BBC Proms comes to the Tube
We hope that passengers will enjoy the free concert
A viola quartet from the BBC Symphony Orchestra will be playing between 13:00 and 14:00.
This short performance is part of the BBC Proms Out+About project, where for one day only some of London's finest musicians serenade new audiences with free live music in unusual locations across the Capital.
The BBC Symphony Orchestra is the flagship orchestra of the Proms.
Each year they perform over 12 Proms, including the First and Last Nights.
Listen while you travel
The classical viola players will be taking centre stage on one of the London Underground (LU) busking pitches at the station.
Richard Parry, Director of Strategy and Service Development for LU said: 'The London Underground busking scheme continues to be a great success with the travelling public.
'We welcome the collaboration with BBC proms and the opportunity to bring this music to our customers.
'We hope that passengers will enjoy the free concert.'
LU is looking for a new sponsor for the popular busking scheme to start from the end of July.
Offers are welcome and will be considered.
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