Bristol Classical Musicians reviews, contact details, websites - all local to Bristol.
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Albani Strings provides exceptional and dynamic professional musicians for weddings, corporate events and other special occasions throughout the South West. We offer a variety of string ensembles, from violin duets and string trios to the more traditional form of the quartet. Our extensive repertoire includes styles from Baroque and Classical periods to Latin Tango music and Celtic dances.
The website for professional Cellist Tim Gilbert. Experienced Orchestral, Session and Chamber musician.
Based in the Bath / Bristol area.
Bristol Choral Society is a large auditioned mixed-voice choir that stages at least four concerts per year at the Colston Hall and Bristol Cathedral.
The choir performs with professional orchestras and soloists (such as the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Emma Johnson and Mark Padmore in the 2011-12 concert season), under conductor Adrian Partington.
Exultate Singers, a choir of 40 accomplished singers, was founded by David Ogden in September 2002. It has given more than 110 concerts, several more radio broadcasts and has appeared on BBC television. The choir has recorded two CDs and gives regular concerts in Bristol, most frequently in St George's Bristol, St James' Priory, Clifton College Chapel and the Colston Hall.
A thriving and dynamic amateur symphony orchestra with a well established reputation for excellence, Bristol Metropolitan Orchestra performs Romantic and 20th Century music at St George's Bristol and the Colston Hall, Bristol. The Orchestra is a registered charity.
A symphony orchestra based in Bristol. Conducted by William Goodchild and led by Pamela Bell.
Bristol Symphony Orchestra is very friendly and democratic with a warm and engaging approach to music making and performance. Their ethos is to be the best they can possibly be, and to communicate the joy they have in making-music together to as wide an audience as possible.