If Beethoven or Bach and you go back a long way, then you're probably familiar with the London Philharmonic Orchestra. For those of you who aren't, here's your chance of getting to know them from the comfort of your homes. One of the finest and oldest British Orchestras in the world, LP, as they're popularly known, has an impressive line up of world-class musicians who play everything from the cello, violin, harp to the bass, flute, bassoon and trumpet to put on a fabulous show. To catch a live performance you'd have to live in the UK and buy a pricey ticket but not anymore! Since we're quarantined at home, LP is going online to connect us together through their exceptional music.
Join them for an array of online concerts you can watch or listen to from your living room (or any spot you'd like, really), including solo performances, digitally combined chamber performances, and playlist concerts (on Spotify or IDAGIO) introduced by the musicians. You also get access to a number of recordings, playlists, educational and entertaining videos, and chances to interact with the musicians live!
All you have to do is keep tabs on all their latest content, stay glued to their Facebook, Instagram or Twitter handles. In their first online event, Anne Anne-Sophie Mutter, a lead German Violinist played Beethoven in a quartet with three LPO soloists. Enjoy!