Milton Court Concert Hall

Milton Court Concert Hall
Silk Street, London, EC2Y 8DS
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Academy of Ancient Music – New Worlds: Exile

Exile, elegance and adventure: Laurence Cummings and the Academy of Ancient Music follow Joseph Haydn to 18th-century London, in a concert of thrilling emotional extremes.

Thu 10 Mar

Concert Hall

£15–£35

Academy of Ancient Music – New Worlds: La Turquie

Amid the glitter and pomp of the French court, Lully, Rameau and their contemporaries looked East. Peter Whelan directs the Academy of Ancient Music, as Milton Court becomes the Palace of Versailles.

Thu 19 May

Concert Hall

£15–£35

Academy of Ancient Music - New Worlds: Travelogue

Join the 17th-century British composer Nicholas Lanier on a voyage across Europe: a tale of elegance, innovation and simply ravishing sounds.

Fri 18 Feb

Concert Hall

£15–£35

Aman

Traditional instruments invoke ancient sounds in a contemporary setting: supergroup trio Aman celebrate mysticism, contemporary jazz and subcontinental traditions.

Fri 25 Mar

£15–£25

Aoife O'Donovan

The singer-songwriter from Boston, Massachusetts, best known as the lead singer for the progressive bluegrass band Crooked Still, performs solo indie folk and folk rock songs.

Wed 2 Feb

Concert Hall

£20–£25

BBC Singers/Jeannin: Joby Talbot and Joanna Marsh

Contemplate the endurance and joy of a historic pilgrimage route and experience a brand-new collaboration between Joanna Marsh and electronics artist James Pountney.

Fri 20 May

Concert Hall

£12–£25

BBC Total Immersion: Songs of Comfort

The BBC Singers offer haunting choral music from the Theresienstadt ghetto, with reflective interludes provided by students of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama

Sun 23 Jan

Concert Hall

£15

Britten Sinfonia: City Life

Associate Ensemble Britten Sinfonia pay a unique tribute to the Barbican on its 40th birthday with a commentary on 21st-century urban life with music by Steve Reich, Brett Dean and Dobrinka Tabakova.

Fri 4 Mar

Concert Hall

£10–£20

Britten Sinfonia with Ian Bostridge

Join Ian Bostridge and Britten Sinfonia on a journey around Europe with folk-inspired chamber music from Bartók to Britten, including a new work by Sir James MacMillan.

Thu 17 Mar

Concert Hall

£15–£35

Fri 20 May

Prices to be confirmed

BBC Singers 2021-22.

Circuit des Yeux

Alternative rock and folk originals from Indiana-born vocalist, composer and producer Haley Fohr.

Wed 6 Apr

Concert Hall

£18

Domenico Scarlatti: The Mirror of Human Frailty

Inventive, exuberant, and endlessly entertaining, the keyboard music of Domenico Scarlatti is a treasure-trove of musical possibilities. Explore a genius without limits in this afternoon celebration.

Sun 30 Jan

Concert Hall

£15–£40

Guildhall Jazz Orchestra

Scott Stroman directs Guildhall Jazz Orchestra in a performance of Jim McNeely’s Paul Klee Suite.

Thu 3 Feb

Concert Hall

£15

Guildhall Jazz Orchestra with Nikki Iles

Guildhall Jazz Orchestra are joined by composer, pianist and Guildhall Jazz professor Nikki Iles as guest director for a programme of music featuring Iles' arrangements and compositions for big band.

Tue 29 Mar

Concert Hall

£15

Guildhall String Ensemble

Guildhall School musicians begin the new year in a programme of music composed for strings.

Fri 21 Jan

Concert Hall

£15

Guildhall Studio Orchestra: The Great American Songbook

Malcolm Edmonstone conducts Guildhall Studio Orchestra in a concert celebrating the Great American Songbook.

Wed 23 Mar

Concert Hall

£15

Howard Goodall conducts the BBC Singers

Howard Goodall conducts the BBC Singers in a concert of restorative, radiant choral music separated by a century but united by tragedy.

Sun 13 Feb

Prices to be confirmed

BBC Singers 2021-22.

Concert Hall

£12–£25

Intimate Apparel by Lynn Nottage

‘A rich, vivid portrait of turn-of-the-last-century New York; a soft focus glimpse into the beating hearts behind the archives of African-American life a century ago.’

Fri 4 Feb

Studio

£10

Sat 5 Feb

Studio

£10

Wed 9 Feb

Studio

£10

…and 3 more dates until 15 Feb

Jess Gillam with Zeynep Özsuca and Sam Becker

It’s hard not to be drawn in by Jess Gillam, an outstanding saxophonist with a bubbling personality to match. Come and see for yourself as she does what she loves to do most – make music with friends.

Wed 30 Mar

Concert Hall

£15–£40

Keeley Forsyth

Keeley Forsyth, who has previously made her name as an actor, has announced details of her debut album, Debris (out January 2020).

Fri 11 Mar

£17.50

Lise Davidsen Vocal Masterclass

Lise Davidsen imparts her knowledge and experience to Guildhall School Musicians as she leads a masterclass with the singers of tomorrow.

Tue 31 May

Concert Hall

£10

Luzmila Carpio

Bolivian Singer, author and composer Luzmila Carpio debuts her latest work as part of the Festival of Latin American Women in the Arts (FLAWA).

Thu 5 May

£15

Manu Delago

World renowned handpan player and composer Manu Delago presents his first audiovisual project Environ Me.

Tue 22 Feb

£20

Road by Jim Cartwright

Set in 1980s Britain, Road explores the lives of the inhabitants of an unnamed street in a small Lancashire town.

Mon 7 Feb

Studio

£10

Tue 8 Feb

Studio

£10

Fri 11 Feb

Studio

£10

…and 3 more dates until 17 Feb

Roderick Williams & Andrew West: A Twitcher's Delight

The beloved British baritone performs a programme he charmingly describes as a ‘Twitcher’s Delight’, inspired by the poetic and witty musings of French author Jules Renard.

Tue 8 Mar

Concert Hall

£15–£40

Shards

Explore the astonishing capabilities of the human voice with Shards, a vocal group with a style that combines choral arrangements, synths and percussion.

Fri 6 May

£15

Spring Opera Scenes

Outstanding singers and repetiteurs from the first year of the Guildhall School's Opera course perform classical and contemporary operatic excerpts with piano accompaniment.

Thu 24 Mar

Studio

£10

Fri 25 Mar

Studio

£10

Mon 28 Mar

Studio

£10

Tue 29 Mar

Studio

£10

Tai Murray & Martin Roscoe

Tai Murray brings her elegance and fierce musicality to Romantic sonatas and 21st-century minimalism, crossing genres to create a special bond with the audience alongside pianist Martin Roscoe.

Tue 31 May

Concert Hall

£15–£40

Urinetown, The Musical

A twenty-year drought and chronic water shortage. Public toilets privatised in a government attempt to control water consumption. Urinetown: a tale of greed, corruption and revolution.

Mon 14 Feb

Theatre

£10

Tue 15 Feb

Theatre

£10

Wed 16 Feb

Theatre

£10

…and 3 more dates until 19 Feb

Vivaldi: Sacred and Secular

Spend a day with the music of Baroque master Antonio Vivaldi and in the company of John Holiday, ‘one of the finest countertenors of his generation (LA Times).

Sat 9 Apr

Concert Hall

£15–£45

Zappa: The Yellow Shark

Guildhall School Musicians pay homage to Frank Zappa’s iconic last album The Yellow Shark, harvested from his appearance at the 1992 Frankfurt Festival.

Sat 19 Mar

£15

Total Immersion: Frank Zappa.