It’s ten years since the London Firebird Orchestra was formed on 20 March 2012. So join us as we celebrate our 10th Anniversary Season…
We have a terrific line up of no less than seven concerts to look forward to this season with some of your favourite concertos, symphonies, overtures and much more.
All the orchestral concerts in this season will be conducted by our much-loved conductors, Michael Thrift and George Jackson:
We are also very excited to welcome back wonderful soloists to perform with the Orchestra. These include George Harliono, Emmanuel Bach, Jamal Aliyev and Yury Revich (pictured below), as well as featuring some of the finest upcoming stars for the first time.
We are also launching the first in a series of concerts entitled Firebird Chamber Platform Concerts. This will give a much needed opportunity for smaller scale ensembles to perform under the Firebird banner.
27 September 2022: Egmont
Music by Beethoven and Mozart and featuring the wonderful soloist George Harliono.
25 October 2022: Pastoral
Emmanuel Bach performs the beautiful Violin Concerto by Brahms along with one of Beethoven’s most memorable symphonies evoking the spirit of a pastoral scene.
7 February 2023: Magic & Mayhem
This concert features Masonic music by Mozart, one of the best-known compositions in classical music by Beethoven, and the great Turkish cellist Jamal Aliyev performing what is considered by many to be the greatest of all cello concertos.
21 March 2023: Trio de Beauvoir
Firebird welcomes this dazzling piano trio in the first of our new Firebird Chamber Platform Concerts, featuring trios by Mendelssohn, Dvorak and Beethoven.
7 May 2023: Garden of Fire
The lyrical orchestral writing of British composer Ruth Gipps opens a concert featuring Haydn’s so-called ‘Fire Symphony’. In between, two glorious works by Mozart.
16 May 2023: Firebird for Schools
Join London Firebird for this new tailor-made concert for schoolchildren introducing young people to the magical world of the orchestra.
13 June 2023: Virtuoso
Two great masterpieces of the 19th century stand sentinel either side of the latest work from virtuoso violinist Yury Revich in this Midsummer Firebird concert.