Glorious Mozart - T224831092
|24 Mar 17||Theatre Royal, Plymouth :: V895|
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Heroes & Legends - T0532805939Experience the thrill of a live symphony orchestra performing some of the most memorable film and television themes ever written. A gargantuan feast of Hollywood glitz and glamour features music old and new written by multi-award winning composers from the golden age of cinema to the present: Elmer Bernstein, Hans Zimmer, Maurice Jarre, Miklos Rozsa, James Horner, Erich Korngold, Alexandre Desplat, Tan Dun and, of course, the godfather of the film score, John Williams.Conductor Pete Harrison.
|11 Mar 17||Lighthouse (previously known as Poole Arts Centre), Poole :: V910|
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|Jean-Guihen Queyras (cello). Conductor Frank Zielhorst.|
|21 Jan 16||Theatre Royal, Plymouth :: V895|
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with Michael Petrov - T01663019985One of the UK's leading and most dynamic orchestras opens our International Concert Series with a programme including Weber, Dvorak and Brahms.
|17 Sep 15||Queen's Theatre, Barnstaple :: V883|
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BSO Classical Extravaganza - T292183609Back by popular demand, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra once again brings the best of classical music with spectacular lasers and indoor fireworks to the Colston Hall this July. Whether you like Johann Strauss' and Tchaikovsky's sweeping waltzes and polkas, Bernstein's and Gershwin's masterpieces with a jazzy twist, or the beautiful melodic lines of Greensleeves and the splendour of Pomp & Circumstances - there is something in it for everyone!Conductor Maxine Tortelier. Performer Jamie Crick.
|26 Jul 14||Colston Hall, Bristol :: V1410|
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|Radu Lupu (piano). Conductor Thomas Dausgaard.|
|7 Nov 13||Anvil Arts, Basingstoke :: V765|
listing details L1979275698
|Prokofiev (Sinfonia Concertante). Music Shostakovich (Symphony No 10). Performer Alisa Weilerstein (cello). Conductor Kirill Karabits.|
|3 Oct 13||Anvil Arts, Basingstoke :: V765|
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Bridge/Saint-Saens/Elgar - T0862326232Bridge's masterly tone poem contrasts colourful mercurial music with a hypnotically beautiful pastoral episode to great effect. Saint-Saens' concerto begins and ends with stormy and turbulent music, but these passages frame a central minuet of delicate beauty and charm. In his first symphony, Elgar followed the great tradition of symphonic writing while managing to add something entirely personal.The result was an immediate success, and it has remained one of his most performed works.Performer Jesper Svedberg (cello). Conductor David Hill.
|7 Mar 13||Anvil Arts, Basingstoke :: V765|
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|Alina Ibragimova (violin). Conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier.|
|3 May 12||Anvil Arts, Basingstoke :: V765|
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BSO 50th Anniversary Benevolent Fund Concert - T0264216006Led by Ukranian conductor Kirill Karabits, the exceptional Hough will perform Rachmaninov's Piano Concerto No 1, Rachmaninov's first ever work which is rarely performed live.Conductor Kirill Karabits. Performer Stephen Hough.
|1 Mar 12||Colston Hall, Bristol :: V1410|
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|25 May 08||Lighthouse (previously known as Poole Arts Centre), Poole :: V910|
listing details L0189587523
|Simone Lamsma (violin). Conductor Kirill Karabits.|
|19 Jan 12||Anvil Arts, Basingstoke :: V765|
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|Julian Rachlin (violin). Conductor Kirill Karabits.|
|12 Nov 11||Anvil Arts, Basingstoke :: V765|
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|Renaud Capucon (violin). Conductor Kirill Karabits.|
|7 Oct 11||Anvil Arts, Basingstoke :: V765|
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|31 Mar 11||Theatre Royal, Nottingham :: V462|
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Shimmering Szymanowski - T191440392Webern's realization is a tribute from one great music contrapuntalist to the inspiration and skill of his predecessor. He liked to call this orchestration ?his? Bach fugue, inferring that he had created something quite different from the original. Containing music of considerable originality and beauty, rich in glowing sound textures and displaying Szymanowski's penchant for sensuous, rhapsodic meditation, the likely inspiration for his Violin Concert No.1 was Noc Majowa, a poem by the Polish poet Tadeusz Micinski. Besides the famous story of his rededication, the Eroica is important because it was Beethoven's first truly Romantic composition. It opens with two staggering chords that announce to the world the arrival of a new talent, a forceful personality, a man never to be forgotten.Conductor Kirill Karabits. Performer Nicola Benedetti.
|19 Mar 11||Brighton Dome, Brighton :: V655|
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Welcome to Spring - T121384722Welcome to a country idyll! You know that spring is here when you start hearing the cuckoo and the mountain snows begin to melt to feed the streams and rivers that pass by villages and towns. As the sun brings warmth it is not long before the skylarks are calling to one another on warm thermals, but summer heat has its dangers, thunderstorms can catch you unawares and delay the harvest, and watch out for those pesky wasps! All this and more is conjured up here.Conductor Shuntaro Sato. Performer Petroc Trelawny.
|12 Mar 11||Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth :: V906|
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Arabian Nights - T507116092Strauss' Don Quixote is the most elaborate and richly detailed attempt to musically portray the adventures of Cervantes' romantically deranged hero. Three themes depicting Don Quixote, his love, Dulcinea, and Sancho Panza, are ingeniously transformed and combined as a succession of musical tableaux. Rimsky-Korsakov's Sheherazade follows the stories of Aladdin, Sinbad and Ali Baba, which have long since passed into folk legend in the West. The music overflows with four movements of invention, masterful orchestration, colour, beauty and excitement.Conductor Kirill Karabits.
