Milton Court Concert Hall

Milton Court Concert Hall
Silk Street, London, EC2Y 8DS
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Events at this venue

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Academy of Ancient Music: New Worlds – South America

The Academy of Ancient Music and VOCES8 travel from Rome to Peru, as they trace the remarkable journey of Domenico Zipoli: priest, traveller and composer extraordinaire.

Thu 25 Nov

Concert Hall

£15–£35

Academy of Ancient Music: New Worlds – The Enchanted Forest

Handel weaves spells, Rameau dances with gods, and Francesco Geminiani creates a whole enchanted forest on this magical history tour with Laurence Cummings and the Academy of Ancient Music.

Thu 28 Oct

Concert Hall

£15–£35

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 2022

Concert Hall

£20–£25

Bach: Six Suites, Six Echoes

Bach’s music speaks across time, yet somehow exists outside of any era. Queyras pairs each of the six cello suites with an echo from our own time in a stimulating dialogue of spirit and mind.

Sun 14 Nov

Concert Hall

£15–£40

Britten Sinfonia/Alison Balsom: An American Rhapsody

Britten Sinfonia join forces with star trumpeter Alison Balsom in a concert harnessing the power and legacy of Miles Davis and the enduring musical influence of the Jazz Age.

Thu 18 Nov

Concert Hall

£15–£35

Circuit des Yeux

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

Wed 6 Apr 2022

Concert Hall

£18

Emilia by Morgan Lloyd Malcolm

First performed at Shakespeare’s Globe and then in London’s West End, Karen Tomlin directs Morgan Lloyd Malcolm’s critically acclaimed, triple Olivier-award winning play.

Tue 19 Oct

Theatre

£10

Wed 20 Oct

Theatre

£10

Thu 21 Oct

Theatre

£10

…and 2 more dates until 23 Oct

Fantasie Nègre: The Piano Music of Florence Price

Samantha Ege has dedicated her life to ‘illuminating the diversity of classical music’s past, present, and future’. Here she champions three remarkable composers that history almost left behind.

Wed 24 Nov

Concert Hall

£15–£35

The Fourth Choir: A Meeting Place

Deaf and hearing worlds unite in this musical ‘meeting place’, as choral music and BSL signed performance come together in an acoustic and visual evening celebrating the diversity of human connection.

Sat 30 Oct

Concert Hall

£15–£25

Guildhall Big Band with Josephine Davies: Life Through Music

Guildhall Big Band is delighted to welcome special guest co-director Josephine Davies to lead Guildhall Big Band in a concert celebrating individuality, life and music.

Fri 5 Nov

Concert Hall

£15

Guildhall Chamber Orchestra conducted by Joshua Weilerstein

Guildhall Chamber Orchestra is conducted by Joshua Weilerstein in this concert that shines a light on works by Polish, British and American composers.

Wed 27 Oct

Concert Hall

£15

Guildhall Jazz Festival: Larry Bartley Trio

A three-day festival in proud partnership with the EFG London Jazz Festival celebrating the wealth of creativity and originality within the Guildhall Jazz community.

Tue 16 Nov

Concert Hall

£15

Guildhall Jazz Festival: True Think

A three-day festival in proud partnership with the EFG London Jazz Festival celebrating the wealth of creativity and originality within the Guildhall Jazz community.

Mon 15 Nov

Concert Hall

£15

Guildhall Jazz Orchestra: Dizzier and Dizzier

Guildhall Jazz Orchestra and director Scott Stroman are joined by renowned pianist Trevor Watkis and award-winning trumpeter Byron Wallen to perform a programme of music by Dizzy Gillespie.

Wed 20 Oct

Concert Hall

£15

Guildhall School Opera Scenes

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

Thu 25 Nov

Studio

£10

Fri 26 Nov

Studio

£10

Mon 29 Nov

Studio

£10

Tue 30 Nov

Studio

£10

Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare

'The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves.'

Tue 19 Oct

Studio

£10

Wed 20 Oct

Studio

£10

Thu 21 Oct

Studio

£10

…and 2 more dates until 23 Oct

Junior Guildhall Symphony Orchestra & String Ensemble

The outstanding young musicians of Junior Guildhall Symphony Orchestra and String Ensemble return to Milton Court Concert Hall for a performance under the baton of Julian Clayton.

Sat 4 Dec

Concert Hall

£10

Jyotsna Shrikanth + Ken Zuckerman

A special double bill featuring both Carnatic and Hindustani music, rarely presented together in Indian classical festivals.

Thu 21 Oct

Concert Hall

£20–£50

Mark Padmore & Jonathan Biss: Dichterliebe

The songs of Robert Schumann trace a poetic journey through the intricacies of the human heart: hear tenor Mark Padmore and pianist Jonathan Biss explore their riches.

Mon 29 Nov

Concert Hall

£15–£40

Plus-Minus Ensemble: A celebration of Laurence Crane

A double bill of works by Neil Luck & Laurence Crane.

Tue 19 Oct

Concert Hall

£15

A Roaring Christmas with the BBC Singers

Time to get these roaring twenties going at last, as the BBC Singers enter the spirit of the jazz age with a swinging Christmas celebration packed full of standards and classics.

Fri 10 Dec

Prices to be confirmed

BBC Singers 2021-22.

Concert Hall

£12–£25

Shostakovich: Life, Letters & Friendship

Experience the intense emotional power of Shostakovich’s String Quartets as the Carducci Quartet paint an intimate portrait of the great composer through music and spoken word.

Tue 9 Nov

Concert Hall

£15–£40

Sona Jobarteh

Africa’s first female Griot Kora virtuoso and singer, Sona Jobarteh creates a fine blend of traditional music, blues and Afropop.

Sun 28 Nov

£25–£35

Sukhwinder Singh + Roopa Panesar

A double bill of India’s iconic sitar alongside an explosive solo tabla performance.

Fri 22 Oct

Concert Hall

£20–£50

Ustad Waseem Khan

The sensational Agra style of Indian vocals

Sat 23 Oct

Concert Hall

£20–£50