Best venues for concerts and opera in London are the Royal Albert Hall, the Barbican Centre, the Cadogan Hall and the Southbank Centre.
Enjoy most famous classical festival, the BBC Sir Henry Wood Promenade concerts, well-known the Proms are most of the time hold at the Royal Albert Hall. Beautiful churches in London hold also classic concerts: Shoreditch Church, Christ Church and Grosvenor Chapel.
Located in South Kensington, City of Westminter, London, the Royal Albert Hall is easy to recognize with its typical archictecture. This place is famous for holding every year in the summer the Proms.
The building was built originally as a memorial to Queen Victoria's husband. The inauguration was on March 1871. The Queen has declared: "This Hall is now open".
Since the great opening, we have seen over 150,000 events including classical concerts.
The Southbank Centre is located on the South Bank of the River Thames in London. There are three buildings: the Royal Festival Hall, the Queen Elisabeth Hall and the Hayward Gallery. It's the largest Centre for the arts.
It opened in 1951 for the National Exhibition, the Festival of Britain and was extended later in the 1960. Now the Southbank Centre hold thousand performances and has three million of visitors every year.
Address: Fairfield Hall Park Lane, Croydon London
Address: Cadogan Hall, Sloane Terrace London. The Cadogan Hall is located in the Chelsea area of London. The building was originally a church. Now it's a magnificent concert hall and the home of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Beautiful churches hold London classical concerts. One of them is the Shoreditch Church, located in the Shoreditch area of London (in the London Borough of Hackney, part of the inner of London).
The church, of ancient origin has remarkable acoustics. A great place for concerts!
The Anglican Christ Church Spitalfields is located on Commercial street in the the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. The organ with two thousand pipes was the largest of England.