Coast to…er…the…same coast actually

It seems like only 2 weeks ago since we last spoke and sure enough, once again we are off to the USA. This time rather than coast to coast across the country we arrive later this week in Daytona Beach and we shall not move until we come home again. We are resident at the Daytona Beach International Festival and will be performing 6 concerts with the orchestra, chamber music concerts, discovery work with young musicians, musicians on call, pre concert talks and interviews and I even get to polish my shoes, stand up the front with Bryn Lewis and play a concerto. In fact we are so busy, I’m not sure I will even manage to see the famous beach.

There will be some extra stuff for you to enjoy on this tour -but you’ll find out about that later.  So keep logging on to get the latest information on whats going on and we will keep you entertained with words and pictures.

We just have two concerts left in London with Daniel Harding and then we leave the next morning so I had better start packing. Now where is that factor 50?



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About LSO

The London Symphony Orchestra is one of the world's top orchestras. Our home is at the Barbican Centre in the City of London where we play over 80 concerts every year, but we also spend quite a bit of time out on the road, touring all over the world. Recently we have toured to Germany, France, Russia, New York, Japan, Holland, Hungary, Austria, Belgium, Italy, Switzerland and Lithuania; and coming up this year are China, Taiwan, Malaysia, Japan, Hong Kong, Spain, Portugal, Florida, Romania and a return visit to New York, where we are resident at the Lincoln Center.
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1 Response to Coast to…er…the…same coast actually

  1. misschicago says:

    Big British population in Florida. But I am sure your audience will be a good mix of Brits and Americans. LSO belongs to The World! 🙂

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