BERG Seven Early Songs
BEETHOVEN Symphony No 7
Introduced on stage by the conductor
Sir Simon Rattle conductor & presenter
Dorothea Röschmann soprano
London Symphony Orchestra
Tickets: £37 £32 £22 £16 £12
£5 under-18s tickets available
£3 online booking fee, £4 telephone booking fee per transaction - click here for more information on booking fees
Part of the main season multibuy - click here for more information on multibuys
On sale dates:
Online: Tuesday 5 March 2019 10am
By Phone: Tuesday 19 March 2019 10am
In Person: Tuesday 19 March 2019 10am
Part of 2019/20 season
Please note that finish times are approximate and subject to change
Sir Simon Rattle marries two works of extraordinary intensity, played back-to-back in just one hour in this early-evening Half Six Fix concert, and introduced on-stage by the conductor.
Nightingales, dreams, lugubrious summer days and darkened valleys – the sounds and ideas that fascinated fin-de-siècle Vienna spiral together in Alban Berg’s Seven Early Songs. Composed 80 years earlier in the same city, Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony is like a ride in a Ferrari, hurtling towards symphonic triumph with unapologetic brilliance.
This concert is part of Half Six Fix, a different way to experience the LSO, with an introduction to the music from Sir Simon Rattle, and digital programme notes on your phone or device. Grab a drink, take your seat and enjoy the music.
These concerts start at 6.30pm and last for one hour, without an interval, featuring a short programme of one or two major works, which the conductor will introduce from the stage.
To bring you closer to the action, we’ll have screens to showcase the performers and programme notes available electronically on your Android or iPhone device. You can also enjoy the music with a drink in your seat.
Supported by the Art Mentor Founcdation Lucerne
Part of Beethoven 250 at the Barbican