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Schubert, Bernstein and Stravinsky

Andrés Orozco-Estrada conducts this March

Stravinsky meets the Classics

Wednesday 21 March

Royal Festival Hall

Hear the music of Stravinsky's great influences from the classical era including Schubert's Symphony No. 3. Plus piano music from Stravinsky and Weber. 

Symphony of Psalms

Saturday 24 March

Royal Festival Hall

Patricia Kopatchinskaja performs Stravinsky's 'unplayable' Violin Concerto in a programme with the London Philharmonic Choir performing Stravinsky's Symphony of Psalms and Bernstein's Chichester Psalms.

Kopatchinskaja and Adès on Stravinsky

Watch our latest Changing Faces: Stravinsky's Journey trailer now.

Stravinsky's Violin Concerto

Hear Patricia Kopatchinskaja explain the unique appeal of Stravinsky's Violin Concerto.

News from Education & Community

The Studio

If you've been inspired by Stravinsky's many cross-art collaborations, then come on over to The Studio! The Studio is our new platform hosting ideas and advice about how to compose for film, dance and theatre.

LPO Junior Artists Open Event

Applications for our 2018-19 LPO Junior Artists programme will be opening in April. 

If you’re a young musician from an under-represented background and interested in applying to be a Junior Artist, join us on Friday 27 April at a special event to find out more and hear the current Junior Artists perform live. Students, parents and teachers are all welcome!

Places are limited and offered on a first come first served basis - if you would like to attend please email us on

On elsewhere ...

PLAY! Charles Hazlewood with Army of Generals and The British Paraorchestra

Sunday 18 March | Barbican Centre

Dust off your SNESs, N64s and boot up your PlayStations as Charles Hazlewood takes us on a musical adventure into some of the gaming world’s most memorable soundtracks alongside the orchestral works that paved the way. 

On elsewhere ...

The Moderate Soprano

An English eccentric, three refugees from Hitler,
He admired Germany, they fled the Nazis,
He wanted Wagner, they gave him Mozart,
Together they built a legend: Glyndebourne

David Hare’s new play is the story of an intense love affair and the unrelenting search for artistic excellence in the face of searing scrutiny and sacrifice. Starring Olivier Award winners Roger Allam and Nancy Carroll


020 7840 4242 (Mon - Fri 10am - 5pm) Transaction fees apply 


020 3879 9555 (Daily 9am - 8pm) Transaction fees apply

London Philharmonic Orchestra 
Resident at Southbank Centre and Glyndebourne Festival Opera
89 Albert Embankment, London SE1 7TP 
Tel 020 7840 4200 • Tickets 020 7840 4242