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BARBICAN HALL, Barbican Centre EC2 The largest performing arts centre in Europe, the Barbican is a fascinating multi-arts organisation offering the finest in classical and contemporary music concerts (also  theatre, cinemas and  art galleries. All this and many eateries are housed in a highly unique Grade II ‘brutalist’ architecture complex. Barbican, St Paul’s and Moorgate tube stations

CADOGAN HALL, Chelsea SW1 A leading venue for classical music concerts and home of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Initially built as a church in 1907, the hall boasts a large foyer and a 950-seat auditorium with excellent acoustics. 2 minutes Sloane Square tube

KINGS PLACE, King’s Cross N1 Contemporary music and arts complex hosting classical and jazz music concerts with two music halls, surrounding galleries and cafe. 6 minutes King’s Cross St. Pancras tube

 ROYAL FESTIVAL HALL, Southbank Centre SE1 Home of the London Philharmonic Orchestra, this 2500 capacity classical music venue boasts a global reputation and is impressively located on the Southbank of the River Thames. Grade 1 listed beautiful building , with it’s unique flooring structure & vast airy spaces and seriously  “modernist”  50’s type sensibilty.   3 minutes Waterloo, 9 minutes Embankment tube

ROYAL OPERA HOUSE, Covent Garden WC2 A magnificent and centrally located 19th Century opera house globally renowned for exquisite classical, opera and dance performances. Home of the Royal Opera and Royal Ballet . 3 minutes Covent Garden tube 

ST JAMES’S CHURCH, Piccadilly W1J 17th Century church designed by the prestigious Peter Wren offering lunchtime classical recitals on Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays. Free to the public. Donations appreciated. 3 minutes Piccadilly Circus tube

ST PAUL’S CHURCH, Covent Garden WC2 A handsome 17th century church popularly known as the ‘Actor’s Church’ hosting over 400 events a year including classical concerts and musical theatre. 2 minutes Covent Garden tube

SPITALFIELDS MUSIC, Spitalfields E2 East-end music charity bringing the community together by hosting two annual festivals and classical music events throughout the year. 4 minutes Bethnal Green tube

WIGMORE HALL, Marylebone W1A striking Victorian-era concert venue specialising in chamber music recitals. Refurbished in 2005, Wigmore Hall is famed for its acoustics, intimate mood and stunning arts and crafts cupola.  6 minutes Bond Street, 8 minutes Oxford Circus tube

WILTON’S MUSIC HALL, Whitechapel E1 Step into Victorian London at the world’s oldest music hall. A grade II listed building located in the historic East End, Wilton’s offers a variety of live performance art including classical concerts, theatre, opera and cabaret. 10 minutes Aldgate East, 11 minutes Tower Hill tube