A cultural beacon with global reach

Serving the South and South West of England, but with a national and international reputation, the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra has been a cultural beacon since its foundation in 1893.

Explore just how far and wide we've travelled

  • Performance venues we’ve visited
  • Communities we’ve worked with

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Cellist Johannes Moser is our latest BSO@Home guest. He chats to Heather, our Head of Concerts and Programming, about his musical memories and a unique lockdown project. 🎶🎵 Join them ‪at 7.30pm tonight‬: https://bit.ly/2xUtquF 
#BSOAtHome #InstaClassical @cellistjohannesmoser
We will always be grateful to Dame Ethel Smyth for the work she did in ensuring our music was brought to the fore. 🎶
Visit our Instagram story to test your knowledge on Dame Ethel Smyth!📝 #DameEthelSmyth #Bournemouth #InstaQuiz #BSOHistory #InstaClassical
#ICYMI: Musical partnership to chronicle historic moment as composer @shirleythompsonmusic commissioned to write for #BSOResound: bit.ly/2STlMaY @allianzmusic 🎶🎶🎶
📢Just announced: Musical partnership to chronicle historic moment as composer @shirleythompsonmusic commissioned to write for #BSOResound➡️bit.ly/2STlMaY 🎶🌟🎶 @allianzmusic
BSO Associate musician Hugh Nankivell is a popular figure across the South West, where he and his accordion are known for bringing cheer to care homes, hospitals and schools. 🎶 Find out more and make your musical suggestions: https://bsolive.com/projects/hughs-musical-walks/
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