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The LSO will perform Symphony No 9 by Mahler
under the baton of Sir Simon Rattle
on Thursday, the 19 th of April 2018.

London Business School Anniversary Trust is an exempt charity that promotes education and learning.

The sole trustee of the Trust is London Business School Trust Company Limited (Reg. No. 910968). The two members of this company are the Chairman of the Governing Body and the Dean of the School, who hold their shares in the company as nominees of the School.

The address of the Trust is London Business School Anniversary Trust, Regent's Park, London NW1 4SA.

Jurowski prefaced it with two short works for violin and orchestra – Chausson’s Poème and Respighi’s Autumn Poem – played by the excellent Julia Fischer . The Chausson was all restrained lyricism and warmth. Respighi says more, perhaps, about autumn in 15 minutes than Marx manages in over an hour, and his mastery of orchestral textures is, of course, second to none: the closing pages, as colour drains from the score and the harshness of winter looms, are both exquisite and deeply touching.

Please contact Alan Grant if you would like to support the orchestra and Lev Parikian  with enquiries about playing membership.

Number of torchbearers:  around 500 in Greece and 8 000 in Great Britain
Total distance:  15 775 km including 2 900 km in Greece and 12 875 in Great Britain
Countries crossed:  Greece, Great Britain

The album was a project started in 1999 by keyboardist Jon Lord , who sought to recreate the band's innovative 1969 album, Concerto for Group and Orchestra , of which the original score was lost. With the help of Marco de Goeij , a fan who was also a musicologist and composer, the two painstakingly recreated the lost score, and Lord elected to have the band perform it once more at the Royal Albert Hall, but this time with the London Symphony Orchestra rather than the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra , and with Paul Mann as conductor rather than Malcolm Arnold . The concert also featured songs from each member's solo careers, as well as a short Deep Purple set, and guest musicians such as Ronnie James Dio , the Steve Morse Band , and Sam Brown . In early 2001, two similar concerts were also performed in Tokyo, and were released as part of the Soundboard Series box set .

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