The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra has enjoyed more than sixty-five years of success worldwide, giving first-class performances of a wide range of musical repertoire with artists of the highest calibre.
Along with the Orchestra’s London Concert Series at Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall, Cadogan Hall and the Royal Albert Hall, the Orchestra offers a comprehensive regional touring programme, including an established collaboration with the Aylesbury Waterside Theatre – offering world-class music at your doorstep!
The Orchestra has been performing at the Waterside Theatre since 2010; concerts full of the music that you know and love from some of the great classical giants, including Tchaikovsky, Elgar, Dvořák, Grieg and Rachmaninov. The Orchestra has been joined by outstanding talent; some of the finest performers of their generation, from young virtuoso Natasha Paremski and Classical BRIT Award winner Jack Liebeck to the much admired pianist John Lill, who celebrated his 70th birthday with the Orchestra in May. This October 28th is no exception, as the Orchestra returns to Aylesbury, bringing with them one of the world’s most exciting young conductors and winner of the Conductor Award at the Royal Philharmonic Society (RPS) Music Awards – the highest recognition for live classical music in the United Kingdom – Kirill Karabits.
Ian Maclay, Managing Director of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra said: "It is such a great pleasure to be back at Aylesbury’s vibrant Waterside Theatre and to bring with us a conductor as exciting as Kirill Karabits. With Karabits’ innate talent for conducting, this concert is set to be a stunning evening."