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Carmina Burana

Cancelled

Philharmonia cellos rehearsing

Artists

Hilary Davan Wetton – conductor

Chloe Hanslip – violin
Fflur Wyn – soprano
Oliver Johnston – tenor
Morgan Pearse – baritone
The London Chorus
New London Children’s Choir

Programme

Rossini Overture, William Tell

Bruch Violin Concerto No. 1

— Interval —

Orff Carmina Burana

The monumental harmony of 200 voices combine with the full force of the Philharmonia Orchestra to perform Carl Orff’s unforgettable masterwork.

This concert is presented by Raymond Gubbay.

Need to know

Prices & Discounts

£16.50 – £56

Running time

2 hours 10 minutes, including 20-minute interval

Recommended age

From 7+

 

 

Box office

Southbank Centre Box Office: 020 3879 9555

Promoter

This concert is presented by Raymond Gubbay

Venue

Royal Festival Hall

Royal Festival Hall

Southbank Centre
Belvedere Road
London
SE1 8XX

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Photo of the Bach Choir
Concert

The Bach Choir: Viva Verdi!

David Hill – conductor
Giselle Allen – soprano
Pene Patti – tenor
The Bach Choir

VERDI Opera arias and choruses

Royal Festival Hall

Ralph Fiennes in The English Patient
Live screening

The English Patient Live

Ludwig Wicki – conductor
Eleanor Grant – soprano

  • Yared The English Patient
Royal Festival Hall

Esa-Pekka Salonen, credit Camilla Greenwell
Friends event

Mahler: Song of Lamentation Open Rehearsal

Friends can join this open rehearsal of Mahler: Song of Lamentation. We recommend you purchase tickets in advance online, or by contacting the Friends Team

Royal Festival Hall

Photo of a member of the Philharmonia MMSF Instrumental Fellowship Programme
Small-ensemble performance

Philharmonia MMSF Young Artists Recital

Members of the Philharmonia’s MMSF Instrumental Fellowship Programme

Programme to include:
Works for chamber ensemble

Royal Festival Hall

Cancelled
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