The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra has planned a winter filled with a range of exquisite musical events, and we, as proud partners, are delighted to share with you a glimpse of what they have to offer, from captivating performances to enchanting melodies that will create moments resonating in your heart and soul.

Valentine's Opera Gala

Date: 14th February

Venue: Cadogan Hall

This Valentine's Day, embark on a captivating musical journey with a romantic touch. Immerse yourself in the enchanting world of opera, where spellbinding romance and drama unfold. Revel in classic duets from some of the finest operas, making this event ideal for both devoted opera enthusiasts and those venturing into this magical realm for the first time.

Beethoven, Haydn and schumann

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Date: 21st February 

Venue: Cadogan Hall

Resident artist Zlatomir Fung presents an evening dedicated to the timeless music of Beethoven, Haydn, and Schumann. The journey commences with Schumann's extraordinary second symphony, a heartfelt creation dedicated to his beloved wife. Fung seamlessly pays homage to Haydn’s impeccably crafted cello concerto, concluding the evening with the impactful Beethoven’s powerful Leonore Overture No.3, a piece that weaves a compelling narrative of courage, struggle, and freedom.

Mediterranean sunshine

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Date: 6th March 

Venue: Cadogan Hall

Mediterranean Sunshine features the works of Mendelssohn, Mozart, and Tchaikovsky, conducted by Nil Venditti. Just as winter bids farewell, this is the perfect concert to transition into the spring mood, offering a delightful blend of joyful melodies and warmth.

Icons Rediscovered: Wagner's Grand Festival 

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Date: 13th March

Venue: Royal Albert Hall

Enter the enchanting universe of Richard Wagner, where Vasily Petrenko, accompanied by a trio of acclaimed operatic singers, brings the composer's masterpieces to life. Prepare for an immersive journey into the world of Wagner's operas, drawing inspiration from his historic eight-concert festival at the Royal Albert Hall in 1877. This spectacle is not just a performance; it's an experience you won't want to miss.