Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Poole, United Kingdom

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PooleSmooth Classics

Grieg, Vaughan Williams, Dvořák, Mendelssohn
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; Victor Aviat

PooleBruckner Transcended

Mozart, Bruckner
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; Kirill Karabits; Robert Levin

PooleAn Artist's Reply

Prokofiev, Rachmaninov, Shostakovich
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; Vassily Sinaisky; Kirill Gerstein

PooleHandel's Messiah

Handel: Messiah
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; Laurence Cummings; Mhairi Lawson; James Hall; Nicholas Scott; Edward Grint

PooleLast Night of the Christmas Proms

Anderson
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; Pete Harrison; Annie Skates; James Spilling

PooleThe Snowman

Blake, Tchaikovsky
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; Hugh Brunt; Pui Fan Lee
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Fresh-sounding Weber and fiercely energetic Mahler

Stunning musicianship and passionate commitment gave two repertoire works a new lease of life. 
****1
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German Romanticism from the BSO

Schumann and Wagner were twinned in a programme focusing on works written in 1850 with impressvie results. 
****1
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Luminous Lutosławski from Karabits and the BSO

Karabits leads an adventurous programme at the BSO’s Poole home, with flamboyant violinist Nemanja Radulović on surprisingly refined form in the Barber Concerto.
***11
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Impressive Rachmaninov, revelatory Martinů in Poole

The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra produced wonderfully supportive playing for pianist Alexander Romanovsky in Rachmaninov’s youthful First Piano Concerto and vividly brought to life Martinů’s Fourth Symphony.
****1
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Quirine Viersen impresses in Walton’s Cello Concerto

The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra produced a varied programme at their Lighthouse concert, but with mixed results: illuminating Walton, but uneven Sibelius.
****1
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Dreams and elusive shades: Dutilleux at The Lighthouse

Cellist Jean-Guihen Queyras and the BSO capture the contrasting colours in French and Russian music. 
****1
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