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December 2016 Concert

PAST EVENT: You can see the review of this concert here

Thursday 1st December 

An Evening of Film Music

St George's Bristol



Violin Soloist: Roger Huckle

Conductor: William Goodchild

Guest Leader: Sarah Ivanovich


Elmer Bernstein  The Magnificent Seven
Thomas Newman  Road to Perdition
Maurice Jarre  Dr Zhivago
Bernard Herrmann  Psycho: a Narrative for Orchestra
John Williams   Three Pieces from Schindler’s List
Nino Rota  The Godfather
Ennio Moriconne  Cinema Paradiso
John Williams  Jaws Suite
Eric Coates  The Dam Busters March
Debbie Wiseman - Wolf Hall

Wagner - Ride of the Valkyries

Beethoven - The Kings Speech (Symphony No7, 2nd Movement)

Bristol Symphony Orchestra welcomes solo violinist and Founder/ Leader of Bristol Ensemble, Roger Huckle, to perform John Williams’ moving Three Pieces from Schindler’s List, as part of a scintillating orchestral programme featuring many classic Hollywood film scores. From Elmer Bernstein’s upbeat score for western The Magnificent Seven, via Bernard Hermann’s intense and disturbing Psycho Suite, to the beauty and romance of Ennio Moriconne’s Cinema Paradiso, this is an evening to delight the ear and experience live some of cinema’s most memorable themes.

You can read about our soloist, Roger Huckle here.


St George's Bristol, 

Great George Street

Bristol, BS1 5RR



Doctor Zhivago
The Godfather
Apocalypse Now
Schindlers List
Magnificent Seven
The Kings Speech
Wolf Hall
Cinema Paradiso
Road To Perdition

£15 (£14), £12 (£11), £8 (£6), £5 U18s (plus fees)*

*£1 administration fee charged per transaction plus £1 card transaction fee

and 70p postage where applicable.

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