The LPO's 2010-11 season details are now online (though not open for public booking until 15 February).
There's a noticeable absence of the sort of bold, overscaled (if not always successful) programming Jurowski has turned out in the past. But then half empty halls and a missing £2.3m yet to be recovered from their ex-finance director perhaps don't encourage a spirit of adventure.
The inevitable and protracted Mahler anniversary tribute will extend over fifteen concerts, and the rest of the schedule is largely packed with guaranteed audience-pleasers from the likes of Beethoven and Tchaikovsky. Only five evenings feature new works, all on the short side.
Guests include Anna Caterina Antonacci in Berlioz's La Mort de Cléopâtre on 16 February 2011, Christine Brewer in Strauss''s Four Last Songs on 4 May 2011 and Christian Gerhaher with songs from Des knaben Wunderhorn on 28 May 2011.
Leif Ove Andsnes, Evgeny Kissin, Hélène Grimaud and the underrated Andreas Haefliger are amongst the visiting pianists.A whizzy new website feature allows you to flip through the new season brochure.