The BSO in Plymouth thrilled with another superb performance, but it was the empathy and rapport between conductor and soloist that stood out
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The BSO are bringing some Caledonian Grandeur to Plymouth Guildhall in the form Mozart, Sibelius, Tchaikovsky and Mendelssohn.
Plymouth Philharmonic Choir press officer Jane Hawker has some exciting news about a Choral Workshop taking place at the end of next month.
The BSO brought melody and some stunning performances to a packed and appreciative Plymouth Guildhall audience
The London Mozart Players are fantastic and coming to Plymouth. Philip R Buttall spoke to Bob Taub about a musical resurgence in the city
Torbay Symphony Orchestra will be taking audiences on a journey through the Romantic era with a weekend of concerts at KEVICC
The BSO will be in Plymouth Guildhall with a BSO Leverhulme Young Conductor in Association, Victor Aviat for a concert of ‘soothing classical music’
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra has announced its 2018/19 season, its tenth with Kirill Karabits as Chief Conductor, with over 150 performances in Poole, Bournemouth, Exeter, Bristol, Portsmouth, Cheltenham and other towns and cities across the South and South West.
With Anne Kimber at the helm Plymouth Symphony Orchestra impressed again and soloist Alexander Ullman’s performance was ‘as good as you’re ever likely to hear. Fitting for Saint Cecilia’s Day. Philip R Buttall reviews
The 110th Anniversary Concert For Improving Lives Plymouth is taking place in celebratory fashion at the Plymouth Guildhall
Violinist Leland Chen joined Ten Tors Orchestra for a performance at the Minster Church of St Andrew, Plymouth. Philip R Buttall reviews
With echoes of Haydn’s Surprising Symphony, Shockwaves by Plymouth University Professor of Computer Music Eduardo Miranda will be performed at The House
Savitri Grier joined Plymouth Symphony Orchestra for a sparkling performance at Plymouth Guildhall, where soloist and orchestra played as one
Violinist Savitri Grier joins Plymouth Symphony Orchestra for two concerts in March with a programme of Beethoven, Rachmaninoff, and Bruch
It became one of those performances that are rare in extreme. Philip R Buttall reviews the PSO with Mihai Ritivoiu in Plymouth