Cadogan Hall’s Resident Orchestra invites audiences to experience a feast of orchestral music

Featuring: the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s (RPO) first ever Artist-in-Residence, a captivating new series entitled Myths and Fairytales, a real-time digital programme app and, to top it all, a brand new festival based in and around Cadogan Estate. The RPO’s unmissable 2017–18 Season at Cadogan Hall offers audiences the freshest and the most intimate concert experience in London.

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Last Night of the Proms with Sarah Redgwick

This summer we are delighted to be performing our classical extravaganza, Last Night of the Proms, at the High Wycombe Swan on Sunday 4th June, The Baths Hall Scunthorpe on Wednesday 21st June and the Lowestoft Marina Theatre on Friday 23rd June alongside soprano Sarah Redgwick. Never been to a Last Night of the Proms concert before? Sarah tells us a bit more about what audiences can expect.

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Verdi’s Requiem at Royal Festival Hall – Vasily Petrenko conducts The Bach Choir & Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

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Placing Verdi’s Requiem on Maundy Thursday is a sure way to highlight the relationship between religious ritual and dramatic intensity. In a work where Verdi sets texts in a conspicuously operatic manner, the gulf between religion and drama can easily be amplified. This performance under Vasily Petrenko’s efficient direction gave priority to vivid expression. There’s nothing wrong with this approach, although a performance in Holy Week might arguably give some consideration to a more reflective stance that tempers speeds and vocal style.

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West End Star Abbie Osmon sings Abba

Journalist John Evans caught up with Abbie Osmon ahead of ABBAphonic, a celebration of the Swedish pop group's timeless classics at the Royal Albert Hall on Wednesday 10 May.

Money, Money, Money, Waterloo and, of course, Dancing Queen – I’ll bet you’re humming them already, visions of Agnetha, Björn, Benny and Anni-Frid swirling in your mind’s eye. Whisper it, but it’s been 43 years since Abba won the Eurovision Song Contest (pub question: what was the song?) but while the group may have disbanded in 1982 (there’s talk of an exciting project later this year) their music lives on in the hearts and minds of millions.

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