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Britten War Requiem - November 9th 2014
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Take a look at our exciting new season

The Bournemouth Symphony Chorus is taking  a break from rehearsals during August. The last part of our season saw us give a lunchtime concert at St Martin-in-the-Fields in Trafalgar Square, which attracted a full house and an enthusiastic response; and we began rehearsals for two major works we are performing in the autumn. One of these is Benjamin Britten’s War Requiem, which we have not performed since 1986, and the other is something completely new and very exciting – a large scale work for Chorus and Jazz Ensemble called “Invocation”. It’s by Robert Mitchell, who will be appearing with his group “Panacea”. Details can be found under ”Concerts”, together with two October concerts with the BSO.


Our next concerts:

Details can be viewed under the "Concerts" tab.

Wed 15 October  2014  Lighthouse
Elgar  For the Fallen 
Conductor: David Hill
Susan Gritton soprano

Sat 18 October  2014 Winchester Cathedral
Vaughan Williams  Towards the unknown region
Elgar  For the fallen
Conductor: David Hill

Sunday 9 November 2014  Lighthouse
Britten  War Requiem
Conductor: Gavin Carr
James Gilchrist,  Stephan Loges, Svetlana Kasyan
Bournemouth Symphony Chorus, Bournemouth Symphony Youth Chorus, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra


Chorus Manager Carolyn Date gets an MBE

 Congratulations have poured in after Carolyn Date was rewarded with a well-deserved MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours.  See news item above for more details.