LSO St. Luke's

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futtock21
London, UK11,095 contributions
Return of live music
Oct 2020 • Solo
It’s exhilarating for performers and audience members alike to experience live music making in these challenging times. The LSO continues its mission to bring its performances to the largest possible audience by way of live streaming. This afternoon an enterprising programme of music for piano and oboe performed by Olivier Stankiewitz and Alistair Beaton of Britten’s early Temporal Variations and an arrangement of Mozart’s Violin Sonata K378 either side of arrangements of Romances by the US composer Yusef Lateef inspired by Schumann. All in all quite an education with presenter Rachel Leach inciting questions from audience members both in person and online about the pieces and the two different oboes played.
Written October 23, 2020
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CliveD1802
Milton Keynes, UK128 contributions
Excellent venue.
Feb 2020
Now attended this venue for a second time and it really is quite special. Excellent facilities and great acoustics.
Written March 1, 2020
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Marianne C
Burnham, UK840 contributions
Wow, brilliant venue!
Apr 2019 • Couples
Lunchtime concert for 3 Lang Lang Mentees as part of the Leeds Piano Festival. Great space, fabulous musicians, so easy to reach from Old St Tube. Will be back.
Written April 4, 2019
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Theodoti
Nicosia, Cyprus1,760 contributions
Amazing acoustics
Mar 2019 • Family
Attended a BBC Radio 3 lunchtime concert at this wonderful venue which we greatly enjoyed. The building has amazing acoustics.
Written March 29, 2019
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john c
Brighton, UK51 contributions
Great spot
Jan 2019 • Couples
Lovely space, impressive externally. Café a bit limited but there you go. Also, for a large, pretty cavernous venue, cosy and warm in January!
Written January 7, 2019
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Ian C
London, UK23,970 contributions
A gem in the East End
Oct 2018 • Business
I have often walked past the church and admired its architecture. What I did not realise is that it lay derelict for 40 years in the late 20th century until it was restored and given a splendid new roof on a new structure.

It was a splendid evening of music, drinks, nibbles and literature in this great venue.
Written October 10, 2018
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Tim121home
Southampton, UK2,092 contributions
Delightful place
Oct 2018 • Business
Visited for a mini conference and the setting is superb.
Wonderful historic church, architecturallly beautiful and the ideal place for the conference.
Acoustics are excellent and I would love to visit for a music recital.
Written October 4, 2018
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sa1gon
London, UK831 contributions
Great venue - with great acoustics
Jan 2018 • Couples
We visited this venue, as we were attending Bernstein Revealed.

This was a great venue, and it was very comfortable. There were small tables at the front and raked seating further back, plus the balcony, which did appear quite high.

The acoustics were amazing and there is also a café/bar with very reasonable prices for London. I am not sure if you can access the it if you are disabled, as it was down a spiral staircase. However, you can bring cold drinks into the auditorium.

All in all it was a great venue and a good night out.
Written January 30, 2018
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Jassim Al-Kanani
Harrow, UK647 contributions
I was there for BBC’s Question Time...
Jan 2017 • Solo
I had never visited the London Symphony Orchestra’s new home. St. Luke’s near Angel Tube Station makes the ideal home and the acoustics are fantastic for the purpose with the few obvious adaptations which have been made.

My visit was to take part as a member of the audience on the BBC’s Question Time programme and I managed to say hello to the brilliant David Dimbleby!

Great programme of events on offer and make use of deconsecrated buildings put to such good use: a victory of atheism/secularism; art and democracy!!
Written October 3, 2017
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ellilaura
Rome, Italy64 contributions
Re-Work location
Mar 2017
I've been here during a convention. The location is just amazing! The atmosphere was great, and all the organisation of that event was perfect. St' Luke's is really close to the tube, and around it there are a lot of interesting buildings, if you are passionate about architecture.
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Written June 19, 2017
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