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Música clásica, ópera, ballet y danza en Poole, Reino Unido

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Exhilarating Russian and Polish repertoire from the BSO

Simone Lamsma © Otto van den Toorn
At the helm of a highly responsive Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Robert Trevino led commanding performances of two Russian symphonies and a forthright account of Szymanowski's First Violin Concerto.

James Feddeck and the BSO excel in Poole

James Feddeck © Terry Johnston

American maestro James Feddeck draws demonstrable vigour and memorable performances from the BSO in core repertoire.

Bournemouth Symphony bring pre-Christmas treats to Poole

Kirill Karabits © Konrad Cwik
A concert of ear-catching tunes from the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra swept by under the efficient and occasionally uninvolved direction of Kirill Karabits.

Hard-driven Brahms from Clemens Schuldt and the Bournemouth SO

Clemens Schuldt © Marco Borggreve

German and Latvian musicians joined the BSO for an evening of Romantic repertoire with variable results.

Schubert and Bruckner torsos from Poole

Ion Marin © Courtesy of the BSO
A programme built on a pair of unfinished symphonies drew variable performances spanning the pedestrian to the powerfully grandiose.

Brilliant “Images and Dreams” from the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra

Robert Treviño © DR
Mixed performances from Poole but with an unforgettable Symphonie fantastique that was both illuminating and electrifying.