Witches of Eastwick: Devil’s Dance
Jurassic Park: Theme
War Horse: Dartmoor 1912
Harry Potter: Hedwig’s Theme
Jaws: Main Theme
ET: Flying Theme
Olympic Fanfare and Theme
Raiders of the Lost Ark: March
Schindler’s List: Theme
Close Encounters (excerpts)
Munich: A Prayer For Peace
Star Wars: Highlights
London Symphony Orchestra
Frank Strobel conductor
As part of Sound Unbound 2017 the LSO plays John Williams' greatest film hits with each score introduced by John Williams himself, in an exclusive interview to be screened in the hall.
The concert will be in two parts starting at 12pm and 2pm.
Full Sunday line-up (PDF)
About Sound Unbound
Following all the fun of our first Classical Weekender in 2015, we’re letting music take over the Centre again…
With sixty sessions over one weekend (Saturday 29 and Sunday 30 April 2017), showcasing the infinite variety of classical pieces, this is the perfect festival for lovers of live music. From innovative new commissions with the likes of Chilly Gonzales and Anna Meredith to some of the finest classical scores ever written, and performances from today’s leading performers like Iestyn Davies and the LSO to BBC Young Musician 2016 Sheku Kanneh-Mason. Whatever your thing, you’ll find it at Sound Unbound.
We’re curating the programme to showcase music at its forward-thinking best, mixing classics with sounds from living composers who are continuing to develop and drive the genre. And we’re pushing the boundaries of how we experience classical music: get intimate at our in-the-round Pit Sessions (in Association with Boiler Room), hear Silent Opera in our conservatory or explore choral commissions in the Curve Gallery.
Under 14s day passes £10 plus booking fee*
Tickets should be exchanged for a wristband on arrival at the Barbican Centre
Sessions are open to all Weekend/ Day pass holders
Entry to specific sessions is subject to capacity and on a first-come, first-served basis. Unreserved seating in all sessions.
Part of Sound Unbound 2017. The Barbican Classical Weekender is a joint project between the Barbican, London Symphony Orchestra, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Britten Sinfonia, the Academy of Ancient Music and Guildhall School of Music & Drama.
In association with Tommy Pearson Music.