meanwhile over in Greenwich

Trinity Laban’s spring season of orchestral concerts sees the Trinity Laban Symphony Orchestra perform masterpieces of the orchestral repertoire, including Beethoven’s Symphony No 5, Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No 6, Stravinky’s Petrushka and Bartók’s Music for Strings, Percussion and Celeste and Concerto for Orchestra.

Experience the exhilarating power of a full live orchestra at bargain prices this spring.

Special offer:
Buy tickets for 3 or more concerts, get a 15% discount

Symphony Orchestra, Side by Side
Fri 9 Jan, 18.00h | Admission free but ticketed
Trinity Laban students play alongside members of the teaching staff, all professional orchestral musicians, in a performance of Stravinsky’s Petrushka, conducted by Jonathan Tilbrook.

Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Martin André
Fri 23 Jan, 19.30h | £12 (£7)
Internationally renowned conductor Martin André leads the Trinity Laban Symphony Orchestra in a programme that unwraps and explores the wonderful soundworld of the orchestra, featuring works by Berlioz and Bartók.

Sinfonia, Wind and Strings
Thu 29 Jan, 19.30h | £5
A concert of two halves, featuring works for both String Orchestra and Wind Orchestra, conducted by Andrew Dunn and Andy Sherwood.

Symphony Orchestra, Side by Side
Tue 3 Feb, 18.00h | Admission free but ticketed
Trinity Laban students play alongside members of the teaching staff, all professional orchestral musicians, in a performance of Beethoven’s Symphony No 5, conducted by Jonathan Tilbrook.

Symphony Orchestra, Side by Side
Fri 27 Feb, 18.00h | Admission free but ticketed
Trinity Laban students play alongside members of the teaching staff, all professional orchestral musicians, in a performance of Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No 6 (Pathétique), conducted by Jonathan Tilbrook.

Wind Orchestra
Thu 5 Mar, 19.30h | Admission free but ticketed
Duncan Stubbs, Principal Director of Music RAF Music Services and Wing Commander for the Central Band of the Royal Air Force, visits to conduct the Trinity Laban Wind Orchestra in a wonderful programme. Also featuring trumpet and euphonium soloists from the band of the Royal Air Force.

Concert Orchestra
Tue 10 Mar, 19.30h | £5
Conductor Jonathan Tilbrook leads a programme exploring Eastern European music, including Novák’s most successful work In der Tatra, Shostakovich’s Piano Concerto No 2 and Dvořák’s Symphony No 8.

String Ensemble
Fri 27 Mar, 19.30h | £5
Head of Strings Nic Pendlebury conducts Tchaikovsky’s Serenade in C major, Op 48, Finzi’s Five Bagatelles (arr. for clarinet and string orchestra) and Janáček’s Quartet No 1 ‘The Kreutzer Sonata’.

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