English National Ballet announce their current lockdown plans for 2020-21

English National Ballet – 2020-21 Announcement

Nutcracker Delights

 

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Nutcracker Delights at the London Coliseum – Updated Performance Schedule.

English National Ballet is preparing to return to the stage this winter. Whilst planned performances of Reunion: An Evening with English National Ballet are unable to go ahead due to the November lockdown in England, the Company is looking forward to performing Nutcracker Delights at the London Coliseum, now opening 17 December 2020 and running until 3 January 2021.

Nutcracker Delights is a special 75-minute version of the Christmas classic that sees the Company perform a selection of the ballet’s most popular moments and iconic scenes accompanied by Tchaikovsky’s famous score played live by musicians from English National Ballet Philharmonic.

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City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra announce three concerts for November and December

Centenary of the First Concert

  • Recorded for broadcast on BBC Radio 3 at 7.30pm on Tuesday 17th November
  • Available to view via the CBSO website from 6pm on Thursday 19th November – Friday 18th December
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  • Tickets on sale now, costing £10

Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla – conductor
Sheku Kanneh-Mason – cello

Sibelius Lemminkainen’s Return
Sibelius The Swan of Tuonela
Elgar Cello Concerto
Beethoven Leonore Overture No.3

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Opera North in 2020-2021 – livestreams and future plans

LIVESTREAMS ANNOUNCED AS OPERA NORTH RESCHEDULES PRODUCTIONS

The Seven Deadly Sins: livestream of Gary Clarke’s new production on Sat 21 November at Leeds Playhouse

Fidelio: livestream conducted by Mark Wigglesworth on Sat 12 December at Leeds Town Hall

Film of Whistle Stop Opera: Cinderella will be released online in December as an alternative to pantomime trips for families and schools

Spring 2021 tour of Parsifal postponed; replaced by highlights of Wagner’s Ring conducted by Richard Farnes using Jonathan Dove’s orchestrations

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St John’s Smith Square’s 35th Christmas Festival with live audience and streamed live

St John’s Smith Square postpones live concerts throughout November but announces
35th Christmas Festival

Further to the Government announcement of new national restrictions, St John’s Smith Square will not be operating any public events between Thursday 5th November and Wednesday 2nd December inclusive.  SJSS are working to reschedule all concerts due to take place during this period to new dates in 2021. 

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Young Concert Artists announces 2020 events

Young Concert Artists announces 60th anniversary season

The 60th anniversary season of the Young Concert Artists opens on 21 October with a concert streaming live from Merkin Hall that will feature performances by an array of artists representing YCA’s remarkable history. The program will include solo and chamber works by Ravel, Bach, Handel and Higdon, as well as the world premiere of a partita for solo violin by YCA Composer Chris Rogerson. (Rogerson is represented by Young Concert Artists, Inc., and served as YCA Composer-in-Residence from 2010-2012. In 2016, he joined the Musical Studies Faculty at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia.)

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Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra On Demand – October and November 2020

 

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra On Demand – stream concerts from our Hall to your home this autumn

Starting on Wednesday 30 September, 7pm audiences can purchase (£10) and stream seven digital concerts from the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. Concerts will be available online for 30 days from the broadcast date.

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Scottish Chamber Orchestra announces a series of streamed performances

Scottish Chamber Orchestra’s streamed performances in October

The Scottish Chamber Orchestra continues its commitment to bringing world-class music to audiences at home throughout October, with four evening chamber concerts filmed at The Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh and two lunchtime concerts live-streamed from St Andrews University.

The Scottish Chamber Orchestra (SCO) today announces six further streamed concerts throughout October as part of its autumn Season, featuring music by Brahms, Handel, Coleridge-Taylor and Philidor.

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