Rachmaninoff & Friends: Trio Wanderer

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BBC Radio 3 Rush Hour Concert

Fri 4 Mar 2022 6.00pm - 7.00pm
Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke's, London

NB start time TBC

Rachmaninoff Trio élégiaque No 2 in D minor Op 9

Trio Wanderer

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Tickets: £15 (£13 concessions, £5 under-18s)

NB Unallocated seating

£0.60 online booking fee, £0.70 telephone booking fee per transaction - click here for more information on booking fees

Part of the BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concerts multibuy - click here for more information on multibuys

Please note that finish times are approximate and subject to change

Rachmaninoff’s life and career crossed over the 19th and 20th centuries, and took him from Europe to the US. In this series we hear his music alongside works by his friends and contemporaries.

The young Rachmaninoff wears his heart on his sleeve, as Trio Wanderer give a rare performance of his sweeping Trio élégiaque No 2.

‘All my thoughts, feelings, powers belonged to it … every phrase made me tremble.’ The young Rachmaninoff idolised Tchaikovsky, and when the great master died suddenly in 1893, he poured all his sorrow into a piano trio on an epic scale, as ambitious as it is passionate. As part of our exploration of the music of Rachmaninoff and his friends, it’s played today by Trio Wanderer – the acclaimed French ensemble whom The Strad described as having ‘a near-telepathic musical sensibility’.

Postponed from 14 January 2022


Good 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?

The majority of our seats are no longer socially-distanced, however some rows of seats in the stalls remain configured in socially-distanced singles and pairs, for those that would prefer to use them. All seats are unallocated – you may book for stalls or balcony, and are then free to sit wherever you wish.

What safety measures are in place?

Following the recent Government guidance, all visitors must wear a face covering as a condition of entry, unless exempt or under 12.

Visitors are not currently required to present an NHS Covid pass or proof of a negative Covid test result, but you are strongly encouraged to take a lateral flow test before attending while infection rates are still high.

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

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If you are unable to use your tickets because you are unwell or isolating, please contact [email protected] in order to arrange a credit or swap.

Broadcast

Recorded for future broadcast on BBC Radio 3

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