At 11 January
Due to the continued national threat to public health, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra has postponed its live symphonic performances for January. A pre-recorded concert — of Berlioz and Dvořák, under the baton of Michael Seal — will be streamed on Wed 13 Jan, and we are exploring options for alternative programmes until it is safe to return to full symphonic concerts. Whilst we know that our weekly livestreamed concerts have brought joy for audiences throughout the South West and beyond, the wellbeing of our musicians, visiting artists and staff remains our highest priority during this challenging time.

Wed 13 Jan
Berlioz — Le Roi Lear
Dvořák — Symphony No.6 in D major. Op.60
Michael Seal, conductor
Catherine Bott, presenter

The Orchestra’s second livestreamed series runs weekly from 6 January to 24 March at Lighthouse, Poole, and is broadcast to the BSO’s thousands of followers in the South West and beyond. Each concert is available for 30 days after performance. Highlights include the UK premiere of a new work by the American composer and DJ Mason Bates, and features solo performances from Benjamin Grosvenor, Felix Klieser and Stephen Hough
Investec is a proud partner and series sponsor of the BSO’s livestreamed series.
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