Welcome to Southbank Centre’s 2011/12 classical music season packed with
musical greats, firsts and concerts from our four world-class Resident Orchestras. Visit our online guide to take you through our packed programme!
We kicked off the season in full swing with a sold out performance from Apartment House of John Cage Night as part of International Chamber Music Season. Read Guardian review
Southbank Centre Resident Orchestras London Philharmonic Orchestra and Philharmonia Orchestra have launched their seasons with principal conductors Vladimir Jurowski and Esa-Pekka Salonen and Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment launch their season this evening with a concert featuring Robert Levin and Charles Hazelwood followed by their late-night series, The Night Shift at 10pm.
This weekend Southbank Centre celebrates the music of Pierre Boulez featuring Resident Orchestra London Sinfonietta, Royal Academy of Music, almost all of Boulez’s works performed by pianists Aimard and Stefanovich, culminating in the launch of Shell Classic International, bringing great orchestras from around the world to Royal Festival Hall on Sunday with Ensemble intercontemporain, soprano Barbara Hannigan and Boulez himself performing Pli selon pli.
Explore the programme and pick out your favourites with our online guide.
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