Plymouth Symphony Orchestra has summer concerts coming up with a fascinating and engaging collection of music from the UK and the US
Savitri Grier joined Plymouth Symphony Orchestra for a sparkling performance at Plymouth Guildhall, where soloist and orchestra played as one
The BSO brought melody and some stunning performances to a packed and appreciative Plymouth Guildhall audience
Plymouth Philharmonic Choir performs what some consider the epitome of Western civilization, Bach’s St Matthew Passion
The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra is coming to Plymouth Guildhall and bringing with them Natural Beauty and soloist Ning Feng
You would think that Plymouth Philharmonic Choir and Plymouth Symphony Orchestra would have performed together before, but no! This is a one-off
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra called into Plymouth Guilhall. Philip R Buttall was on hand to capture the experience of twice yearly event
The BSO will be in Plymouth Guildhall with a BSO Leverhulme Young Conductor in Association, Victor Aviat for a concert of ‘soothing classical music’
Plymouth Symphony Orchestra had fun, energy and surprising treats in store for their summer concert at Plymouth Guildhall.
Plymouth Symphony Orchestra’s summer concerts are taking place in Liskeard and Plymouth, featuring Rossini, Bizet, Verdi and Glazunov
The Plymouth Philharmonic Choir and The Orchestra Of The Band Of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines, Plymouth, will be performing together again on Sunday 18 March 2018 in Plymouth Guildhall at 7:30pm.
With guest conductor Christoph König, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra will perform ‘Elgar’s Cello Eulogy’ at Exeter University Great Hall, and Plymouth Guildhall
Plymouth Philharmonic Choir, orchestra and seven soloists did a superb job in bringing Monteverdi’s epic and challenging Vespers to life. Philip R Buttall reviews
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
Plymouth Symphony Orchestra with be at Plymouth Guildhall with a programme of Brahms, Albinoni, Borodin and Rachmaninov, featuring pianist Alexander Ullman