London classical music 2017: the best orchestras and soloists, live
The capital is a magnet for the world's finest artists, performing compositions from Bach to Berio. Here is our pick of must-hears
Nigel Kennedy, Lang Lang and the trumpeter Alison Balsom top the bill at the Royal Albert Hall's festival of classical music which also features yoga to music and some unusual spaces.Read more ...
The Accademia di Santa Cecilia's journey from Rome to London in May is a big event that has a distinctively glamorous and Italian air enhanced by the solo piano playing of Yuja Wang.Read more ...
The prestigious New York Philharmonic plays Bartok, Mahler, Berlioz, Beethoven, John Adams ... in short, their range is limitless, as this stellar concert series will demonstrate.Read more ...
The colossal Turangalîla Symphony by Messian is in 10 movements, and calls for, on top of a gigantic symphony orchestra, two soloists. Performances are rare, so catch this.Read more ...
The Russian mezzo-soprano Ekaterina Semenchuk in one of the most exciting singers on the operatic and concert stage today, and a recital in London by this star of the Mariinsky Theatre will be a special occasion.Read more ...
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