Music Of Today

Get closer to contemporary classical music in the Philharmonia's free, early evening Music of Today series. This season, join the Orchestra as they present works inspired by American pop, electronics-infused compositions and world premieres by the next generation of composers – all for free at Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall.

Unsuk Chin

Unsuk Chin is the Artistic Director of our Music of Today series.

Unsuk Chin was born in 1961 in Seoul, South Korea.  She studied with Sukhi Kang in Seoul and with György Ligeti in Hamburg, and she has lived in Germany since 1985. Her music has attracted international conductors including Simon Rattle, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Kent... Read More

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The Philharmonia Orchestra gratefully acknowledges Esa-Pekka Salonen’s support of Music of Today

Upcoming Concerts

Thursday 7 Jun 2018, 6pmRoyal Festival Hall, London

Anna-Maria Helsing conductor


Waley-Cohen Ink

Leung Music From The World

Birman Adagio


Part of
17/18
LONDON SEASON

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Thursday 27 Sep 2018, 6pmPurcell Room, London

Pierre-André Valade conductor


Salome Kammer soprano

Hilary Summers alto


Zender Cabaret Voltaire for soprano and orchestraUK premiere

Manoury Blackout - Monodramas for contralto and ensembleUK premiere


Part of
18/19
LONDON SEASON

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Sunday 20 Jan 2019, 8pmPurcell Room, London

Dalia Stasevska conductor


Claire Chase flute


Fujikura Concerto for flute and ensembleUK premiere

Norman Try for ensemble


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18/19
LONDON SEASON

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Friday 5 Apr 2019, 6pmQueen Elizabeth Hall, London

Jonathan Stockhammer conductor


Wu Wei sheng


Tiensuu Hehkuu for sheng and ensembleUK premiere

Jia The Wind Sounds in the Sky for sheng, cello & percussion

Adámek New work for sheng and ensembleUK premiere


Part of
18/19
LONDON SEASON

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