"The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) is thrilled to mark its 20th Season as Resident Orchestra at Cadogan Hall, which itself celebrates its 20th Anniversary in 2024, and we look forward to being welcomed to the stage by the Hall’s wonderful team, as well as by you – our loyal audience.
During our 2023–24 Season, we continue our mission to give a platform to the brightest up-and-coming stars, with RPO debut performances from conductors Olivia Clarke, Emilia Hoving, Leslie Suganandarajah and Nil Venditti, and three concerts with our new Artist-in-Residence, Zlatomir Fung, that highlight the versatility of the cello.
We also welcome some familiar faces back to the stage: Principal Associate Conductor Alexander Shelley, Fumiaki Miura (Artist-in-Residence 2021–22), Stephen Bell, Jamie Phillips and the City of London Choir – to name but a few.
As always at this intimate venue, our 2023–24 Season gives you the chance to be up close to the artists and the Orchestra’s musicians as they perform some of the best-loved works in the repertoire: from Brahms’ German Requiem, to Sibelius’ Violin Concerto; via flights of fancy in Stravinsky’s The Firebird and Ravel’s Mother Goose.
There are also several opportunities to hear music that may be new to you, such as: Domingo Hindoyan conducting Tomasi’s Trombone Concerto, and Tito Muñoz opening a concert with Ida Moberg’s shimmering tone poem, Sunrise.
We hope that you will enjoy the opportunity to hear well-known works and to discover a few new gems – all within the beautiful surroundings of this wonderful building."
Managing Director of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra