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December 2019

Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto

Sunday 1st December at 3:00 pm
De Montfort Hall, Granville Road
Leicester, LE1 7RU
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Popular concert hall favourites feature in the Bardi’s second concert of the season. The magical overture to Hansel and Gretel is followed by Tchaikovsky’s powerful Violin Concerto with rising star Natalia Lomeiko as the soloist. Dvorák’s seventh symphony, a work more in the style of Brahms but still featuring the composer’s Bohemian melodies, completes the concert.

Pre-concert talk at 2pm hosted by John Florance

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January 2020

Bardi Young Musician Concert 2020

Sunday 26th January 2020 at 3:00 pm
English Martyrs’ Catholic School, Anstey Lane
Leicester, Leicestershire LE4 0FJ United Kingdom

Bardi Young Musician 2020 is Flautist Szymon Mosciszko
Guest Conductor - Paul Hilliam

The annual Bardi Young Musician concert series goes from strength to strength. These concerts are intended to encourage emerging and talented young soloists by giving them a platform on which to perform with a full symphony orchestra. 

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March 2020

A Young Person’s Introduction to the Symphony Orchestra

Sunday 15th March 2020 at 3:00 pm
De Montfort Hall, Granville Road
Leicester, LE1 7RU

Guest Conductor and Host - Richard Laing

Tuba - Stephen Calow

A Young Person’s Introduction to the Symphony Orchestra

Join the Bardi to learn about the instruments of the Symphony Orchestra, in a feast of popular classical and film music for all the family hosted by Guest Conductor Richard Laing.

The concert will include performances of Benjamin Britten’s Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra and George Kleinsinger‘s Tubby the Tuba, both with narrator.

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May 2020

The Essence of Elgar

Sunday 17th May 2020 at 3:00 pm
De Montfort Hall, Granville Road
Leicester, LE1 7RU

The Bardi’s De Montfort Hall season finale sees three works showing different sides of one of England’s greatest composers, Sir Edward Elgar. The first half has the delightful String Serenade contrasting strongly with the passionate and powerful Cello Concerto. The mighty First Symphony brings the concert to a magnificent conclusion with one of Elgar’s most inspired themes.

Conductor - Claus Efland

Cello - Lydia Shelley

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