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CBSOCity of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
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The CBSO is presenting a Viennese evening at Birmingham Symphony Hall next Friday and will then take the same concert to Bedworth on January 16 .
CBSO chief executive Stephen Maddock said: "Each year we look forward to sharing Christmas with all our audiences.
CBSO chief executive Stephen Maddock added: "This important legacy represents a significant contribution to the PS15 million to PS20 million we need to raise from the private sector over the next eight years.
She will also be joining CBSO players for Brahms's String Sextet No 1 in a lunchtime concert at the CBSO Centre, in Berkley Street, Birmingham, on September 25.
THE OCELLUS ORCHESTRA: CBSO Centre, Berkley Street, Birmingham.
Oramo was appointed principal conductor of the CBSO in 1998.
The CBSO and Rattle made a famous recording of the piece, with Peter Donohoe playing the virtuoso piano part and Tristan Murail the interplanetary ondes martenot.
During the present season, arranged mostly before Mirga was confirmed in the post, she is conducting literally only a handful of concerts, but in the season to come she will be on the podium for no fewer than 26 programmes involving the entire CBSO family of the main orchestra and its choruses.
e season will entail Wagner's nal opera Parsifal, a work Andris has always dreamed of conducting, Beethoven's nine symphonies which have been highly requested for a comeback, Mendelssohn's A Midsummer Night's Dream and a celebration concert for composer and former CBSO principal conductor Andrzej Panufnik amongst other shows.
The CBSO will play five concerts during the tour, including the Opera House in Guangzhou, which is twinned with Birmingham.
It is made possible thanks to a partnership between the CBSO and DBS Law.
The CBSO had been shaken up from being a decent, serviceable provincial band, one well able to do the rounds of weekly concerts at home and fill the coffers in addition with catchpenny commercial blockbusters every fortnight in the Royal Albert Hall, by the arrival as principal conductor in 1970 of the dashing young Frenchman Louis Fremaux.