London Symphony Orchestra begin their Barbican Season Concerts in October

1 & 4 October 2009, 7.30pm,
Barbican Centre
MOZART Symphony No 34
MOZART Piano Concerto No 20
NIELSEN Symphony No 5
Sir Colin Davis conductor Radu Lupu piano
4 October supported by LSO Friends


October 2009, 7.30pm,
Barbican Centre
BEETHOVEN Violin Concerto
SIBELIUS Symphony No 5
Sir Colin Davis conductor Arabella Steinbacher violin
Guildhall Artists at the Barbican, 6pm, Barbican Hall Guildhall students perform Beethoven Septet. Free admission.

13 October 2009, 7.30pm,
Barbican Centre
SCHUBERT Symphony No 8 (‘Unfinished’)
MAHLER Das Lied von der Erde
Bernard Haitink conductor Christianne Stotijn mezzo-soprano Robert Gambill tenor

13 October Takeda Global Concert Guildhall Artists at the Barbican, 6pm,
11 October, Barbican Hall Guildhall students perform Schubert songs.
Free admission.

October 2009, 7.30pm,
Barbican Centre
SCHUBERT Symphony No 5
MAHLER Symphony No 4
Bernard Haitink conductor Christiane Schaefer soprano
There is a free pre-concert chamber music performance by musicians from the Guildhall School, beginning at 6pm in Barbican Hall.

Guildhall Artists at the Barbican, 6pm, Barbican Hall Guildhall students perform Schubert String Quartet in D minor ‘Der Tod und das Mädchen D531. Free admission.

October 2009, 7.30pm,
Barbican Hall
LSO On Track & LSO St Luke’s Fusion Orchestra Concert
Kristjan Järvi, one of the world’s most exciting young conducting young talents, teams up with LSO On Track musicians from East London, and soloists from the London Symphony Orchestra, to perform James MacMillan’s Into The Ferment.
In the first half, composer Nitin Sawhney joins the LSO St Luke’s Fusion Orchestra.
Tickets £6 (£4 concessions) from Barbican Box Office.

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