Everything from Tchaikovsky and Mozart to Hollywood favourites will be featured in the series and there will be limited seating available at Lighthouse, Poole. Each concert will also be livestreamed and available for 30 days online.
BSO Chief Executive, Dougie Scarfe, said: “We’re proud to be one of the few British orchestras to have continued livestreaming symphonic concerts during the past eight months. Being able to once again share our live music-making with a physical audience in the concert hall is something we have been looking forward to — and we can’t wait to see you.”
Conductor Stephen Bell will direct the BSO in four of the performances. Familiar to audiences as a conductor of BBC Proms in the Park, he is increasingly in demand throughout Europe and has conducted most of the major British orchestras.
One of the first UK orchestras to livestream full symphonic performances in 2020, the BSO has continued to broadcast each week. In April, the BSO’s livestreamed concerts were championed at the meeting of G7 ministers, and the orchestra has reached greater than a sell-out capacity for its online music-making.
The BSO’s summer concerts run from Thursday 10 June to Saturday 12 August. Visit bsolive.com
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