Immortal Desire - 1 & 2 March
The Little Orchestra are heading to the newly restored Victorian theatre inside Alexandra Palace, as our Beethoven journey continues with his beautiful 8th Symphony, alongside his Egmont Overture and Wellington's Victory.
Recently reopened to the public after being hidden within the Palace for over 80 years, the theatre will be getting The Little Orchestra treatment this March. The stunning interior will play host to a fascinating story of unrequited love as we explore the mystery of Beethoven's infamous "Immortal Beloved" letter, written while he was working on the 8th Symphony.
Despite the awe-inspiring location, traditional concert attire can be left at home. Our events are always relaxed and informal, with none of the barriers sometimes experienced with classical music. There will even be the option of a comfy sofa for those who really want to break with tradition! Our conductor, Nicholas Little, will guide the audience through the programme, offering insights into the world of Beethoven and giving an accessible route into the music. What's more, the night will begin (and end!) with a well-stocked bar and delicious food,
carefully selected for the occasion.
7pm - Arrive & unwind
8pm - Last admission
8:30pm - The concert
10.30pm - Mix & mingle
We want to create a beautiful, intimate atmosphere for the concert so in order to ensure a good experience for everyone we will be closing the doors to the venue at 8pm. The doors will reopen once the concert is over. Please make sure you allow plenty of time to arrive.
Come as you feel comfortable.
Tickets (face Value)
Super Early Bird: £20
Early Bird: £25
Sofa Seat Tickets: £40 (available in pairs only)
Ticket price includes entry for the whole evening. All seating is unallocated and is for the main concert only.
Alexandra Palace Way, London, England, UK