The BSO’s new Leverhulme Young Conductor in Association, Marta Gardolińska, speaks about why she decided to become a conductor, her recent appointment and what she hopes to achieve with the BSO. … More Interview with Marta Gardolińska
What else do you need to run an orchestra? Hugh Nankivell, BSO Associate, gives more thought on the topic with regard to the ‘The Musical Cavaliers’ – A Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra Family Orchestra based in Torquay … … More What else do you need to run a orchestra?
Freya Tatham completed a week’s work experience with BSO in August 2018, she writes about her experience of working with different departments in the Orchestra and helping with preparations for the BSO’s Proms in the Park. … More My week at the BSO
James Rose, BSO Change Maker/ Conductor, reflects on conducting his first major concerts with BSO, the BSO’s Proms in the Park and the BBC Relaxed Prom. … More The Proms!
BSO Associate, Hugh Nankivell discusses plucked strings and broken bells with the Exeter Community Family Orchestra … More Plucked Strings and Broken Bells
What do you need to start an orchestra? Hugh Nankivell, BSO Associate, discusses their ideas in relation to the ‘The Musical Cavaliers’ – A Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra Family Orchestra based in Torquay … More What do you need to set up an orchestra?
BSO Member Tom Wickson writes about his experience attending the BSO’s Music at St. Giles concert on Tuesday 25 September at St Giles House, the ancestral home of Lord Shaftesbury … More Music at St. Giles
Hugh Nanivell, BSO Associate, reflects on their experience of the first Exeter Community Family Orchestra session … More Exeter Family Orchestra – An Exeter Experiment
Quarternote speaks to cellist Johannes Moser, the BSO’s Artist-in-Residence 2018/19 … More Interview with Johannes Moser
In the Spotlight with Alex Segrave, BSO Concerts Manager … More Interview with Alex Segrave