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London Gay Symphony Orchestra 21st Anniversary Concert

Sunday 02 July 2017

London Gay Symphony Orchestra (Photograph: London Gay Symphony Orchestra)

The London Gay Symphony Orchestra returns to St John’s Smith Square to celebrate 21 years of LGBT+ music making with an exciting programme of Russian classics and a brand new work by winner of two 2015 British Composer Awards, Michael Finnissy, commissioned specially to mark the occasion.

The LGSO is the UK’s oldest LGBT+ orchestra, and one of only a handful across the world. Founded by a group of friends in 1996, it has grown into a dynamic group of over 100 musicians performing regularly in London and beyond, and a represents true cross-section of London’s LGBT+ community.

Christopher Braime CONDUCTOR

Michael Finnissy New Commission

Stravinsky Petrushka

Rachmaninoff Symphony No. 2 in E minor Op. 27



£10 - £15
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  • Access
    • Accessible toilets
    • Not assistance dog friendly
    • No BSL interpretation
    • Fully accessible
    • No induction loop
    • No speech to text
  • Admission
    • Under £20
    • Family friendly
    • No meet and greet
    • Under 18s welcome
  • When you're there
    • No gender neutral toilets
    • May be alcohol
    • May be crowds
    • May be flashing lights
    • May be loud noises

Any questions?

Please contact London Gay Symphony Orchestra if you have any questions about this event.