Happy New Year from the LSO!
Looking for a great way to kick off 2022? Save 20% on concerts in January and February when you book in January.
Highlights include Sir Simon Rattle conducting the much-anticipated world premiere of Unsuk Chin's unprecedented Second Violin Concerto to kick-off the new year, soprano and conductor Barbara Hannigan's three-concert visit in February, and a brand new Family Concert based on the fantastic book How to Build an Orchestra by Mary Auld, which features some familiar faces among Elisa Paganelli's illustrations ... Plus LSO St Luke's is filled with the beautiful sound of chamber music again in our concert series 'Rachmaninoff & Friends' with BBC Radio 3.
All the concerts included in this offer are listed below, along with links to book online.
How to Purchase
To buy seats at the discounted price, please enter the code JAN22 at checkout.
LSO Concerts at the Barbican
Thu 6 Jan: Unsuk Chin Violin Concerto No 2 world premiere/Leonidas Kavakos & Sir Simon Rattle
Sun 9 Jan: Dvorák Symphony No 7/Sir Simon Rattle
Thu 27 Jan: Ravel, Mozart & Tchaikovsky/Nathalie Stutzmann & Alina Ibragimova
Thu 3 Feb: Shostakovich 14 & Beethoven 7/Gianandrea Noseda, Elena Stikhina & Vitalij Kowalyow, Elena Stikhina & Vitalij Kowaljow
Sun 6 Feb: Beethoven 'Emperor' & Shostakovich 15/Gianandrea Noseda & Beatrice Rana
Sun 13 Feb: Beethoven 'Emperor' & Shostakovich 15/Gianandrea Noseda & Beatrice Rana
Thu 17 Feb: Barbara Hannigan sings and conducts
Wed 23 Feb: Half Six Fix – La voix humaine/Barbara Hannigan
Thu 24 Feb: Strauss & Poulenc/Barbara Hannigan
Sun 27 Feb: Family Concert – How to Build an Orchestra
BBC Radio 3 Concerts at LSO St Luke's
Rachmaninoff & Friends
More £10/15 Wildcard Tickets Added
We are also releasing a new batch of Wildcard tickets, with limited availability for all LSO evening concerts at the Barbican. For just £10 or £15, plus booking fee, you're guaranteed a seat worth at least £18, but will it be in the stalls or the balcony? Find out on the night!
Keeping You Safe
We are doing everything we can to ensure that your experience is safe and comfortable.
In January and February we will continue to offer a socially-distanced environment in the Balcony for concerts at the Barbican. To find out more, click on the 'Distanced Seating' tab on the event page for your chosen concert. Socially-distanced areas of seating are also in place for BBC Radio 3 Concerts and Free Friday Lunchtime Concerts at LSO St Luke's.
All visitors must wear a face covering as a condition of entry to the Barbican and LSO St Luke's, and during performances, unless exempt or under 12. We encourage all audience members to take a rapid lateral flow test before attending and to stay at home if you (or someone you're in contact with) have tested positive or are experiencing Covid-19 symptoms.
You can book with confidence, with ticket exchanges available up to 48 hours before every concert.