By bmeto at 21:08 on 03/02/13
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Enjoy an evening of passion as Bristol Metropolitan Orchestra explores a world of deep feeling and big emotions with Dvorak’s joyously toe-tapping Slavonic Dances, Sibelius’s hauntingly romantic violin concerto and Tchaikovsky’s climactic Symphony Pathétique. Emil Huckle-Kleve, Bristol’s very own virtuoso violinist, joins the orchestra for the performance.
Dvořák Three Slavonic Dances (Op 46 No 1 in C; Op 72 No 2 in E Minor; Op 46 No 8 in G minor)
Sibelius Violin Concerto in D minor
Tchaikovsky Symphony No 6 in B minor “Pathétique”
William Goodchild conductor
Emil Huckle-Kleve violin
At St Georges, Bristol at 7:30 pm.
Date: Saturday, March 09, 2013
Bristol Metropolitan Orchestra + Romain Lapeyre (cello)