Programmes across a range of instruments and specialisms: from opera to jazz, music therapy to composition
Barbican, London Symphony Orchestra & Guildhall School of Music & Drama release the first concept designs for their project to create a world class Centre for Music in London.
On 29 January, New York bassist Rufus Reid performs his 2012 work 'Quiet Pride' inspired by the sculptures of the African–American artist Elizabeth Catlett.
Endellion Quartet's Andrew Watkinson leads the Guildhall String Ensemble on a journey through classic repertoire, from the despair of Shostakovich’s String Quartet No 8 to the joy of Tchaikovsky’s String Serenade.
Guildhall presents four productions: Phoebe Eclair-Powell’s 'Fury', Lisa D’Amour’s 'Detroit', Ameera Conrad and the Company’s 'Towers' and Euripides’ 'Orestes'
A major new experience will bring to life the history of animals in the city, told from the unique perspective of the animals themselves.
Guildhall, Islington Council and Barbican Centre join to create new Islington Music Hub
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From open day to opening night, it all starts with Guildhall. Watch the student journey in our new video.