Put yourself at the heart of the action for just £10.

INTRODUCING RINGSIDE SEATS

Put yourself at the heart of the action for just £10.

Sit ringside at Royal Festival Hall for just a tenner, and experience the thrill of a live symphony orchestra – the Philharmonia – in full flow.

We guarantee you great music and great seats within a few metres of the stage.

And for fun we’ll keep your exact seats a secret until the day: you could be in the front row, in the choir stalls right behind the trumpets – or even in a box.

Book in just a few clicks: no transaction fee; no postage; no fuss.

HOW IT WORKS

  • £10 a seat
  • Save up to £18.50 per ticket
  • Book up to 4 seats per concert (all seats will be allocated together)
  • No transaction fees or postage costs
  • Pick up your tickets on the night from our friendly front-of-house team
  • A wide range of live music to choose from
  • Limited availability: up to 100 seats per concert
  • Concerts on Thursdays or Sundays

Sunday 4 Mar 2018, 7.30pmRoyal Festival Hall, London


Carl Davis conductor


Davis The Divine Woman

Davis The Mysterious Lady

Watch screen siren Garbo in The Mysterious Lady, a tale of espionage and romance, and a single rediscovered reel of The Divine Woman. Top film composer Carl Davis conducts his own scores.


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Thursday 22 Mar 2018, 7.30pmRoyal Festival Hall, London


Vladimir Ashkenazy conductor


Behzod Abduraimov piano

Nadezhda Gulitskaya soprano


Mosolov The Iron Foundry

Prokofiev Piano Concerto No. 3

Glière Concerto for coloratura soprano and orchestra

Glière Suite, The Red Poppy (Op. 70a)

Explore music composed in the years of turmoil following the Russian Revolution, from virtuosic Prokofiev to Mosolov’s homage to the Soviet spirit.


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Thursday 12 Apr 2018, 7.30pmRoyal Festival Hall, London


Esa-Pekka Salonen conductor


David Fray piano


Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 2

Mahler Symphony No. 1

Never one for understatement, Mahler said a symphony ‘must be like the world; it should contain everything’. In this case, that includes the sound of dawn breaking, a klezmer band and an eerie rendition of Frère Jacques.


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Sunday 15 Apr 2018, 7.30pmRoyal Festival Hall, London


Esa-Pekka Salonen conductor


Philharmonia Voices

Trinity Boys Choir


Biber Battalia

Beethoven Symphony No. 2

Chin Le Chant des Enfants des Etoiles(European premiere)

An evening of music to expand your mind: after a Beethoven Symphony, hear a new piece by Unsuk Chin, for orchestra, chorus and organ, exploring our place in the universe.


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Sunday 29 Apr 2018, 7.30pmRoyal Festival Hall, London


Vladimir Ashkenazy conductor


James Ehnes violin


Shostakovich Violin Concerto No. 1

Shostakovich Symphony No. 4

With the Soviet regime watching his every move, Shostakovich continued to compose – hear two masterpieces that couldn’t be premiered until after Stalin’s death.


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