2023/24 London Season

This season our Principal Conductor Santtu conducts some thrilling repertoire, from Duke Ellington and Wynton Marsalis to Mahler, Strauss and Elgar.

Violinist Nicola Benedetti and soprano Julia Bullock are the Philharmonia’s Featured Artists for 2023/24. In February, Julia Bullock sings Berlioz and Mahler. She brings her project History’s Persistent Voice to London, shining a light on the work of Black women artists. Nicola Benedetti joins us for Bruch’s Scottish Fantasy in March.

Dame Mitsuko Uchida, Bruce Liu, Alice Sara Ott, Alexandre Kantorow and Daniil Trifonov all join us at the piano this season. And we welcome some fantastic string soloists including cellists Steven Isserlis and Sol Gabetta, and violinists Vadim Gluzman and Isabelle Faust.

Multibuy offer:

Book 3 – 5 concerts and get 10% off
Book 6 – 8 concerts and get 15% off
Book 9 – 10 concerts and get 20% off
Book 11 or more concerts and get 30% off

We’ve just unveiled the first half of our 2023/24 London season. Discover our new September – January concerts here.

The Royal Festival Hall is having a refresh from Tuesday 20 February, with improvements to the Level 2 foyers including a brand new cafe, bar, shop and ticket office.

Alternative facilities are available in the Queen Elizabeth Hall throughout the refurbishment, including a ticket office, cafe and bar, open from 10am. On concert days, there will be a temporary ticket desk on Level 1 at the Royal Festival Hall, open from two hours before the concert starts, and a cloakroom on Level 4 Blue Side. The Level 4 and Level 5 bars will offer drinks and snacks from one hour before the concert starts.

Performances in the Royal Festival Hall auditorium won’t be affected by the works, but the ticket office, cafe, bar, shop and seating areas on Level 2 are unavailable. Further information can be found on Southbank Centre’s website here, and members of staff will be on hand to help with any queries during your visit.