By BCO_orchestra at 10:12 on 06/11/12
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Bristol Concert Orchestra offers a concert to delight and thrill on Saturday 8 December at St George's Bristol under conductor Stefan Hofkes.
The concert opens with a seasonal touch in Delius' delightful Winter Night (Sleigh Ride) and Virtuoso cellist Joseph Spooner ('a joy to listen to' - The Times) will then enthral with Tchaikovsky's Variations on a Rococo Theme - heard here in Tchaikovsky's rarely-performed original version. The concert will conclude with Mahler's 5th Symphony: Evoking despair, grief, anger, anxiety, profound love (in the Adagietto - famously used in the film 'Death in Venice') and finally explosive Joy, prepare to be swept away by this emotional and virtuosic juggernaut.
A true winter-warmer!
There will be a retiring collection in aid of Parkinson's UK.
Tickets £15, £13, £10, £8 (concessions £2 discount), children £1 are available from St George's Bristol in person, by phone: 0845 40 24 001 or online: http://tinyurl.com/cp8go6z
Advertised prices include a £1 per ticket optional donation to St George's. Booking fees may apply at St George's, depending on purchase method (no fees if buying in person with cash)
Mahler Symphony 5, Tchaikovsky and Delius Bristol Concert Orchestra
Bristol Concert Orchestra in concert at St George's Bristol
Date: Saturday, December 08, 2012
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