New Bristol Sinfonia
New Bristol Sinfonia is one of Bristol's premier symphony orchestras, with regular performances in major venues throughout the city.
The orchestra has grown into one of Bristol's most dynamic and prestigious amateur orchestras. It draws on local talent for its members from a variety of professional backgrounds, all who have the common goal of playing to the highest standard.
The orchestra has played with such internationally renowned artists as Natalie Clein (cello), Madeline Mitchell (violin), Rafal Zambrzycki Payne (violin), Guy Johnston (cello) and the Swingle Singers. more...
Listen to the orchestra playing Rimsky-Korsakov's Scheherazade (15th February 2014)
Movement 3 - The Young Prince and the Young Princess:
This is Dvorak's 9th Symphony (20th November 2010)
Final movement - Allegro con fuoco:
Artist in residence:
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 22nd 2014
7.30 pm, Victoria Rooms
A concert to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Clifton Suspension Bridge!
- Adams - Short Ride in a Fast Machine
- Chris Williams - Scilla autumnalis (New Commission)
- Britten - Four Sea Interludes
- Dvorak - Symphony No. 8
Leader: Mark Bunker
£15 (£13) balcony
£11 (£9) stalls
£5 students, £2 children/school parties
Tickets will be available online (details to follow shortly), or on the door.
"There was rapt string playing at the start of Le Jardin Feerique and this Mahlerian-style slow movement was exquisitely performed."
Bristol Evening Post, 20th November 2010
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