About the event

London Symphony Orchestra was established in 1904, with the intention of introducing the finest forms of music to the largest number of audiences. Since then, it has stayed true to its message, in its own unique and unparalleled way. Throughout the year, the orchestra gives 70 annual performances in the Barbican Centre in London, its main performance hall, in addition to the tours around Britain and the world.

BERNSTEIN Symphonic Dances from West Side Story

PROKOFIEV Violin Concerto No. 1 Op. 19


TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No. 4 Op. 36

Venue Information

National Theatre
Designed to accommodate large stage productions – opera, musicals, ballet and dance – as well as large conference or spoken words.
Genre      International Shows


Friday 17 November
08:00 PM


Dress Code
Formal i
Term and conditons i
Special Note
Dress code is Formal: (Formal Suit or Dishdasha with Githra) No jeans, sports clothes are allowed. No photography is allowed during the event.
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