Summer Shorts | Rebecca Gilliver, Juliana Koch & Michael McHale (1pm)

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Summer Shorts | Pay what you can

Fri 27 Aug 2021 1.00pm - 1.45pm
Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke's, London

Robert Schumann Movements 2, 3 and 5 from Six Canonic Studies
Nadia Boulanger arr Katherine Needleman Trois Pièces
Sergei Prokofiev arr Lera Auerbach Violin Sonata No 2

Rebecca Gilliver cello
Juliana Koch oboe
Michael McHale piano

Digital programme notes

Tickets: Pay what you can
For these Summer Shorts concerts, we ask that you pay what you can for your ticket. Big or small, any amount is hugely appreciated and will help to keep the music playing.
Simply enter the amount you'd like to pay when booking via Eventbrite.

On sale date:
Friday 13 August, 10am

BOOK TICKETS

Under new guidelines, there are fewer available seats in LSO St Luke's. When you arrive, you will be shown to your seat by a steward. We ask you to not swap seats.

Tickets must be booked online in advance.

For more information email [email protected]

Please note that finish times are approximate and subject to change.

Please note that tickets must be booked in advance and will not be available on the door.

A trio with LSO Musicians Rebecca Gilliver and Juliana Koch, and pianist Michael McHale, closes our 2021 series of Summer Shorts with music by Robert Schumann and Nadia Boulanger. They end the programme with Prokofiev's Violin Sonata No 2, which begins gently, before hurtling towards a thrilling finale.

Our Summer Shorts series will take place at LSO St Luke's every Friday this August. We'll be opening the doors for 45-minute performances presented by LSO musicians, with music that crosses genres and generations. There will be opportunities to ask the musicians your burning questions and chat to the players.

Everyone is welcome, including families.

This concert will be performed at 11am and 1pm on Friday 27 August.

More Summer Shorts concerts
More music this summer

This series of concerts is made possible by the kind support of the Huo Family Foundation.


 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.

How are seats at LSO St Luke's arranged?

Stalls
Seating will be unallocated so you will be free to sit wherever you wish. 25% of seats in the Stalls will remain empty so that - when you arrive - you can choose to sit with or apart from other audience members. There will be a number of set socially-distanced seats available.

What other safety measures are in place once inside?

  • Staff and audience members are encouraged to wear a face covering inside LSO St Luke's at all times unless exempt.
  • 25% of seats in the Stalls will remain empty so that you can choose to sit apart from others if you wish.
  • The hall and each seat will be cleaned between performances.
  • A one-way system is in operation so you can move safely through the venue.
  • Hand sanitising stations are positioned at the entrance and around the building.
  • Programme notes are now solely digital and donation points use contactless technology.
  • An official NHS QR code poster is displayed at the entrance to the venue, so visitors can 'check in' on the NHS Test & Trace app.
  • Audience members are asked not to arrive earlier than 30 minutes before concerts.

What happens if a concert is cancelled or postponed?

In the event of cancellations or postponements, all audience members will be notified in advance.

What if I or someone I know develops Coronavirus symptoms before the concert?

Please stay at home if you are experiencing any symptoms of Covid-19 or if you’ve recently been in contact with someone who has the virus. Tickets can be exchanged for another concert or credit vouchers valid for six months.

More questions?

Send us a message at [email protected].