|Venue: St. George's Bristol|
Conductor: William Goodchild
Soloist: Emil Huckle-Kleve
Dvořák - Slavonic Dance No 1
Dvořák - Slavonic Dance No 2
Dvořák - Slavonic Dance No 8
Sibelius - Violin Concerto
Tchaikovsky - Symphony No 6 "Pathétique"
William Goodchild conducts the Orchestra as it hits the heights and plumbs the depths of emotion with an evening of passionate classics. Emil Huckle-Kleve, Bristol's very own virtuoso violinist, joins the Orchestra for a performance of Sibelius hauntingly romantic violin concerto that is sure to thrill and captivate. Dvorak's joyously toe-tapping Slavonic Dances create an exuberant mood whereas Tchaikovsky's climactic symphony Pathetique, composed shortly before his death, displays an intense raw emotion as the composer struggles with personal tragedy. Click the link above to go to the site of St George's Bristol to book tickets - alternatively purchase them from a member of the Orchestra.
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