LSO Futures: Concert 1

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LSO Chamber Orchestra

Sun 13 Mar 2016 4.00pm - 5.30pm
Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke's, London

DARREN BLOOM Dr Glaser's Experiment (world premiere, LSO commission)
THOMAS ADÈS Chamber Symphony
SCHOENBERG Chamber Symphony No 1

François-Xavier Roth conductor
LSO Chamber Orchestra

Tickets: £10 £16 £22

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Book this and the 7pm LSO Futures concert together and get 25% off. Please note general LSO multi-buy discounts do not apply to this concert.

Part of the 2015/16 season

LSO commission generously supported by the PRS for Music Foundation and the Britten-Pears Foundation.

 

Also in this series:

This event is part of LSO Futures 2016

Wed 9 Mar 2016:
Getting it Right? New Music and Dance Conference

Fri 11 Mar 2016:
Panufnik Composers Workshop

Sun 13 Mar 2016 6pm:
Berio Folk Songs

Sun 13 Mar 2016 7pm:
LSO Futures: Concert 2

LSO Futures, the LSO's biennial festival of contemporary music, returns with two chamber symphonies written at opposite ends of the 20th century that follow a world premier from the 21st.

Donald Glaser won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1960 for his invention of the bubble chamber, a piece of equipment used for the study of subatomic particles. This is how we begin the 2016 edition of LSO Futures, with a breakthrough: a world premiere from Darren Bloom inspired by this landmark scientific event. Then it’s two chamber symphonies, two more breakthroughs and two very different composers: Schoenberg’s chamber symphony, written on the brink of his revolutionary break with tonality, and Thomas Adès’s, a work of staggering maturity and accomplishment from the 19 year old who would go on to become one of Britain’s leading living composers.


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