2019/20 Southbank Centre Season: Salvation and Damnation

Salvation and Damnation is the third part of our Six Chapters of Enlightenment. These are six special seasons of Southbank Centre concerts exploring, through music, the golden age of science and philosophy that gave our Orchestra its name. These concerts feature music that is often uplifting, occasionally challenging, but always compelling. They explore questions that have resonated through the ages, about faith, doubt and legacy. How will I be judged? What will people think of me when I'm gone?

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Mendelssohn’s Elijah

Mendelssohn’s Elijah

London, Southbank Centre's Royal Festival Hall

Mendelssohn’s magnificent story of faith, doubt and miracles, with conductor Masaaki Suzuki.

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Beethoven’s Major Heroes

Beethoven’s Major Heroes

London, Southbank Centre's Queen Elizabeth Hall

Sir Roger Norrington conducts us in two of Beethoven’s most popular major-key masterpieces at London's Southbank Centre.

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Mozart’s Final Flourish

Mozart’s Final Flourish

London, Southbank Centre's Royal Festival Hall

Iván Fischer conducts the three symphonies Mozart wrote in one extraordinary year towards the end of his life.

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Saving Michael Haydn

Saving Michael Haydn

London, Southbank Centre's Queen Elizabeth Hall

Alina Ibragimova explores music by Michael Haydn, Joseph Haydn’s often-ignored, but almost as prolific, younger brother.

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The Moon Hares

The Moon Hares

London, Southbank Centre's Queen Elizabeth Hall

Be bewitched by a magical family opera. performed at Southbank Centre, about community, identity, freedom and safety.

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