Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra is delighted to return to Plymouth with a concert at the Guildhall showcasing the variety of classical music.
The concert opens with Ravel’s Tombeau de Couperin, a 20th-century view on the French Baroque tradition. The piece was originally composed for solo piano and then beautifully orchestrated, showing the different colours of the Orchestra in a way only Ravel could.
The Orchestra is then joined by French cellist Jean-Guihen Queyras, equally at home in the world of early and classical music and consequently a perfect soloist for Haydn’s much-loved Cello Concerto, one of the favourite pieces in the cello repertoire.
In the second half of the concert, conductor Frank Zielhorst leads the BSO through Beethoven’s Second Symphony, a life-affirming, joyful work despite the composer’s turmoil and struggle with the onset of deafness during the time of composition.
Ravel – Le tombeau de Couperin
Haydn – Cello Concerto in C
Beethoven – Symphony No.2
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
Frank Zielhorst – conductor
Jean-Guihen Queyras – cello
Pricing & Concessions
A: £19 & B: £15
Concessions (all of the below are available via our Box Office by calling 01752 267222)
- Wheelchair users: 50% discount and 50% discount for ONE companion
- Disabled customers: NO discount but 50% discount for ONE companion
- Children under 18: “Kids for a Quid” – under 18s £1 in stalls seats; 50% discount for balcony
- Full-time students: 50% discount (with valid proof)
- Job Seekers, Income Support Benefit: 50% discount (with valid proof)
- BSO Musicians and Staff: 50% discount (with green BSO ID card)
- Groups: 10 or more – 10% discount; 20 or more – 20% discount; 30 or more – 30% discount