The event, which took place on Saturday (12 May), saw Blackout provide rigging and groundwork services.
The firm installed two 10-metre two-tonne PA towers and bespoke screen supports for the two five-metre by four-metre screens, which were hung either side of the stage to allow the audience to watch the classical performances up close.
The free open-air performance was attended by thousands of members of the public and conducted by Valery Gergiev, principal conductor of the LSO.
It featured a number of performances including one from 150 children from LSO Discovery, the orchestra’s music education and community programme.
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