Put yourself at the heart of the action for just £10.


Put yourself at the heart of the action for just £10.

Sit ringside at Royal Festival Hall for just a tenner, and experience the thrill of a live symphony orchestra – the Philharmonia – in full flow.

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And for fun we’ll keep your exact seats a secret until the day: you could be in the front row, in the choir stalls right behind the trumpets – or even in a box.

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  • Concerts on Thursdays or Sundays

Sunday 9 Feb 2020, 3pmRoyal Festival Hall, London

Santtu-Matias Rouvali conductor

Behzod Abduraimov piano

Borodin Overture, Prince Igor

Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 2

Prokofiev Symphony No. 5

Ready for an emotional roller-coaster ride? Take Rachmaninov’s heart-wrenching Piano Concerto No. 2, probably the most popular piano concerto in history, pair it with Prokofiev’s Fifth symphony, a powerful hymn to freedom composed during the Second World War, and fasten your seatbelt.


Thursday 13 Feb 2020, 7.30pmRoyal Festival Hall, London

Lahav Shani conductor

Kirill Gerstein piano

Prokofiev Overture, War and Peace

Rachmaninov Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini

Prokofiev Romeo and Juliet (excerpts)

Which bit of this concert will you be humming on the way home? The gorgeous melody of Rachmaninov’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini (the really lush part is Variation 18, if you want to add it to your playlist right now)? Or the threatening march of the Montagues and the Capulets from Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet?


Sunday 23 Feb 2020, 7.30pmRoyal Festival Hall, London

Michael Sanderling conductor

Emmanuel Tjeknavorian violin

Sibelius Violin Concerto

Brahms Symphony No. 4

Sibelius’s violin concerto is a pinnacle in the repertoire of any violinist. Hauntingly beautiful melodies – check. Devilishly difficult passages – check. Ethereal high notes – check. Come and hear it in the hands of exceptional young violinist Emmanuel Tjeknavorian. Then let yourself be swept up in the emotion and grandeur of Brahms’s Fourth Symphony.


Thursday 27 Feb 2020, 7.30pmRoyal Festival Hall, London

John Wilson conductor

Leonidas Kavakos violin

Barber First Essay

Korngold Violin Concerto

Elgar Symphony No. 3

Edward Elgar, quintessential English composer, rubs shoulders with two American greats: Samuel Barber (ever wondered what else he wrote apart from the Adagio for Strings?) and Erich Korngold. An Oscar-winning film composer in the 1930s and 40s, Korngold worked his favourite melodies from his films into a ravishing Violin Concerto.


Thursday 5 Mar 2020, 7.30pmRoyal Festival Hall, London

Sir George Benjamin conductor

Pierre-Laurent Aimard piano

James Hall countertenor

Philharmonia Voices (Ladies) choir

Oliver Knussen Choral

Messiaen Le merle bleu from Catalogue d'oiseaux for solo piano

Benjamin Duet for piano and orchestra

Benjamin Dream of the Song

Janáček Sinfonietta

25 brass players raise the roof in Janáček’s thrilling Sinfonietta. But first it’s time for something much more recent. George Benjamin conducts his own Dream of the Song, vivid settings of Andalusian poetry, alongside music by his teacher Olivier Messiaen and his friend Oliver Knussen.