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Venue: St George's Bristol

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AddressGreat George Street
Off Park Street
Bristol
South-West
BS1 5RR
United Kingdom
Google maps51° 27' 15.785" N 2° 36' 9.442" W
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BristolRossini, Barber, Brahms

Rossini, Barber, Brahms
Bristol Concert Orchestra; Stefan Hofkes; Eloisa-Fleur Thom
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Memoirs of a Pear-Shaped Life: the essence of Satie

Anne Lovett © Charles Padley Artists
In Memoirs of a Pear-Shaped Life, Erik Satie, the eccentric French Normandy composer, was defined on stage in three different forms, each with a bowler hat, in a music theatre performance of Satie's life.
***11
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Labèque sisters captivate with Schubert and Glass

Katia and Marielle Labèque © Umberto Nicoletti
Two interlocking grand pianos, the front with its lid removed, centred the stage of pale pink lights at St George’s. The Labèque sisters, Katia and Marielle perform Ravel, Schubert, Bernstein and Glass. 
****1
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Birthday Bach from the OAE at St George's, Bristol

Laurence Cummings © Robert Workman
Laurence Cummings and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment celebrate two anniversaries in a programmed of works by Johann Sebastian Bach and his sons. 
****1
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Fantastic fugues from the Brodsky

Brodsky Quartet © Eric Richmond
The fugue made an interesting subject for the Brodsky Quartet’s concert at St Georges. The programme delved into the fugue’s cross over between eras, from Baroque, all the way to early expressionism.
****1
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Telemann insights from Boothby in Bristol

Richard Boothby © Liam Byrne
Richard Boothby gave a simple and informative evening’s concert of Telemann’s 12 fantasias at St Georges, Bristol.
***11
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Between worlds: sensational Avi Avital

Avi Avital © Harald Hoffmann
To see three passionate ambassadors of their instruments performing together made a sensationally satisfying evening at St Georges, Bristol.
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The Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra and Michael Barenboim

In the first of two performances of this concert, St. George’s welcomed Michael Barenboim and the Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra, previously known as the Oxford Philomusica.
***11
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An evening with Julian Lloyd Webber

Having recently retired after a herniated disc weakened his bowing arm, Julian Lloyd Webber took to the stage last night at St George’s, Bristol as part of a tour he had created to tribute and reflect upon his performance career as one of the world’s leading cellists.
**111
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