Following the success of their debut tour last summer, the Street Orchestra of London is back and taking to the streets of London and Brighton this Easter bank holiday weekend (April 13-16).

The theme of this year's tour is Music & Migration: all the works we'll perform have been written by refugee and migrant composers – from Handel to Kurt Weill and Bartók to The Fugees. 

The tour will feature a UK premiere by Aftab Darvishi, an Iranian composer, as well as a piece we commissioned by Freya Waley-Cohen, one of our associate composers. 

Make sure to keep an eye on SOL's Twitter and Facebook for further location and times updates.