Barbican Hall

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  • Address:

    Barbican Hall Barbican Centre
    Silk St
    London
    EC2Y 8BS

  • Venue phone:

    020 7638 8891

  • Venue website:

    www.barbican.org.uk

  • Transport:

    Tube: Barbican

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BBC Symphony Orchestra: Nielsen, Sibelius, Rachmaninov

Orchestral music

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BBC Symphony Orchestra under Sakari Oramo continues its Nielsen symphony cycle with the exhilarating Symphony No 3 (‘Sinfonia espansiva’), featuring soprano Lucy Hall and baritone Marcus Farnsworth. But not before Sibelius’s haunting overture ‘The Dryad’,...

BBC Symphony Orchestra: Nielsen, Sibelius, Rachmaninov
  1. Fri Jan 16 2015
  2. Barbican Hall
  3. £10-£34
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Beth Hart

Pop and rock

The raw, powerful voice of this Californian singer-songwriter brings to mind one Janis Joplin, which is certainly no bad thing. Here you'll no doubt hear songs from her 2013 collaboration with Joe Bonamassa 'Seesaw' (the second she's recorded with the...

Beth Hart
  1. Fri May 8 2015
  2. Barbican Hall
  3. £25-£32.50
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British Sea Power

Alternative rock, Indie rock

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The UK’s premier psychedelic boy scouts return with their enthralling blend of shimmering post-punk, Bunnymen-styled epics with darkly witty lyrics and off-kilter take on traditional folk. Their jerky, wry and angular sound has been getting more and more...

British Sea Power
  1. Sat Jan 24 2015
  2. Barbican Hall
  3. £15-£25
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Chick Corea/Herbie Hancock

Fusion

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Whoa, this is a big one: two towering giants of jazz taking to the stage together as a duo. This pair of piano gurus – Corea a master of rhythmic and melodic interplay, Hancock an iconic writer of jazz standards who’s embraced new technology throughout...

Chick Corea/Herbie Hancock
  1. Mon Jul 6 2015
  2. Barbican Hall
  3. £25-£75
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Ian Bostridge: Winterreise

Classical and opera

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The tenor Ian Bostridge sprang to fame all those years ago singing Schubert’s Wintereisse. He has now made it a corner stone of his repertoire and has now even written a book about the song-cycle, which he discusses before singing this bleak Winter Journey....

Ian Bostridge: Winterreise
  1. Mon Jan 12 2015
  2. Barbican Hall
  3. £15-£45
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Joan Armatrading

Pop and rock

'I will never retire but this will be the last major tour that I undertake.' That's the official line from perennially popular West Indian singer-songwriter Armatrading, and to prove she's serious she's touring solo, without a backing band, for the first...

Joan Armatrading
  1. Thu Mar 26 2015
  2. Barbican Hall
  3. £29.50
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Lambchop

Pop and rock

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Laconic, cap-sporting Kurt Wagner and his magnificent abstract/orchestral country-pop outfit return for more gently lachrymose, sweetly philosophical and frequently plain funny fare, centred on Wagner's cracked and whispery, tender croon. Lambchop shows...

Lambchop
  1. Fri Jan 30 2015
  2. Barbican Hall
  3. £24.50
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Mariza

World, Blues, roots and country, Folk

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The statuesque, Mozambican-born Portuguese fadista returns to London. Her heart-wrenching mixture of fado, flamenco and jazz has won her several Latin Grammy nominations and legions of fans worldwide, but her latest album, ‘Fado Tradicional’, strips away...

  1. Mon Mar 16 2015
  2. Barbican Hall
  3. £10-£35
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London Concert Orchestra: New Year's Day Gala

Orchestral music

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London Concert Orchestra under Anthony Inglis welcomes in 2015 with an afternoon of classical delights, including Grieg’s ‘In the Hall of the Mountain King’, Sibelius’s ‘Finlandia’ and the finale from Tchaikovsky’s ‘Swan Lake’. Plus, arias by Rossini...

London Concert Orchestra: New Year's Day Gala
  1. Thu Jan 1 2015
  2. Barbican Hall
  3. £19.50-£44.50
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Royal Philharmonic Orchestra: Beethoven's Ninth

Orchestral music

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‘Freude, schöner götterfunken...’ Take stock of 2014 with Beethoven’s glorious Symphony No 9, with its ‘Ode to Joy’ choral finale, performed by the RPO and members of London Chorus and Highgate Choral Society under Christopher Warren-Green.

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra: Beethoven's Ninth
  1. Mon Dec 29
  2. Barbican Hall
  3. £22.50-£52
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