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Tagged: BBC SO 2019–20

BBC Singers 2019-20 group image

BBC Singers/Jeannin

A journey from the foothills of Peru to the open skies of Estonia with evocative songs of love and longing from the 18 voices of the BBC Singers.

Dalia Stasevska portrait with baton

BBC Symphony Orchestra/Stasevska

Composed in the shadow of the Second World War, Britten’s Sinfonia da Requiem opens Dalia Stasevska’s first concert at the Barbican as the BBC Symphony Orchestra’s Principal Guest Conductor.

Photo of BBC Singers

Singers at Six: BBC Singers/Spicer

From the urgent to the idyllic, the BBC Singers present visionary choral music from one of the masters of the twentieth century.

Elena Urioste sitting by window with violin

BBC Symphony Orchestra/Brabbins

Experience Vaughan Williams at his best, from the airborne rapture of The Lark Ascending to the earthbound passions of his spellbinding symphonic masterpiece.

Hakan Hardenberger trumpet portrait

BBC Symphony Orchestra/Oramo

The incomparable virtuoso Håkan Hardenberger shimmies, flirts, jaunts and blasts his way through a lively concert of works for trumpet and orchestra.

Neal Gaiman B&W in woods

Playing in the Dark: Neil Gaiman and the BBC SO

An evening of words and music with best-selling author Neil Gaiman.

Family Total Immersion Day violins

Family Total Immersion: Lift Off! - BBC Symphony Orchestra

Jump on board our symphonic space ship for a magical musical adventure.

Hieronymus Bosch

BBC SO Total Immersion: Detlev Glanert - Film Screening

David Bickerstaff’s screen portrait of Hieronymous Bosch delves into an extraordinary life and provides essential context for Detlev Glanert new work inspired by the artist

Detlev Glanert portrait outdoor

BBC SO Total Immersion: Detlev Glanert - Guildhall Musicians

A performance of chamber music by Detlev Glanert and his teacher, Henze.

Semyon Bychkov conducting on stage

BBC SO/Bychkov: Requiem for Hieronymus Bosch

All the radioactive excitability and wicked irreverence of German composer Detlev Glanert in his latest major work, a spectacle for solo singers, choir and orchestra.