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London Chamber Orchestra

Schoenberg: Ode to Napoleon

Venue: Cadogan Hall


Ode to Napoleon


LCO String Quartet
Mark Stone
Karim Said
Fergus Macleod

Schoenberg’s setting of Byron’s Ode is nothing less than a personal stand against tyranny. Written while in exile in America during the Second World War, it was designed to show allegiance with Europe’s struggles against Hitler.

This is a free, ticketed concert prior to the main LCO concert at 8pm.

Part of London Chamber Orchestra 2015-16

London Chamber Orchestra

Two Beethoven Fifths - the Fifth Symphony and the Fifth Piano Concerto, the 'Emperor', with soloist Yevgeny Sudbin, hailed as ‘one of the greatest pianists of the 21st century’.

London Chamber Orchestra

Transcending musical boundaries trumpeter Alison Balsom plays and directs a programme including works by Corelli, Tartini, Bach, Albinoni, Vivaldi and Handel.

London Chamber Orchestra

Riccardo Minasi conducts Beethoven's Violin Concerto, with the American violinist Benjamin Beilman, and Mendelssohn's 'Italian' Symphony. Cherubini's Overture to Médée opens the concert.

London Chamber Orchestra

Symphonies by Haydn and Beethoven frame arias from some of Mozart's most popular operas, with soprano Lucy Crowe, under the baton of Christopher Warren-Green.

London Chamber Orchestra

A world premiere by Cheryl Frances-Hoad in which LCO is joined by participants from Music Junction, plus Haydn's 'Military' Symphony and overtures by Beethoven and his contemporary Catel.

Concert Duration:
approx. 20 minutes
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This event is free but ticketed. Please note: booking fee applies when booking online and by phone, but not in person.

Maximum of four tickets per person. This concert does not form part of the LCO series discount.

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