from full concerts to our YouTube Sundays. 


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