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London Chamber Orchestra


Concerto for lute in D major, RV.93
Abdelazer Suite
Concerto in E minor for flute and recorder
David Gordon
Inspired by Bach
Brandenburg Concerto No.5


David Gordon Trio
Charlotte Barbour-Condini
Christopher Warren-Green

Directed by the LCO Principal Conductor Christopher Warren-Green, the London Chamber Orchestra is joined by the David Gordon Trio and BBC Young Musician 2012 finalist Charlotte Barbour-Condini. Charlotte performs works by Vivaldi and Telemann with LCO flautist Karen Jones.

David Gordon is a genre-hopping artist, revered both as a jazz pianist with his trio and as a harpsichordist in concert halls internationally. David and LCO perform Brandenburg Concerto No.5, which forms the inspiration for his new piece for jazz trio and LCO, Inspired by Bach.

We regret that Rosemary Furniss is unable to direct the performance as previously advertised due to a hand injury.

Part of London Chamber Orchestra

London Chamber Orchestra

The LCO explores the links between Baroque repertoire - Bach's Brandenburg Concertos 3 & 4 - and Stravinsky's neo-classical Pulcinella Suite and Shostakovich's First Cello Concerto.

London Chamber Orchestra

Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No.1 alongside Mozart's Mass in C minor, conducted by Christopher Warren-Green.

London Chamber Orchestra

Stravinsky's Dumbarton Oaks and Mozart's Clarinet Concerto, with soloist Mark van de Wiel, and Symphony No.39.

London Chamber Orchestra

An all-Beethoven programme including the Fifth Piano Concerto (Emperor) and Third Symphony (Eroica). With soloist Riyad Nicolas.

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£28, £22, £15
Children 16 and under: free (limited availability)
ENCORE Members: 10% off all tickets

Please note, due to stage extension the front row of seating in the centre Stalls is Row A.

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