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Music in London
London is home to all types of music from classical to jazz , below you will find a small selection including information on London's Orchestra's and venues.

Rock & Pop
Rock and Pop Music
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Classical
Classical Music
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Live music venues in London :-

Shepherd's Bush Empire

Hammersmith Apollo

Brixton Academy

London Astoria

The Mean Fiddler

Barfly

London Jazz Café

Fabric Night Club

Royal Opera House

The Forum Kentish Town

Wembley Arena

Other London Venues

London Coliseum Theatre
The Coliseum is home to the English National Opera who perform works throughout the year except for Christmas and occasionally in the summer when the ballet takes over. All works are sung in English and you can get some good offers on tickets. For more information on the London Coliseum Theatre - click here
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Royal Albert Hall
The Royal Albert Hall was built in 1863 as a memorial to Prince Albert who died in 1861. The Hall was finally compelled in 1871 and can seat 8000. The Hall holds many events including rock concerts, but it is most famous for the classical music concerts that it holds including the BBC Proms, The Proms run from July to September.
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Royal Philharmonia Orchestra
The Royal Philharmonia Orchestra is based at the Royal Festival Hall which is part of the South Bank Centre. The views that the South Bank Centre offer along the Thames are worth a visit by themselves, but do catch a concert as well if you can.
www.philharmonia.co.uk

London Symphony Orchestra
The London Symphony Orchestra is one of the largest orchestras in Europe and one of the best. It was formed in 1904 by its 50 members after they had a dispute with the Queen's Hall Orchestra and decided to form their own orchestra, which they could govern themselves. Resident at the Barbican Center the orchestra plays both new and traditional music.
www.lso.co.uk

St Martin-in-the-Field
St Martin-in-the-Field offers a wide range of concerts in the tranquil setting of the church. The lunch time concerts at 1.05pm are free of charge and are usually performed by students.
www.stmartin-in-the-fields.org

Ronnie Scotts
Ronnie Scotts has been going for 40 years, located off Leicester Square it is twinned with another club in Birmingham. Most acts play for about a week, but be warned the music is great but the drinks are pricey!
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