LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA RETURNS TO WORK
- Sir Simon Rattle conducts LSO at BBC Proms Sunday 30 August
- Three orchestral concerts at LSO St Luke’s conducted by Sir Simon Rattle including Bartok’s Bluebeard’s Castle
- A full programme of live and recorded concerts broadcast with a range of international media partners
- Lunchtime and drivetime concerts open to the public
- LSO St Luke’s to become orchestra’s temporary performance base
The London Symphony Orchestra will return to live work in late August 2020, moving to LSO St Luke’s, newly equipped with state of the art facilities for live and recorded concerts until the reopening of the Barbican Hall.