Britten Sinfonia is one of the world’s most celebrated and pioneering ensembles.  The orchestra is an Associate Ensemble at the Barbican, has residencies in Norwich and Cambridge, and a chamber series at Wigmore Hall. Britten Sinfonia enjoys a growing international profile, and is frequently heard on disc, BBC Radio 3 and commercial radio. Visit our Multimedia pages for our blogs and films, or find our podcast series, along with clips from our CDs on the Listen to Us pages.

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Jeremy Denk directs

Turner Sims Concert Hall, Southampton
24 September 2015 8:00pm

American pianist Jeremy Denk joins Britten Sinfonia to direct a vibrant programme of music from two of history’s greatest composers, J. S. Bach and Stravinsky.

Jeremy Denk directs

St Andrew's Hall, Norwich
25 September 2015 7:30pm

American pianist Jeremy Denk joins Britten Sinfonia to direct a vibrant programme of music from two of history’s greatest composers, J. S. Bach and Stravinsky.

Jeremy Denk directs

West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge
27 September 2015 7:30pm

American pianist Jeremy Denk joins Britten Sinfonia to direct a vibrant programme of music from two of history’s greatest composers, J. S. Bach and Stravinsky.

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