The world-renowned London Philharmonic Orchestra performs a concert of revolutionary music
The 19th century’s most famous radical, Beethoven, explores the dark underbelly of ancient Rome in his tense and psychological Coriolan Overture and challenges that other great 19th century force, Napoleon Bonaparte, in the mighty ‘Eroica’ Symphony.
Nestled between the two is a summertime treat for the ears in Johann Nepomuk Hummel’s Trumpet Concerto – a revolution in its own way, written to celebrate a new innovation in trumpet-making.
Make the most of this fantastic opportunity to see world-class musicians on the Canary Wharf stage. Pick up some delicious picnic goodies from Tom’s Kitchen, Carluccio’s, Le Pain Quotidien or Obica to enjoy the al fresco occasion and settle in, and enjoy a summer evening of beautiful music.
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