If you've ever dreamed of conducting at the Royal Albert Hall, 8 July 2012 could be your lucky day. Click on the image to download the details.

Sunday 8 July 2012


Royal Albert Hall, 7.30 pm.
Buy audience tickets from the Royal Albert Hall: click here

Rehearsals for singers on the day

Latest news

Wednesday 27 June: Calling all budding maestros!  As part of our fund-raising for the National Autistic Society, the post-interval auction will include the chance to conduct the orchestra.  Download the details here (opens in a new window).

Also, you can now pre-order your deluxe 2-CD set of the live recording of this concert.  You can do it online by clicking here (opens in a new window), or you can download, print and post this order form (opens in a new window). Prices on the download form and on the web are correct; there were errors in printed order forms posted to our Members—please see details for singers for more information.

Tuesday 15 May: Booking for this event has been very strong, with all but a few ‘downstairs’ seats sold.  We have therefore decided to open the Circle to singers at the reduced price of £25 per seat.  An amended booking form has been uploaded.

Take me straight to the booking form.

Come to the Royal Albert Hall and be part of the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad—join us for the world première of Karl Jenkins’ Olympic-inspired work: Gods of Olympus. Against the backdrop of ‘London 2012’, Jenkins has used his own ‘mythical’ language to depict four of the ancient Greek deities: Zeus, Hermes, Aphrodite and Hephaestus. Anyone who sings, and is able to do some homework on their own to learn the notes, is invited to be part of this exciting event: download the booking form (follow the links above) and come and join in!

We were delighted to learn that this concert had been awarded an ‘Inspire’ Mark by the London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games, and could therefore claim affiliation to the Cultural Olympiad. The evening will also feature Jenkins’ celebrated work The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace, and the concert will start with an orchestral favourite: Eric Coates’s London Suite.

As well as two rehearsals on the day (11.00 am and 2.30 pm), there will be a singing workshop on 16 June for anyone who feels they would benefit from some help with learning the notes: click here to find out more.

Additional information about this concert (featured artists, supported charity, etc) can be found here.

You can download chorus notes here (opens in a new window).