Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra presents




Kirill Karabits, conductor
Vilde Frang, violin

The BSO under Chief Conductor Kirill Karabits again finishes its season with a visit to the glorious Exeter Cathedral.

A work dazzling in its ingenuity, technical skill and range of expression Enigma Variations was an immediate popular success and transformed Elgar from a moderately successful provincial composer to a national and international figure. Musically, the original theme is remarkable in that it has the same rhythm whether it is played backwards or forwards.

Brahms’ Violin Concerto stands as one of the largest and most challenging works in the solo violin repertoire. It is a song for the violin on a symphonic scale – a lyrical outpouring of joyous energy from its confident yet wistful opening to fiery finish.


Brahms Violin Concerto
Mendelssohn Calm Sea & Prosperous Voyage
Elgar Enigma Variations



Event Info


A £38 B £32 C £24 D £20 E £14

The following concessions are available from the box office (telephone and in person only):

Under 18s “Kids for a Quid”: £1 tickets, subject to availability.

Full-time Students, Job Seekers Allowance, Income Support Benefit, Wheelchair users and up to 1 companion: 50% discount

Groups 10+ 10% discount
Groups 20+ 20% discount
Groups 30+ 30% discount

MULTIBUY discounts are available if you buy 4 concerts or more

All transactions are subject to a £2 booking fee.

Running Time

2hrs including interval book now

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