Below you will find the latest news, reviews and blog posts from Britten Sinfonia including information on our latest Creative Learning Projects, fundraising campaigns and residencies. To read our press releases please click here.
Reviews from an evening of tribute to the 19th-century computing pioneer Ada Lovelace, featuring several world premieres and panel discussion at Milton Court, London, as part of the Barbican’s Life Rewired series.
Reviews from the UK premiere performance of Sir James MacMillan’s The Sun Danced, with soprano Mary Bevan, and the London premiere of MacMillan’s Fifth Symphony Le grand inconnu, performed by The Sixteen, Genesis Sixteen and Britten Sinfonia, conducted by Harry Christophers in October 2019.
Reviews from the UK premiere performance of Mark-Anthony Turnage’s Refugee, performed by tenor Allan Clayton and conducted by Andrew Gourlay in September 2019, in a programme of Tippett, Britten and Knussen.
Reviews from performances of Beethoven’s Symphonies Nos 7 and 8, alongside the premiere of Gerald Barry’s Viola Concerto, performed by Lawrence Power, as part of Year Three of our Beethoven Symphony Cycle: