CLASSICAL TODAY CITY OF BIRMINGHAM SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, CONDUCTOR CARL DAVIS, VOCALIST HEATHER SHIPP PERFORM MUSIC FROM OSCAR?
What does CBSO stand for?
CBSO stands for City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
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Samples in periodicals archive:
TOMORROW City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Saint Michael's Singers, tenor Ian Bostridge, organist Kerry Beaumont, children's choir from Coventry schools, conductors James MacMillan, Paul Leddington Wright - Coventry Cathedral Golden Jubilee Celebration featuring premiere of Macmillan's Gloria and works by Britten and Cox: Coventry Cathedral, city centre, 7.
CAPTION(S): The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra performed in Centenary Square: Above, right: The all-girl group Fuzzbox
He has produced Echo and the Bunnymen, Skyray and Dirtbox and has composed for the BBC Symphony Orchestra and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.
Jansons' only peer may be Sir Simon Rattle, who brought his provincial City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra to New York a few years ago and played a Mahler Third Symphony that had the man sitting in the box next to me-the New York Philharmonic's then music director, Kurt Masur-glowering in disbelief at the spell cast by these nobodies from the English Midlands.
Her scheduled contribution to the early evening concert by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra was simply but sensationally billed as A Nailbiting Performance, and it was exactly that.
Recorded live by the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra under Paavo Jarvi's well-disciplined baton, and capped with Enesco's alternately mournful and manic ``Legende'' for trumpet and piano, this disc affords a suitably bumpy ride to some of the century's darker corners.
Local bands played through the afternoon, soul diva Dina Carroll put on a surprise show and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra provided the music to a spectacular 45-minute fireworks display.