New concerts on sale at Royal Festival Hall


Raymond Gubbay Ltd are pleased to announce that a further ten concerts have gone on sale at the Royal Festival Hall. 

The season commences with Simply Gershwin on the 24 February at 2.30pm  an all-Gershwin extravaganza of song and dance bursting with Broadway glamour and toe-tapping tunes from America's greatest composer. The concert will include performances by Emma Kingston and the acclaimed Rodney Earl Jones.

At 7.30pm on 24 February, celebrate the finest works of one of the world's best-loved composers with Mozart Masterpieces,  where internationally acclaimed soloist Emma Johnson will join the Mozart Festival Orchestra to perform the revered composers sublime Clarinet Concerto in addition to many other pieces including The Marriage of Figaro Overture, Pa-pa-papageno! and Queen of the Night.

On the 16 March, the Philharmonia Orchestra will join forces with the Goldsmiths Choral Union to perform an unmissable all-Beethoven concert culminates with the monumental 'Choral Symphony' and its climactic 'Ode to Joy'. A stellar line of soloists has been assembled, including internationally recognised Claire Rutter, Christine Rice, Peter Auty and James Rutherford.

James Bond is back on the 23  March as Louise Dearman, Oliver Tompsett and the London Concert Orchestra perform The Best of Bond, a thrilling musical tribute celebrating the UK's most famous secret service agent, with all the iconic music and songs from over 50 years including From Russia with Love, Goldfinger, Diamonds are Forever, Live and Let Die, For Your Eyes Only, Nobody Does It Better and Skyfall.

The season continues on Saturday 14 April with Holst’s The Planets –the great composer’s evocative and powerful planetary masterpiece, which will be performed under the baton of conductor Christopher Warren Green.

Superheroes at the Symphony flies into the Royal Festival Hall on 5 May at 2.30pm for a superb afternoon of music celebrating the very best scores from your favourite superhero movies including Batman, Spiderman, Superman and Indiana Jones.

In the evening of 5 March, enjoy Spectacular Classics, a concert with dazzling lasers, special effects and a wonderful selection of your favourite classics crowned by Tchaikovsky's iconic 1812 Overture complete with cannon effects and an indoor firework finale.

On the 21 May, acclaimed tenor will join the Philharmonia Orchestra under the baton of Andrew Greenwood to perform some of his most loved arias from the world’s greatest operas.

Faure's sublime Requiem crowns an evening of uplifiting music on 9 June,  with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra including Bruch's compelling Violin Concerto No. 1 performed by acclaimed virtuoso Daniel Hope.

All concerts will be on sale on this website by 6.00pm on 22 February.