Streamed Concerts & Broadcasts

As we return to performing concerts to live audiences with the easing of lockdown, we will be continuing to release our concerts online.

We will also be posting a movement or work from each concert on our YouTube channel on Sundays.
YouTube Sundays schedule schedule

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You can see all our broadcasts in chronological order on our Event Calendar.

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LSO YouTube Channel

These concerts are available to watch for free on our YouTube channel.

Available on demand

Orchestral Concerts

Family Concert: Leon and the Place Between 

Suitable for families with ages 5 to 12, delve into the book Leon and the Place Between, and explore how composers tell a story using the instruments of the orchestra.

Jonathan Bloxham conductor
Abigail Kelly soprano
Paul Rissmann presenter and narrator
London Symphony Orchestra

Angie Newman BSL Interpretation

Leon and the Place Between:
Angela McAllister author
Grahame Baker-Smith illustrator
Victor Craven creative director and animation

Watch on YouTube

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Premiered Sunday 30 May. Available until 30 August 2021

 

Grieg Prelude from 'Holberg Suite'
Puccini Crisantemi
Herrmann Psycho – A Narrative for String Orchestra
Barber Adagio for Strings
Vaughan Williams Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis

Sir Simon Rattle conductor
London Symphony Orchestra

In this special concert the London Symphony Orchestra string players will reunite with over 30 freelance musicians (or ‘extras’), conducted by Music Director Sir Simon Rattle. This concert marks the first time a large number of extras have been engaged in a full-scale symphony concert with the LSO since March 2020.

Watch on YouTube

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Premiered Sunday 6 June. Available until 6 September 2021

 

Britten The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra
Fauré Pelléas et Mélisande – Suite
Dvořák Slavonic Dances, Op 46

Sir Simon Rattle conductor
London Symphony Orchestra

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Premiered Sunday 4 July. Available until 4 October 2021

 

Saturday 17 July 7pm
LSO Soundhub Showcase

Alex Groves Curved Form (No. 23) (world premiere)
Bethan Morgan-Williams Traces of a Disco
Lillie Harris Elsewhen
Clare Elton Under the shadow (world premiere)
Robin Haigh Nasubi (world premiere with live audience)
Ruaidhrí Mannion new work (world premiere)

Darren Bloom conductor
Richard Blayden violin
Hatty Haynes violin
Darragh Morgan violin
Colin Alexander cello
Louise McMonagle cello
Leo Melvin cello
Tom Goodman double bass
Clare Findlater flute
Heather Roche clarinet
Gideon Brooks trumpet
Benny Vernon trombone
Laura Bradford percussion
Jake Brown percussion
Ben Gittos video designer

Watch on YouTube

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Sunday 15 August 6.30pm BST
BMW Classics live from Trafalgar Square

Dvořák Slavonic Dances Op 46, Nos 1 & 3
Saint-Saëns Introduction and Rondo capriccioso
Ayanna Witter-Johnson DreamCity *
Tchaikovsky The Nutcracker – Ballet: Act II

Sir Simon Rattle conductor
Leia Zhu violin
London Symphony Orchestra
LSO East London Academy Young Musicians *

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Friday Lunchtime Concerts

Our informal Friday Lunchtime Concerts, featuring LSO musicians and artists from the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, are streamed live and for free and then available on demand for 90 days.

Mozart Divertimento No 4
Paquito D'Rivera Habanera
Mozart Divertimento on 'Don Giovanni'

Chris Richards clarinet
Chi-Yu Mo clarinet
Katy Ayling bass clarinet
Rachel Leach presenter

Watch on YouTube

Streamed Friday 23 April.

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Relaxed concert

Mozart String Quartet No 17 K458 ‘The Hunt‘ (First Movement)
Lucy Hale Four Folk Songs
Puccini Crisantemi
Prokofiev String Quartet No 2 (Third Movement)

Julián Gil Rodríguez violin
Maxine Kwok violin
Sofia Silva Sousa viola
Daniel Gardner cello
Rachel Leach presenter

Watch on YouTube

Streamed Friday 11 June.

