Tired of the crush to get home everyday? Take shelter from the rush hour with our new concert series, launching on 2 April. 

Recent studies show that having the flexibility to avoid the rush-hour commute can help reduce stress and promote a healthier lifestyle. While scientific research proves time and time again that listening to classical music significantly lowers blood pressure, relieves anxiety and stress, aids sleep and improves emotional connections. 

At ROSL, we take your health and well-being seriously! We’ve launched a new series of ROSL Rush Hour Concerts to provide the perfect antidote to the stresses of modern living. Packaged into just one-hour, the regular Tuesday night concerts showcase exceptional talent playing excellent, accessible classical music from Beethoven to Gershwin via jazz and world music.

Tuesday 2 April, 6.30pm
ROSL Rush Hour: Britten Sinfonia

Tuesday 16 April, 6.30pm
ROSL Rush Hour: Jonathan Radford – Melody Maker

Tuesday 30 April, 6.30pm
ROSL Rush Hour: Marmen Quartet with John Myerscough

Tuesday 14 May, 6.30pm
ROSL Rush Hour: Richard Michael: A History of Jazz Piano

Tuesday 25 June, 6.30pm
ROSL Rush Hour: Kabantu 

Tuesday 9 July, 6.30pm
ROSL Rush Hour: Pegasus Chamber Choir 

£12 ROSL Members and Friends of ROSL ARTS, £16 General admission, £5 Students. Book here

Season ticket £60 ROSL Members and Friends of ROSL ARTS, £80 General admissionBook here

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