Header12_660x175Free 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.

Thursday 3 April

Ben Gernon conductor Maxwell Davies Last Door of Light

Mozart Symphony No.40

Thursday 10 April

Eugene Lee Associate Leader Elgar Serenade for Strings

Tchaikovsky Serenade for Strings

Thursday 1 May

Simon Over conductor Beethoven Symphony No.6 ‘Pastoral’

See and hear the orchestra ‘in the round’.

Thursday 8 May

Melvyn Tan piano Beethoven Piano Quintet

Beethoven Piano Concerto No.2

Thursday 15 May

Chamber music Ravel Le Tambeau du Couperin

Ravel String Quartet

Francaix Le gay Paris

Thursday 5 June

With Guildhall School of Music & Drama jazz department

Scott Stroman conductor

Charting the frontier between jazz and classical music.

Thursday 12 June

Daniel Broncano clarinet

John Wilson conductor

Copland Clarinet Concerto

Ravel Mother Goose

Thursday 3 July

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.

Programme includes:

Schubert Symphony No.5

Thursday 18 September

Julia Hantschel oboe

Rebecca Miller conductor

Programme includes:

Martinu Oboe Concerto

Stravinsky Pulcinella Suite