Spring 2021 Cancellations

Due to Covid-19, it has been necessary to make changes to our Spring events. Unfortunately the LSO concerts and LSO St Luke's events between 7 January and 28 February are no longer able to take place.

> Please visit the Spring 2021 season page for full details of events in March that are currently planned to be going ahead
> Streaming and broadcast schedule

Information for Ticket Holders 

Ticket holders will be contacted regarding their bookings. A large number of events have been cancelled or postponed, so we ask that you bear with us as the Box Office processes each booking. If you have any questions please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Spring 2021: Cancelled Concerts

Updated Thursday 7 January

Barbican Centre:

January 2021
> Thu 7 Jan: Sir Simon Rattle/Leonidas Kavakos
> Sun 10 Jan: Sir Simon Rattle/The Dream of Gerontius 
> Tue 12 Jan: Sir Simon Rattle/The Dream of Gerontius
> Thu 14 Jan: Sir Simon Rattle/Mitsuko Uchida
> Thu 21 Jan: John Wilson
> Wed 27 Jan: Half Six Fix/Rachmaninoff Symphonic Dances
> Thu 28 Jan: Marin Alsop/Eric Lu
> Sun 31 Jan: Elim Chan/Ravel, Saint-Saëns & Rimsky-Korsakov

February 2021
> Thu 11 Feb: Duncan Ward/Juliana Koch
> Wed 17 Feb: Half Six Fix/Varèse & Bartók
> Thu 18 Feb: François-Xavier Roth
> Thu 18 Feb: François-Xavier Roth/Varèse, Bartók & Strauss

March 2021
> Wed 17 Mar: Half Six Fix/Rachmaninoff Third Symphony 

Family Concert
> Sun 31 Jan
> Sun 14 Mar

Special Concerts 
> Mon 4 Jan: National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain

LSO St Luke's:

Musical Storytelling for Under-5s
> Sat 7 Mar

Singing Days
> Sun 21 Mar

Discovery Days
> Sun 28 Feb

Free Friday Lunchtime Concerts
> Fri 8 Jan
The following events will be streamed live online only
> Fri 12 Feb
> Fri 19 Feb
> Fri 26 Feb

BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concerts
These events will be recorded for broadcast behind closed doors
> Fri 15 Jan
> Fri 22 Jan
> Fri 29 Jan
> Fri 5 Feb

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Concerts at the Barbican

As of 5 January 2021, the Barbican Centre is closed while England is in national lockdown. We hope to resume concerts at the Barbican with audiences as soon as we are able. Please visit this page for the schedule as it stands.