Free Rush Hour Concerts
At the heart of the Southbank Sinfonia programme lies the Rush Hour series.
These concerts are a great way to hear our young performers, without the formalities of an orchestral concert. What’s more these concerts are free, and all guests receive a glass of wine on arrival.
Concerts take place at our home, St John’s Waterloo, adjacent to the IMAX and just opposite Waterloo Station at 6.00pm.
|Clara Pérez Sedano oboe
Roger Benedict conductor
|Vaughan Williams Oboe Concerto
Beethoven Symphony No.2
|Charles Hazlewood conductor||MacMillan “…as others see us…”
Ives The Unanswered Question
Mendelssohn Symphony No.3 ‘Scottish’
|Adrian Butterfield director||CPE Bach Symphony No.1 in D major (’183 set’)
Leclair Suite from Scylla et Glaucus
Telemann Concerto in D for 3 trumpets and 2 oboes
Locatelli Introduzione No.4
|Ben Gernon conductor||Maxwell Davies Last Door of Light
Mozart Symphony No.40
|Eugene Lee Associate Leader||Elgar Serenade for Strings
Tchaikovsky Serenade for Strings
|Simon Over conductor||Beethoven Symphony No.6 ‘Pastoral’
See and hear the orchestra ‘in the round’.
|Melvyn Tan piano||Beethoven Piano Quintet
Beethoven Piano Concerto No.2
|Chamber music||Ravel Le Tambeau du Couperin
Ravel String Quartet
Francaix Le gay Paris
|With Guildhall School of Music & Drama jazz department
Scott Stroman conductor
|Charting the frontier between jazz and classical music.|
|Daniel Broncano clarinet
John Wilson conductor
|Copland Clarinet Concerto
|Simon Over conductor||In our last Rush Hour before the summer holiday, Simon and the orchestra preview some of the works they will take to the Anghiari Festival in Italy.
Schubert Symphony No.5
|Julia Hantschel oboe
Rebecca Miller conductor
Martinu Oboe Concerto