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CBSO

abbreviation for
(Classical Music) City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
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The CBSO will also be back in Bedworth on May 8 when charismatic conductor Carl Davis will take star billing for The Oscars Hit Town, a concert featuring soundtracks from popular movies such as Star Wars, West Side Story and Titanic.
Be transported back in time for a glitzy roaring Twenties Christmas with the CBSO's 10-piece Berkley Salon Ensemble alongside the CBSO Youth Chorus.
"Support from generous private funders enables us to maintain and build upon the CBSO's world-class artistic standards and the breadth of its work in the local community.
DAZZLING: Janine Jansen helps to launch the CBSO season in September with two performances of Britten's violin concerto; EPIC ROLE: Pianist Joanna MacGregor is the soloist in Messiaen's Turangalila Symphonie with the CBSO in January; SOPRANO: Rosemary Joshua sings Mozart arias in January; SOUNDTRACKS: A R Rahman
CBSO CENTRE STAGE: Brahms' Clarinet Quintet: CBSO Centre, Berkley Street, Birmingham.
A gorgeous highlight was Stars by Latvian Esenvalds, with magical, eerie, quiet background threads throughout, created by wetted CBSO Chorus fingers on wine-glass rims.
Oramo said: "After 10 years at the helm I feel it is a good time to stand aside, but I love the CBSO and am glad that I will be able to continue working with it as principal guest conductor."
Perhaps the most striking aspect of the forthcoming programme, one of the most exciting and imaginative I can remember in many years, is the revelation that Mirga Grazinyte-Tyla - whose appointment as the CBSO's Osborn music director has attracted the attention of the whole world - is conducting so many concerts.
is season will is season will take a look back as some of the audience's favourites, as well as introducing three exclusive UK premieres which support the introduction of new music, something CBSO has always been behind.
Tiger Creative specialises in insight, digital technologies and mainland China infrastructure, and supplied translation support and strategic direction on the tailoring of the new CBSO website for the Chinese market.
The idea for the concert was created by CBSO violinist Catherine Arlidge, who won the national Salomon Award for her outstanding contribution to working with young people earlier in the year.