World renowned pianist and conductor Daniel Barenboim is set to play a surprise free concert in the Turbine Hall of London’s Tate Modern tomorrow evening (Friday 8th April).
Barenboim will be joined by musicians of the Staatskapelle Berlin for this special event. The concert celebrates the 60th anniversary of the great pianist and conductor’s performing debut, as well as Barenboim’s continued championing of diversity and change through the arts.
Concert goers are invited to either watch the event for free live on the Turbine Hall Bridge, or join the simultaneous video relay in the Turbine Hall.
Entry to the event at the Tate Modern is completely free with limited capacity. The performance is due to start at 9pm.