Concerts that were due to take place at the Centre between March and July 2020 have been rescheduled for 2021
The Barbican has announced that a selection of concerts that were due to take place at the Centre between March and July have now been rescheduled for 2021, subject to Government guidance.
Huw Humphreys, Barbican’s Head of Music says: ‘This is an extraordinarily challenging time for the arts and artists. At the Barbican, we exist to bring artists together, to create together and to connect people across the world, and so this current situation goes against everything we’re here to do. By putting these rescheduled concerts on sale, we want to support artists and our partners in the music industry, and make sure we’re able to get up and running as soon as the guidance allows us to. Until then we are looking how we can stay connected to artists and audiences in different ways.’
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The rescheduled concerts and artists include the violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter in recital performing Beethoven sonatas (now on 23 February 2021). Tickets for her original concert remain valid for the new date.
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