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Events Calendar

Fri 13 Oct 2017 1.00pm
BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert
Our autumn series of Lunchtime Concerts is dedicated to Shostakovich's chamber works, complementing Gianandrea Noseda's symphony cycle with the LSO.

Sat 14 Oct 2017 9.30am
This Is Rattle Barbican Library Exhibition
A free exhibition of photos and memorabilia covering Sir Simon Rattle’s musical life to date.

Sat 14 Oct 2017 10.00am
This Is Rattle Foyer Installation
A new cross arts multimedia installation by artist Jonathan Munro and musician Anna Meredith, plus over 100 participants from East London, exploring Edward Elgar’s Enigma Variations.

Sat 14 Oct 2017 10.00am
This Is Rattle Foyer Installation
Less than Thirteen is a large-scale projected artwork, situated in the heart of the Barbican’s foyers, which interprets the movement of Sir Simon Rattle conducting.

Sun 15 Oct 2017 10.00am
This Is Rattle Foyer Installation
A new cross arts multimedia installation by artist Jonathan Munro and musician Anna Meredith, plus over 100 participants from East London, exploring Edward Elgar’s Enigma Variations.

Sun 15 Oct 2017 10.00am
This Is Rattle Foyer Installation
Less than Thirteen is a large-scale projected artwork, situated in the heart of the Barbican’s foyers, which interprets the movement of Sir Simon Rattle conducting.

Sun 15 Oct 2017 7.00pm
Bernard Haitink & Veronika Eberle
The LSO crosses centuries of music in one night, with two great Romantics and a piece that reaches to the past but belongs firmly in the 21st century.

Mon 16 Oct 2017 9.30am
This Is Rattle Barbican Library Exhibition
A free exhibition of photos and memorabilia covering Sir Simon Rattle’s musical life to date.

Mon 16 Oct 2017 10.00am
This Is Rattle Foyer Installation
A new cross arts multimedia installation by artist Jonathan Munro and musician Anna Meredith, plus over 100 participants from East London, exploring Edward Elgar’s Enigma Variations.

Mon 16 Oct 2017 10.00am
This Is Rattle Foyer Installation
Less than Thirteen is a large-scale projected artwork, situated in the heart of the Barbican’s foyers, which interprets the movement of Sir Simon Rattle conducting.

Tue 17 Oct 2017 9.30am
This Is Rattle Barbican Library Exhibition
A free exhibition of photos and memorabilia covering Sir Simon Rattle’s musical life to date.

Tue 17 Oct 2017 10.00am
This Is Rattle Foyer Installation
A new cross arts multimedia installation by artist Jonathan Munro and musician Anna Meredith, plus over 100 participants from East London, exploring Edward Elgar’s Enigma Variations.

Tue 17 Oct 2017 10.00am
This Is Rattle Foyer Installation
Less than Thirteen is a large-scale projected artwork, situated in the heart of the Barbican’s foyers, which interprets the movement of Sir Simon Rattle conducting.

Wed 18 Oct 2017 9.30am
This Is Rattle Barbican Library Exhibition
A free exhibition of photos and memorabilia covering Sir Simon Rattle’s musical life to date.

Wed 18 Oct 2017 10.00am
This Is Rattle Foyer Installation
A new cross arts multimedia installation by artist Jonathan Munro and musician Anna Meredith, plus over 100 participants from East London, exploring Edward Elgar’s Enigma Variations.

Wed 18 Oct 2017 10.00am
This Is Rattle Foyer Installation
Less than Thirteen is a large-scale projected artwork, situated in the heart of the Barbican’s foyers, which interprets the movement of Sir Simon Rattle conducting.

Thu 19 Oct 2017 9.30am
This Is Rattle Barbican Library Exhibition
A free exhibition of photos and memorabilia covering Sir Simon Rattle’s musical life to date.

Thu 19 Oct 2017 10.00am
This Is Rattle Foyer Installation
A new cross arts multimedia installation by artist Jonathan Munro and musician Anna Meredith, plus over 100 participants from East London, exploring Edward Elgar’s Enigma Variations.

Thu 19 Oct 2017 10.00am
This Is Rattle Foyer Installation
Less than Thirteen is a large-scale projected artwork, situated in the heart of the Barbican’s foyers, which interprets the movement of Sir Simon Rattle conducting.

Thu 19 Oct 2017 7.30pm
Bernard Haitink & Veronika Eberle
The LSO crosses centuries of music in one night, with two great Romantics and a piece that reaches to the past but belongs firmly in the 21st century.