Concert with BSO Members & Students

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Fri 16Aug

Facilitator: Members of Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra & Students

Come and enjoy a play-through concert by students and members at Hawkwood’s second annual Strings residential weekend with the celebrated Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra!

The repertoire is Elgar – Serenade for Strings; Finzi – Romance; Warlock – Capriol Suite; Mozart – Divertimento in D

By donation to the bursary fund.

Event time: Fri 16th Aug at 2:30pm - Fri 16th Aug at 3:30pm

As part of their second annual Strings Residential, this concert is the culmination of the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra (BSO) ‘s second annual Strings residential weekend.

Concert Spotlight Events

We warmly invite you to our 2019 season of Concert Spotlight events. In this series at Hawkwood, we invite established and emerging artists to share the pieces they have worked with and practised whilst on their music-making course. Taking place in the intimate setting of Hawkwood, these exclusive informal sharings of work offer audiences the chance to connect with the artists on a personal level in a relaxed setting. During their residential courses, students work towards the informal concert on the last day of the course.

We have an open invitation for everyone, of all ages and all creative interests, to come and join us.

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£7 Recommended Donation



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Practical Information

Tickets will be available on the door but we recommend booking online in advance as events can sell out.

Entry is by donation to the Eileen Nesfield-Cookson Bursary Fund.

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra

The Strings Residential weekend is led by members of the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, which has been a cultural beacon, both nationally and internationally, since its foundation and marked its 125th Anniversary in 2018. Under the baton of Chief Conductor Kirill Karabits, the orchestra performs over 150 concerts a year, including at the BBC Proms.

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