the London Symphony Orchestra who appears on their albums, Bach to Brubeck, Beethoven: Symphony No. 7/Triple Concerto, The Dust Bowl Symphony, Epiphany, Holst: The Planets, James Macmillan: The World’s Ransoming/The
Confession of Isobel Gowdie, Mahler: Symphony No. 7, Music of Hope, Sibelius: Symphonies Nos 1 & 4, Sibelius: Symphony No. 2/Pohjola’s
Daughter, Smetana: Ma Vlast,
the soundtrack of Star Wars, Symphony No. 1 Inspired by The Lord of
the Rings by Johan de Meij, and Zappa: Vols. 1-2.
and 15th July 2007, he directed a string players’ course
at Benenden Village Hall in Kent, England.
The LSO were
joined by tenor Roberto Alagna on 2nd May
2008 at Barbican Hall for an evening of highlights from Verdi operas such
as Aida, La forza del destino,
I Lombardi, Luisa Miller, Macbeth,
and Il trovatore.
2009, Keith participated in the LSO’s “Symphonic
Masters” series at Lincoln
Center that included Franz
Schubert’s “Symphony No. 5 in B flat major, D. 485” and “Symphony
No. 8 in B minor, D. 759” (“Unfinished”) and Gustav
Mahler’s Das Lied von der Erde, “Symphony
No. 4 in G major” and “Symphony No. 9 in D major”.
He took part
in their “UBS Soundscapes” program in
October 2010. These concerts
featured “A Gentle Infinity” by Dorothy Ker, Glagolitic Mass by Leos Janacek with the
London Symphony Chorus, “Symphony No. 2” by Sir Edward Elgar, “Trickster”
by Sasha Siem, “Violin Concerto” by Antonin Dvorak, “Violin
Concerto” by Felix Mendelssohn.
March 2011, the LSO performed the world premiere of “Halo” by Vlad Maistorov, and Ludwig
van Beethoven’s “Piano Concerto No. 3”, with soloist
Jonathan Biss, and “Symphony No. 7”.