London Gay Symphony Orchestra: Autumn Concert
LGSO launch their sensational new season with a Brahms double-bill
It's heart-warming to know that we live in a city that not only tolerates our differences, but celebrates them. Which is part of the reason why we are home to one of the only LGBT orchestras in the world. Founded in 1996, the London Gay Symphony Orchestra has given four or more concerts every year for the past nineteen years, in venues across the country and Europe. They'll be launching their new season with a Brahms double-bill. The orchestra will continue their symphony cycle with Johannes' first and Tanya Sweiry steps into the spotlight to play his Violin Concerto. The program also includes Le Tombeau De Couperin by Ravel. The perfect opportunity for an evening of beautiful music. Running time: 2 hours approx. with interval.
"The orchestra shine with a sense of energy and flair that make them a joy to watch. The overpowering sound they create is nothing short of spectacular."