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More than 300 children from Bristol primary schools, a jazz quintet and Bristol Choral
Society unite to perform this brilliant fusion of traditional African song and jazz.
Full details here A Bristol Choral Society outreach project in collaboration with
Bristol Sings Music.
Saturday 12 April 2014
Colston Hall, Bristol, 7.30pm
Sunday 13 April 2014
Royal Festival Hall, London, 7.30pm
Janáček Glagolitic Mass
Dvořák Piano Concerto
Smetana The Bartered Bride Overture [Bristol] Suk Scherzo Fantastique [London]
Philharmonia Orchestra Bristol Choral Society
Jakub Hrůša conductor
Lukáš Vondráček piano
Gun-Brit Barkmin soprano
Monica Groop mezzo-soprano
Peter Berger tenor
Mischa Schelomianski bass
Thomas Trotter organ
Bristol Choral Society is delighted to have accepted an invitation from the Philharmonia
Orchestra to join them in a pair of concerts in Bristol and London to sing Janáček's
thrilling large-scale Glagolitic Mass. The Czech connection is cemented with Dvořák's
Piano Concerto and Smetana’s The Bartered Bride overture, all conducted by the renowned
Czech music specialist Jakub Hrůša.