Milton Court Concert Hall

Milton Court Concert Hall
Silk Street, London, EC2Y 8DS
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1790s London: Saint and Sinner - music by Haydn & Dussek

*Haydn * Symphony No 93 in D major *Dussek * Concerto for fortepiano Op 49 in G minor Dussek Sehnsucht der Liebe, Hoffnung and Das Warum from 6 Gesange for Voice and Fortepiano *Haydn * Symphony No 94 in G major, The Surprise Academy of Ancient Music *Richard Egarr * director & fortepiano

Fri 13 Apr 2018

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Adès, Barry and Beethoven

Volatile substances: Thomas Adès and the Britten Sinfonia mix the music of Beethoven and Gerald Barry. Hear them explode…

Wed 23 May 2018

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Thu 18 Jan 2018

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Bach & Telemann – Reversed Fortunes

In the first of two concerts marking the 250th anniversary of Telemann’s death, soloists from the Academy of Ancient Music perform some of the greatest music by these joint pillars of the German Baroque. Though Telemann may now languish in the shadow of his contemporary and close friend JS Bach, during his lifetime…

Thu 7 Dec

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Bach Weekend/Cello Suites

A universe in a grain of sand: Jean-Guihen Queyras plays Johann Sebastian Bach’s suites for unaccompanied cello. The Canadian virtuoso Jean-Guihen Queyras performs Bach’s unaccompanied cello suites – some of the most sophisticated and yet sublimely beautiful music ever created for a bow and four strings. There’s no…

Sun 17 Jun 2018

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Bach Weekend/Goldberg Variations

Bach’s Goldberg Variations, performed by the charismatic French harpsichordist Jean Rondeau. Playful, intricate and endlessly inventive, Bach’s Goldberg Variations are bigger than the imagination of any one performer. Jean Rondeau’s energetic and utterly distinctive style has raised eyebrows in some quarters – but what…

Sun 17 Jun 2018

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BBC Singers/ALIVE

Eric Whitacre I carry your heart with me (UK premiere) John Mackey The Rumor of a Secret King (world premiere) Jonathan Newman Agnus Dei *Steven Bryant*** In Aeternum (world premiere) Anders Hillborg *Mouyayoum * Eriks Ešenvalds *Stars * Sarah Hopkins Past Life Melodies Eric Whitacre Three Flower Songs John…

Fri 7 Jul

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Fri 4 May 2018

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Sat 23 Jun 2018

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Sun 11 Feb 2018

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Bernstein Revealed: A Cabaret

Memories, anecdotes and tune after glorious tune, in this cabaret tribute to the songwriting genius of Leonard Bernstein. Lenny Bernstein was never more himself than when he was at a party and at the piano. In this evening of words and music, host Edward Seckerson and the Tony Award nominated Jason Carr are joined by…

Sun 28 Jan 2018

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Bless'd Isle - with Carolyn Sampson

****‘Where words leave off, music begins’: a celebration of the mastery of English composers from Dowland to Arne and their setting of words to music. Carolyn Sampson reveals the diversity of her artistry, opening with Dowland’s stark and spare In darkness let me dwell and ending on a rousing and roistering note as our…

Thu 2 Nov

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Britten Sinfonia/Easter Voices

****Britten Sinfonia celebrates Easter with a double-bill of choral masterpieces: Stravinsky’s stirring Mass and Mozart’s exquisite Missa Brevis.

Wed 28 Mar 2018

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Sun 7 Jan 2018

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Sun 8 Oct

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EFG London Jazz Festival

London's biggest jazz festival takes place in various venues around the city, and 2017 features a stellar programme: Abdullah Ibrahim and Hugh Masekela, back together after five and a half decades: Pat Metheny and friends; Omar Sosa and Seckou Keita; Carminho singing the music of Antonio Carlos Jobim; the Harlem Gospel…

Sun 12 Nov

£30.25

Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir

*Arvo Pärt * (b 1935) Solfeggio Summa Magnificat Zwei Beter The Woman with the Alabaster Box Nunc dimittis Dopo la vittoria *Jonathan Harvey * (1939-2012) Plainsongs for Peace and Light The Angels Cyrillus Kreek (1889-1962) Taaveti laulud / Psalms of David: Õnnis on inimene / Blessed Is the Man Psalm 104…

Tue 30 Jan 2018

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Faculty Artist Series: Charles Owen and Katya Apekisheva

Charles Owen and Katya Apekisheva piano (Professors of Piano)

Mon 10 Jul

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Iestyn Davies and Fretwork

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Mon 28 May 2018

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Italy in England - when Handel met Corelli

Musical migration and cross fertilisation was at a peak in the eighteenth century. Arriving in England (Giusseppe Samartini made London his home) the Italian concerto grosso was soon adopted by London's fashionable musical circles.

