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Britten Sinfonia at Lunch

Our award-winning At Lunch concerts feature Britten Sinfonia principal musicians performing major works from the chamber repertoire alongside new pieces co-comissioned by Britten Sinfonia and Wigmore Hall.  Performances take place at London's Wigmore Hall, Cambridge's West Road Concert Hall and Norwich's St Andrew's Hall

2016-17 At Lunch season concerts

At Lunch One: featuring a new work by Sohrab Uduman (OPUS2016 winner) Dec 2016
At Lunch Two: featuring a new work by Mark-Anthony Turnage Feb 2017
At Lunch Three: featuring a new work by Brian Elias Apr 2017
At Lunch Four: featuring Britten Sinfonia Academy Jul 2017

 

Booking Information

Cambridge West Road Concert Hall 
Tickets
£9
£3 students and under 18s
Book online through event pages on brittensinfonia.com

Box Office 01223 357851
Venue information www.westroad.org

Norwich St Andrew's Hall
Tickets
£9,  (£7 for 2016-17 subscribers to Britten Sinfonia’s Norwich evening concert series)
£3 students and under 18s
Box Office 01603 630000
Book online through event pages on brittensinfonia.com
Venue information www.standrewshall.co.uk

Concessions must show ID on booking or collection on the door.

London Wigmore Hall
Tickets £13, £11 concessions
£5 students
Box Office 020 7935 2141
Book online and venue information www.wigmore-hall.org.uk
Please note there is an administration fee for all telephone and online bookings which includes the return of your tickets by first class post.
 

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Britten Sinfonia At Lunch Five 2015-16

West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge
01 July 2016 1:00pm

Britten Sinfonia Academy, now celebrating its fifth year, performs its own At Lunch programme featuring a world premiere.

Possibly Colliding: Session Six

St Giles' Cripplegate (Barbican), London
03 July 2016 5:00pm

An early evening concert featuring Britten Sinfonia Voices and conductor Eamonn Dougan in a programme of music from Russia and Russian-influenced composers.

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