Jasmin Kent Rodgman The Spell and the Promise* (world premiere with live audience)
Electra Perivolaris Glen Sannox River Song (world premiere)
Darren Bloom Rising* (world premiere with live audience)
Ben Gaunt Nothing Else Exists (world premiere)
Carlos Simon stir crazy (UK premiere)
Gareth Davies flute
Fenella Humphreys violin
Rachel Leach presenter
On sale date:
Friday 2 July, 10am
Under new guidelines, there are fewer available seats in LSO St Luke's, set as single tickets or in groups of twos. When you arrive, you will be shown to your seat by a steward. We ask you to not swap seats so we can maintain a safe distance between you and other groups.
Tickets must be booked online in advance.
For more information call Rebecca Ranson on 020 7382 2512 or email [email protected]
Suitable for over-5s
Please note that finish times are approximate and subject to change.
LSO Soundhub is generously supported by Susie Thomson and The Garrick Charitable Trust.
*Commissioned by Brookfield Properties in collaboration with the London Symphony Orchestra and Culture Mile
Please note that tickets must be booked in advance and will not be available on the door.
Want to know more about classical music but not sure where to start? Make the most of your lunchbreak and enjoy a free, 45-minute informal concert at LSO St Luke’s.
Today we hear music by composers supported through the LSO Soundhub Scheme, including brand new pieces by Electra Perivolaris and Ben Gaunt. Rising by Darren Bloom and The Spell and the Promise by Jasmin Kent Rodgman were both written for films created during lockdown, celebrating the creative energy of the City of London. Today is the first time they are performed to a live audience. All this, plus a UK premiere by Carlos Simon.
There will be introductions from our presenter, who will tell you more about the music and the instruments, and interviews with the composers behind the music.
Each concert begins at 12.30pm and lasts for 45 minutes.
This concert will also be streamed live on the LSO YouTube channel, and will be available on demand afterwards.
Need to know
We are doing everything we can to make your visit safe and enjoyable. Below are answers to some FAQs, and you can find further information here.
The Jerwood Hall has been configured for social distancing with fewer seats available, set as single tickets or in groups of twos. Clusters are separated by at least one empty seat and people from different household groups will be at least 1 metre apart from each other when seated. We ask you to not swap seats so we can maintain a safe distance between you and other groups.
In the event of cancellations or postponements, all audience members will be notified in advance.