FiltersShow / Hide
- All Events
- Theatre & Shows
- Days Out
- All Events
- Gifts For Mums
- Gifts For Dads
- Gifts For Brothers
- Gifts For Sisters
- Gifts For Grandparents
- Gifts For Kids
- Anywhere In The UK
- Location: Anywhere in the UK
Radius: ... miles
Wed 8th May at 7:30pm
The Bristol Ensemble
@ Colston Hall, Bristol
This event has been and gone!
Catch the next one:
Check out the info below for future tour dates, and track them to receive alerts when they tour near you
Never miss another 'The Bristol Ensemble' show
Beethoven Symphony No 9: The Bristol Ensemble, Freddy Kempf, Bristol Choral Society, Ben Gernon
"Gershwin Rhapsody in Blue
Beethoven's visionary 'Choral' Symphony broke through the boundaries of the classical symphony. Characterised by an intensity of emotional expression and overpowering energy, the choral finale, proclaiming the words of Schiller's Ode to Joy, is an iconic work in western music. We welcome back the virtuoso pianist Freddy Kempf to perform Gershwin's remarkable Rhapsody in Blue."
Info provided by the Event Organiser
A dynamic Bristol-based ensemble (formerly known as the Emerald Ensemble) which includes some of the finest young musicians in the country giving performances of great style and conviction combined with virtuosity.
Top class ensemble, exquisite performance' (Bristol Evening Post).
The Bristol Ensemble tour dates
Freddy Kempf came to national prominence in 1992 when he won the BBC Young Musician of the Year competition following a memorable performance of Rachmaninov's Paganini Variations. Today he is one of the most important young classical artists on the world stage. He has since performed at the very highest level, including most recently with the Philadelphia Orchestra, St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra, CBSO, San Francisco Symphony, and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Freddy Kempf tour dates
Large auditioned choir (conductor Adrian Partington) staging top quality concerts in Bristol at the Colston Hall and Bristol Cathedral. Typical season includes at least three large-scale concerts per year with orchestras (such as Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra) at the Colston Hall, plus a fourth at Bristol Cathedral as well as other events in and around Bristol. Presidents: Mark Padmore and the Lord Mayor of Bristol.
Bristol Choral Society tour dates
Track this event
- Event has been added to your calendar
- Any important updates will be sent to your email address
- Add to your personal Ents24 calendar
- Sync with iCal, Outlook and others
- Receive important updates
- 2 people currently track this event
Venue: Colston Hall
Seating Plan: View the Seating Plan
→ Bristol Temple Meads 17 min walk
→ Clifton Down 18 min walk