|19 Feb 11||Brighton Dome, Brighton :: V655|
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Great Russian Tales - T1693374767Welcome to the Exotic East! Russian music is perhaps the best of all for telling stories, especially in the hands of Borodin, Rimsky-Korsakov and latterly by Khachaturian. You will be transported to the expansive plains of the Russian steppes, experience the royal court of warlord Prince Igor, feel the passion and heartbreak of love and romance from ancient Rome and rural Armenia and finally take to the waves with Sinbad and a voyage of adventure.Conductor Kirill Karabits. Performer Petroc Trelawny.
|12 Feb 11||Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth :: V906|
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Hall of Fame - T01668985928Welcome to four of the best! Masterpieces all and each a worthy claimant for the makes way for Bruch’s lyrical and ebullient concerto whilst Schubert’s beautiful yet unfinished symphony fades away before Tchaikovsky marches in with his explosive overture.Conductor BSO Young Conductor in Association. Performer Alexandra Soumm (violin). Performer Petroc Trelawny.
|29 Jan 11||Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth :: V906|
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New Year's Eve Viennese Gala - T1448571395
|31 Dec 10||Colston Hall, Bristol :: V1410|
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Northern Festival - T395523453Welcome to the land of the Vikings! All the pieces are inspired by the landscapes, history and folktales from Scotland and Scandinavia. Witness the majesty of Fingal’s Cave, join in the drink-fuelled revelries of an Orkney wedding and escape to the remote Northern regions of Finland and Norway.Conductor BSO Young Conductor in Association. Performer Petrock Trelawny (soloist).
|20 Nov 10||Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth :: V906|
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Invitation to the Dance - T1450145806Conductor Danail Rachev. Performer Shai Wosner (piano). Performer Petrock Trelawny (presenter).
|30 Oct 10||Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth :: V906|
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Indoor Outdoor Festival - T1110471290Three special concerts giving the atmosphere of an outdoor classical spectacular without the worry of the weather! See the Lighthouse Concert Hall as never before with the entire floor laid out with a synthetic grass lawn, plus special lighting and effects.
|25 Jun 10 to 26 Jun 10||Lighthouse (previously known as Poole Arts Centre), Poole :: V910|
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Alsop on Bernstein and Mahler - T897316736Marin Alsop conducts Gustav Mahler's great Resurrection Symphony in homage to Mahler's profound influence on Leonard Bernstein. Bernstein conducted the first complete cycle of Mahler's symphonies starting in 1960 and was an acknowledged devotee and expert of all his works. This performance brings together a large force of choirs for this celebratory event.Company Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. Company Southbank Sinfonia. Company SBC Voicelab. Conductor Marin Alsop. Performer Katherine Broderick (soprano). Performer Karen Cargill (mezzo0soprano).
|9 May 10||Southbank Centre, West End :: V423|
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|Louis Lortie (piano). Conductor Yan Pascal Tortelier.|
|25 Feb 10||Anvil Arts, Basingstoke :: V765|
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|Jian Wang (cello). Conductor Thomas Dausgaard.|
|12 Feb 10||Anvil Arts, Basingstoke :: V765|
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New Year Viennese Gala - T1301701277
|6 Jan 10||O2 Guildhall Southampton, Southampton :: V777|
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|22 Dec 09||O2 Guildhall Southampton, Southampton :: V777|
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New Year's Eve Viennese Concert - T1717185666
|31 Dec 09||Colston Hall, Bristol :: V1410|
listing details L571836453
|James Gaffigan. Performer John Lill (piano). Music Mozart (Idomeneo Ballet Music). Music Beethoven (Piano Concerto No 2). Music Dvorak (Symphony No 7).|
|3 Dec 09||Colston Hall, Bristol :: V1410|
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|Nikolai Lugansky (piano). Conductor Kirill Karabits.|
|26 Nov 09||Anvil Arts, Basingstoke :: V765|
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|Kirill Karabits. Performer Renaud Capucon (violin). Performer Martinu Frescos of Piero della Francesca. Music Bruch (Violin Concerto). Music Sibelius (Symphony No 2).|
|29 Oct 09||Colston Hall, Bristol :: V1410|
listing details L16450260
|Vadim Rudenko (piano). Conductor Kirill Karabits.|
|8 Oct 09||Anvil Arts, Basingstoke :: V765|
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|4 Dec 08||Colston Hall, Bristol :: V1410|
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|Marin Alsop. Performer Jean-Yves Thibaudet (piano).|
|14 Nov 08||Anvil Arts, Basingstoke :: V765|
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|9 Oct 08||Colston Hall, Bristol :: V1410|
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A Weekend of Russian Music - T1010156901Performer Elisabeth Leonskaja (piano). Performer Charlotte Riedijk (Sun - soprao). Performer Liza Ferschtman (Sun - violin). Performer Maria Milstein (Sun - violin). Performer Benjamin Marquise-Gilmour (Sun - viola). Performer Dmitri Ferschtman (Sun - cello).
|13 Sep 08 to 14 Sep 08||Malvern Theatres, Malvern :: V01718852442|
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|20 Dec 15||O2 Guildhall Southampton, Southampton :: V777|
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|26 Nov 15||The Great Hall, Exeter :: V0399253055|
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|7 Oct 10||Colston Hall, Bristol :: V1410|
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|22 Apr 10||Colston Hall, Bristol :: V1410|
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|22 Jan 09||Corn Exchange, Cambridge :: V21|
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|14 Jan 09 to 6 May 09||Lighthouse (previously known as Poole Arts Centre), Poole :: V910|
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|9 Apr 08 to 9 Aug 08||Lighthouse (previously known as Poole Arts Centre), Poole :: V910|
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