Attending symphonic orchestra concerts can provide a spectacular musical experience like no other. This article will showcase some of the most anticipated symphonic orchestra concerts coming in 2022.
These concerts are all focused on traditional and well-known compositions providing a chance to hear the most popular songs come to life on stage.
Soltani Plays Shostakovich – 14 January 2022 – Royal Festival Hall
Conductor Marin Alsop and Celloist Kian Soltani will be joining Soltani in playing Shostakovich’s most well-known compositions at the Royal Festival Hall to audiences. Alsop is well known to classical music fans across the world and proves that this concert can not be missed.
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra with Fumiaki Miura – 9 February 2022 – Cadogan Hall
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Fumiaki Miura, and Alexander Shelley will be performing some of Prokofiev’s most well-known compositions. The performance will showcase a host of enchanting soundscapes. This will be a spell-bounding evening of music by some of the UK’s most accomplished classical symphonic orchestra members and conductors.
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra – 21 April 2022 – Symphony Hall
The Symphony Orchestra of Birmingham will be Joining Paul Lewis on Piano with Conductor Christoph Koenig in performing Mozart’s Piano Concerto No.27 and Mahler’s Symphony No.5.
Mahler’s 5th Symphony is known to be one of the most dramatic symphony compositions as it will be performed with trumpet sounds, orchestra, and piano.
London Symphony Orchestra – 23 September 2022 – Royal Albert Hall
With this concert, the London Symphony Orchestra will be showcasing their films in a concert series playing Star Wars: Return of the Jedi in its entirety. This will be the first time the performance will be taking place with these compositions.
The London Symphony orchestra has long been known as one of the most accomplished orchestras in the UK and provides the perfect evening for classical music.
Catch any of these symphony orchestra concerts throughout the UK for a once in a lifetime musical experience.