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Join the BBC Symphony Orchestra at BBC Maida Vale Studios for a concert recorded for future broadcast in BBC Radio 3’s Afternoon Concert.
American conductor Fawzi Haimor and BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artist Simon Höfele (trumpet) both make their BBC Symphony Orchestra debuts.
There’s Syrian-American composer’s Kareem Roustom’s recent propulsive, colourful Ramal and two works by Russian/Soviet composers. Sergei Vasilenko’s Concerto Poem for Trumpet & Orchestra, written in the late 1940s, which demonstrates the trumpet’s lyrical voice. Sergei Prokofiev’s nostalgic final symphony, No.7, was completed in 1952, the year before his death.
Tickets are strictly non-transferable. Photographic proof of ID must be shown. If you cannot provide this proof you will be refused entry. If your photo ID does not match the name on the ticket you will not be admitted. If you request two tickets because you are taking a guest along, that person will only be allowed in if they are accompanied by you.
Please take a look at our FAQ to see what type of photo ID is acceptable.
Admission is on a first-come, first-served basis. Please note that as not everyone who asks for tickets uses them, to make sure we have a full house we send out more tickets than there are places. We do our best to get the numbers right, but unfortunately we occasionally have to disappoint people so please arrive early.
All information is correct at time of publication.
Delaware Road, London, W9 2LG
There isn't a BBC car park available at this venue. Street parking is free after 6.30pm on single yellow lines or in resident parking bays. Delaware Road does have street parking meters available for daytime parking but these can become full very quickly. Driving to this venue for daytime recordings is not advisable.
Nearest stop: Warwick Avenue
Warwick Avenue or Maida Vale (Bakerloo line)
There is an induction loop available at this venue.
Please note that wheelchair access is limited.