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Gergely Madaras will be conducting the BBC Symphony Orchestra and BBC Singers at Barbican Hall, with the soprano Allison Bell, tenor Anthony Gregory and baritone Marcus Farnsworth.
They will be performing some classical music by Vaughan Williams, Ravel, Ross Harris and John Adams.
Ravel -- Le Tombeau de Couperin
Adams -- The Wound-Dresser; Vaughan Williams -- Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis; Harris -- Face
The BBC Symphony Orchestra works closely with the BBC and is the principal orchestra during their world-famous Proms Concerts season at the Royal Albert Hall. They also play regular concerts at the Barbican.
They Might Be Giants — Barbican Hall – 3 Oct 2018 – They Might Be Giants are back on tour with a brand-new album, and playing one night at Barbican Hall in October.
BBC Symphony Orchestra — playing Beethoven – 5 Oct 2018 – Cristian Macelaru and the BBC Symphony Orchestra will be performing some works by Beethoven and Mason Bates at Barbican Hall.
Smetana’s Ma Vlast — London Symphony Orchestra – 14 Oct 2018 – Nikolaj Znaider and the London Symphony Orchestra will be performing Smetana's 'Ma Vlast' at Barbican Hall.
Stravinsky, De Falla and Lalo — Barbican Hall – 21 Oct 2018 – The London Symphony Orchestra will be performing some classical music by Stravinsky, De Falla and Lalo at Barbican Hall.
Guided tour of the Royal Albert Hall – Every day – This guided tour of the Royal Albert Hall will take you inside one of the balcony boxes for a fantastic view of the auditorium.
Sunday organ recitals at St Paul’s Cathedral – Every Sun (apart from the last Sun of the month) – Every Sunday St Paul's Cathedral invites one of the world's finest organists to play on the Grand Organ for half-an-hour.
If you enjoy Barbican Hall then you might like to visit Cadogan Hall (catch the train from Barbican to Cadogan Hall), London Coliseum (catch the train from Barbican to London Coliseum), Royal Albert Hall (catch the train from Barbican to Royal Albert Hall), Royal Festival Hall (walk it in 28 mins or catch the tube from Barbican to Royal Festival Hall) and Royal Opera House (walk it in 26 mins or catch the tube from Barbican to Royal Opera House)
Disclaimer: Event details can change at short notice and you should reconfirm everything before making plans