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Friday Lunchtime Concert: Soundhub

Darren Bloom Rising* (world premiere with live audience)

Jasmin Kent Rodgman The Spell and the Promise* (world premiere with live audience)

Electra Perivolaris Glen Sannox River Song (world premiere)
Ben Gaunt new work (world premiere)

Carlos Simon stir crazy (UK premiere)

Gareth Davies flute
Fenella Humphreys violin
Rachel Leach presenter

Watch on YouTube

Streamed Friday 16 July

 

 

 



Marquee TV

We partnered with Marquee TV to stream our orchestral concerts while we were not able to perform to a live audience in Spring 2021. Each concert, recorded at LSO St Luke's, is available to watch on demand via a subscription.

Available on demand

Berg Violin Concerto
Schubert Symphony No 9, 'The Great'

Sir Simon Rattle conductor
Leonidas Kavakos violin
London Symphony Orchestra

Watch on Marquee TV

First shown Thursday 21 January

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Ginastera Variaciones concertantes Op 23
Gerhard
Dances from Don Quixote
Dvorák
American Suite Op 98b

Sir Simon Rattle conductor
London Symphony Orchestra

Watch on Marquee TV

First shown Thursday 4 February

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Bacewicz Music for strings, trumpet & percussion
Strauss Oboe Concerto
Schreker Chamber Symphony

Duncan Ward conductor
Juliana Koch oboe
London Symphony Orchestra

Watch on Marquee TV

First shown Thursday 25 February

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Bartók Dance Suite
Ligeti Romanian Concerto
Haydn Symphony No 104, ‘London’

Sir John Eliot Gardiner conductor
London Symphony Orchestra

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First shown Thursday 4 March 7pm

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Bennett Partita for Orchestra
Ravel Valses Nobles et Sentimentales
Gershwin arr Bennett Porgy and Bess – A Symphonic Picture

John Wilson conductor
London Symphony Orchestra

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First shown Thursday 8 April

 

Mark Simpson Violin Concerto (world premiere)
Tchaikovsky Symphony No 6, 'Pathetique'

Gianandrea Noseda conductor
Nicola Benedetti violin
London Symphony Orchestra

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First shown Thursday 29 April

Strauss Duett-Concertino for Clarinet and Bassoon
Liszt Symphonic Poem No 4, 'Orpheus'
Rota Symphony No 3

Gianandrea Noseda conductor
Chris Richards clarinet
Rachel Gough bassoon
London Symphony Orchestra

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First shown Thursday 6 May

 

'The Individual Heart': A loving portrait of Percy Aldridge Grainger

Lee Reynolds conductor
Roger Allam narrator
Gerard McBurney creative director
Amelia Kosminsky visual artist
London Symphony Orchestra

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First shown Thursday 13 May

Strauss Le bourgeois gentilhomme – Suite
Wagner arr Stokowski Love Music from 'Tristan and Isolde' (Act II & III)

Sir Simon Rattle conductor
London Symphony Orchestra

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First shown Thursday 27 May

 

 


Medici TV

Medici TV live stream a selection of our events to subscribers. These are also available to watch on demand for 90 days.

On demand

Copland Our Town
Shostakovich Piano Concerto No 2
Tchaikovsky Symphony No 2

Michael Tilson Thomas conductor
Yuja Wang piano
London Symphony Orchestra

Watch on medici.tv

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Available until 2 September 2021

 

Barber Knoxville: Summer of 1915
Harrison Song of Quetzalcoatl
Varèse Offrandes
Ravel Ma mère l'Oye – ballet

Sir Simon Rattle conductor
Barbara Hannigan soprano
London Symphony Orchestra

Watch on medici.tv

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Streamed live on Sunday 21 March.

 


Generously supported by the Weston Culture Fund

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How to watch for free on Marquee TV

Our concerts on Marquee TV are free to watch for seven days. You need to register first, but you do not need to subscribe. Read our instructions:
> Register on Marquee TV (PDF)

Programme notes

Our programme notes are available to read digitally for free, and will be available for the whole season.
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How we are keeping people safe

All our recording activity at LSO St Luke's takes place in COVID-secure conditions.
> Find out about our preventitive measures

Concerts at the Barbican

Following the government’s announcement of its roadmap to the easing of lockdown restrictions, the Barbican and LSO St Luke's hope to open their doors to the public again on 17 May. We are delighted to announce details of the LSO’s performances in May and June 2021.
> Concerts in May & June