The Music in You

We believe that creativity lives in everyone.

Reflecting our adventurous spirit, the centrepiece festival of our 2023/24 London season embraces all kinds of expression – dance, music theatre and audience participation – and includes everything from Haydn’s Creation to a boundary-defying ballet project with choreographer Wayne McGregor. Join us and discover The Music in You.

Haydn’s Creation

With its roof-raising choruses, bubbling melodies and sparkling colours, The Creation is the perfect starting point for The Music in You, our celebration of creativity without barriers.

Haydn’s Creation | 2 March 2024 | Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall

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FUNharmonics: Goal!

Grab your favourite football shirt and join us for this fun, participatory family concert, exploring a day in the life of a legendary footballer!

FUNharmonics: Goal! | 3 March 2024 | Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall

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Dance Re-imagined

Wayne McGregor and Ben Cullen Williams team up with the London Philharmonic Orchestra and Edward Gardner for a dazzling, cross-artform reinvention of Szymanowski’s ballet Harnasie.

Dance Re-imagined | 6 March 2024 | Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall

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An Imagination Shared

There’s an orchestra and an audience – but who’s to say which is which? Today The Music in You breaks out of the concert hall and surges thrillingly across the traditional boundaries of creativity. Prepare to get creative – mobile phones should definitely be left on!

An Imagination Shared | 12 March 2024 | St John’s Church, Waterloo

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Seven Deadly Sins

Soprano extraordinaire Danielle de Niese stars in The Seven Deadly Sins, and accordion sensation João Barradas shows that no instrument is so humble that it can’t burn the house down, as Edward Gardner and the LPO head to Battersea Arts Centre for two performances to liberate The Music in You.

Seven Deadly Sins | 13 March 2024 | Battersea Arts Centre

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The Gift of Youth

Mozart never completed his mighty Mass in C minor, but it’s still capable of shaking you to the soul. Edward Gardner and the London Philharmonic Choir make it speak again tonight, and our good friend, violinist Julia Fischer gives life to a brand new concerto written specially for her by the young British composer Daniel Kidane.

The Gift of Youth | 16 March 2024 | Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall

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