Wonderful singing and superb accompaniment.
Inquisitive programming: wonderful and thought-provoking
Supremely secure choral singing, and charismatic musical direction.
A rapt performance demonstrating that the RSNO is in the ascendant.
Outstanding, sharp-etched and finely honed playing from an energised RSNO
Playing to their usual high standard, the RSNO bring additional drama to Amadeus.
Good programming and excellent brass.
A special concert.
A performance full of colour and energy.
All about the Bs: Beamish, Beethoven, Brahms and Biss.
A superb choir, wonderfully enjoyable.
Two contrasting works from James MacMillan.
Nicola Benedetti gives real life to everything she plays.
An enjoyable evening of music.
Last minute changes in conductor and soloist, but the concert is still spot on.
A thoroughly great programme in all respects.
Philip Glass’s latest opera evokes the Central European world of Kafka.
No conductor required for this great evening of music.
Thoroughly enjoyable and a good start to the Advent season.
A terrific concert all round, brilliantly conducted.
A well-played mix of interesting new music and repertoire favourites.
Imaginative programming and fantastic playing.
Fine programming and fantastic playing from Nikolai Lugansky and the RSNO.
Although their programme doesn’t quite work, the BBC SSO are on tip top form.