Film theme music with Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra at Plymouth Pavilions
SINCE it first performed in the city over 50 years ago, the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra has provided a regular source of orchestral concerts, even if, latterly, its appearances here have been far less frequent.
However, the orchestra returns to Plymouth Pavilions next Thursday, March 21 at 7.30pm.
Under the baton of Pete Harrison, they will serve up some of the best of big-screen film scores from the last half-century, under the title of Hollywood Blockbusters.
The line-up includes Romeo & Juliet, Lawrence Of Arabia, Gladiator, Pirates Of The Caribbean, Star Trek: Nemesis and Schindler's List – something to suit all ages, and sure to be played superbly by one of the UK's leading professional provincial orchestras.
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PLYMOUTH Symphony Orchestra has been bringing large-scale symphonic works to the city for over 135 years.
Its spring concert certainly looks like being a rousing affair, beginning with Verdi's Nabucco Overture, and followed by Tchaikovsky's violin concerto, surely one of the best-loved in the repertoire.
Keeping with the Russian theme, the second half opens with Mussorgsky's Night on the Bare Mountain, made famous back in 1940 with Disney's Fantasia, and concludes with the second suite from Khachaturian's Spartacus, which also achieved great popularity by featuring the Adagio as the theme-tune to the 70s BBC TV drama series The Onedin Line.
The programme also includes local composer Paul Foster's Nocturne. Paul is Senior Lecturer in Music at Marjon, and is usually to be seen providing any extra keyboard or piano part needed by the orchestra from time to time.
Conducted by Anne Kimber, the orchestra is giving local audiences two opportunities to hear the concert – the first this Sunday at Liskeard Public Hall at 5.30pm, when the soloist will be Polish-born Bartosz Woroch, who recently performed the concerto with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Next Wednesday the orchestra returns to Plymouth Guildhall at the later time of 7.30pm, with soloist Peter Fisher, no stranger to local audiences.