Join BSO Resound in a sharing of new music and much loved classics, including music by Michael Nyman (CoMA Open Score Commission), Mozart, Copland and Alexander Campkin. Guided by BSO Associate Patrick Bailey, this informal performance will give insight and inspiration into the possibilities and considerations of writing for this ensemble, with Flute, Clarinet, Violin, Cello, Percussion and the Linnstrument. A unique look under the lid of this award-winning ensemble for established composers, aspiring and student musicians, and music lovers alike. The concert also celebrates a new partnership with Contemporary Music for All (CoMA).
BSO Resound is a professional disabled-led ensemble that forms a core part of Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. In 2019, the six-piece chamber group won the Royal Philharmonic Society Impact Award for its part in improving opportunities for disabled musicians. BSO Resound also made a high-profile debut at the 2018 BBC Proms as the first disabled-led group to perform in the festival’s illustrious 125-year history.
- Mozart Eine Kline Nachtmusic
- Rachmaninov Vocalise
- Stravinsky Tango
- Michael Nyman Interlude in C
- Copland Variations on a Shaker Melody, from Appalachian Spring
- Cevanne Horrocks-Hopayian Cap O Rushes Movement 4 Exile
- Alexander Campkin Hoping and Lingering, from Trembling, Hoping, Lingering, Flying
- Warlock Capriol Suite
Tickets: £9 (full price), £5 (concession) £1 (under 18s) available at bsolive.com