Wednesday 1 May 2024:
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Wednesday 1 May 2024

Wed 1 May 2024, 19:30 - Cadogan Hall, London
Czech accent and Domingo Hindoyan, a conductor who is making waves, will bring out all the nostalgia

Thursday 16 May 2024:
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Thursday 16 May 2024

Thu 16 May 2024, 19:30 - Cadogan Hall, London
Rossini, Saint-Säens and Sibelius at his sunniest: timeless melodies loved the world over.
Sibelius thought of his Second Symphony as a great river flowing to the sea, others have heard a musical portrait of a nation waking to freedom. From pastoral beginnings to a soul-stirring finish, it is music of elemental power, spring-like freshness and truly epic grandeur.
Our Finnish guest conduct

Thursday 23 May 2024:
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Thursday 23 May 2024

Thu 23 May 2024, 19:30 - Cadogan Hall, London
Pianist Louis Lortie stars in a concert of Ravel and Poulenc - music with a certain "je ne sais quoi" .
Naughty, but very nice. They do things differently in France, where elegance and seduction dance a delicate valse , and enjoyment is a serious business. So when Ravel opens a book of children’s fairy tales, you know to expect something a bit more sumptuous - and a lot more magical - than jus

Wednesday 12 June 2024:
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Wednesday 12 June 2024

Wed 12 Jun 2024, 19:30 - Cadogan Hall, London
Hearing is believing in Ravel’s Concerto for the Left Hand and Tchaikovsky’s explosive Fourth Symphony.
When the pianist Paul Wittgenstein lost his right hand in the First World War, he asked Ravel to write him something he could play with his left hand alone. The result is a masterpiece that glitters like a rare diamond. Played tonight by one of its most brilliant living champions, Nicholas M

Wednesday 26 June 2024:
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Wednesday 26 June 2024

Wed 26 Jun 2024, 19:30 - Cadogan Hall, London
The overture to Nielsen’s joyful and exuberant opera Maskarade is the perfect start to our celebrations, filled as it is with all the fun and drama of a masked ball. Despite being considered the "national opera" of Denmark and acknowledged by Denmark’s Ministry of Culture in 2006 as one of the nation’s 12 greatest musical works, the piece is rarely performed outside of the composer’s home country.

Thursday 27 June 2024:
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Thursday 27 June 2024

Thu 27 Jun 2024, 19:30 - Cadogan Hall, London
Literary Chelsea - A Celebration through Words and Music.
'Few would venture to Chelsea, unarmed and unattended,’ wrote Charles Dickens in his 1841 novel Barnaby Rudge . It was certainly a different time, but the bohemian feel and reasonable rents (because of the prevalence of highwaymen) attracted huge numbers of writers and musicians to Chelsea.
Tonight, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Saturday 29 June 2024:
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Saturday 29 June 2024

Sat 29 Jun 2024, 19:30 - Cadogan Hall, London
GRAMMY-award winning conductor Christian M?celaru takes to the Cadogan Hall stage to conduct South Korean violin sensation Bomsori Kim. Kim, who 'wowed’ the Proms audience in 2023 ( The Times ), plays Mendelssohn’s exquisite Violin Concerto in a rare London appearance. Full of ravishing, flowing melodies, it is easy to see why this piece is a favourite of audiences across the world.
As a precu






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