The London Symphony Orchestra performs at Saffron Hall for the first time. Tchaikovsky’s sweeping melodies and heart-on-sleeve emotions are the perfect match for this great orchestra’s lustrous sound. Conductor Nikolaj Znaider takes up his violin to perform two concertos by the composer who Tchaikovsky called “the Christ of music”: Mozart.
Orchestras for all: new ticket pricing scheme
Many of Saffron Hall’s concerts, even ones that sell out, lose money.
In order to maintain our programme of orchestras from around the world we are asking those who can afford more to pay an amount that reflects the true cost of their attendance.
When you book top priced tickets online for orchestral concerts (such as this one) you will be given the opportunity to pay this new price. Please select the ‘Orchestras for all’ price type from the drop down menu.
This is completely optional and the additional support this provides will allow us to keep the arts accessible across the region. Your help is very much appreciated.
Mozart Violin Concerto No.2
Mozart Violin Concerto No.3
Tchaikovsky Symphony No.6