Thu 19 Oct

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Jeremy Denk and Britten Sinfonia

****Pianist Jeremy Denk returns to Britten Sinfonia for a rhapsody of jazz and dance inspired music by Gershwin and Stravinsky.

Tue 27 Feb 2018

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Jeremy Denk in Recital

Jeremy Denk piano Composer TBC

Sat 3 Mar 2018

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Sun 15 Oct

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Jeremy Denk/Mozart: the late sonatas

For pianist Jeremy Denk, Mozart’s late sonatas are charged with wonder; performed by him, they’ll contain multitudes.

Thu 12 Oct

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Junior Guildhall Symphony Orchestra

Julian Clayton conductor Didier Osindero violin

Sat 8 Jul

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Les Talens Lyriques/François Couperin: lumière et ombre

A half-day exploration of the music of François Couperin, ‘le grand’, celebrating the 350th anniversary of his birth and culminating in the trois leçons de ténèbres by candlelight. The music of Francois Couperin is like nothing else – a fusion of wit, imagination and grace that can feel startlingly contemporary. And in…

Sun 14 Jan 2018

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Thu 28 Sep

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Mortal Voices

In a concert that will pull at the heart strings, baroque specialist Christian Curnyn directs soprano Keri Fuge and countertenor Tim Mead, in some of the most sublime music of the early 18th century. Pergolesi’s beautiful* Stabat Mater* is his best-known work and one of the finest settings of this sorrowful song to…

Thu 15 Feb 2018

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Thu 1 Mar 2018

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Tue 13 Mar 2018

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Opera Makers

The Hummingbird Brian Hosefros composer Leo Doulton librettist

Wed 5 Jul

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Thu 6 Jul

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Sat 8 Jul

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Mon 10 Jul

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Phronesis

Danish three-piece wow audiences with their highly melodic and dramatic jazz.

Sun 12 Nov

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With Engines Orchestra.

Sun 12 Nov

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£30.50

Pour le piano: Jean-Efflam Bavouzet plays Debussy

Part 1 Debussy Ballade Nocturne Tarentelle First Arabesque Estampes Clair de Lune L’Isle joyeuse Part 2 * Images*, book 1 From Préludes, book 1: La fille aux cheveux de lin La cathedrale engloutie Ce qu’à vu le vent d’Ouest Etudes: Pour les cinq doigts Pour les tierces Pour les sixtes Pour les degrés chromatiques Pour…

Sun 25 Mar 2018

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Powerplant: The Filthy Fifteen

War crimes and forbidden songs; video, electronics and percussion: Powerplant place musical explosives under the lies of an uncertain century.

Tue 1 May 2018

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Singing Our Lives

Two new song cycles performed by the Mixed Up Chorus and Royal Opera House Thurrock Community Chorus.

Sun 2 Jul

Free

  • 18:00 – 20:00

This is Rattle: Adès

Programme curated by the composer *Per Nørgård ***Hut Ab! *Nicholas Maw ***The Head of Orpheus *Judith Weir ***The Alps *Sir Harrison Birtwistle ***Célan settings *Niccoló Castiglioni ***Vallis Clausa *György Kurtág ***Eletut *Osvaldo Golijov ***Sarajevo *John Woolrich ***A Farewell *Madness arr Adès…

Mon 18 Sep

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This is Rattle: Birtwistle

Ancient and modern meet in an intriguing programme that folds time back across the centuries, juxtaposing Varèse, Machaut, Byrd and Birtwistle. Simon Rattle has long championed Sir Harrison Birtwistle’s music. Now Birtwistle returns the compliment with a personally-curated musical greeting. In his first concerts…

Sat 23 Sep

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Wed 20 Sep

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Sat 16 Sep

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Timo Andres & David Kaplan/Rite of Spring & Rachmaninov

The livewire piano duo of Timo Andres and David Kaplan plays Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring and Rachmaninoff’s Symphonic Dances. Take it from a composer: Timo Andres knows that when a great orchestral score is performed on two pianos, it opens up new perspectives on even the best-loved masterpiece. He’s joined by…

Fri 27 Apr 2018

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Total Immersion: Esa-Pekka Salonen

Esa-Pekka Salonen’s fascination with timbre and texture is stripped bare in this concert of his music on a smaller scale.

Sun 10 Dec

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Total Immersion: Esa-Pekka Salonen

Music by teacher and pupil, complementary but distinctive, sits side by side in this focus on the two major Finnish composers’ choral music.

Sun 10 Dec

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Total Immersion: Julian Anderson

****Guildhall musicians reveal Julian Anderson’s musical voice on a smaller scale, exploring both the breadth as well as the depth of his compositional output.

Sat 21 Oct

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Total Immersion: Leonard Bernstein

Bernstein on a small scale, revealing his prodigious ability to write music of charm, substance and a miraculous and genre-defying gift of melody.

Sat 27 Jan 2018

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