Chernobyl kids embraced by UK orchestramain
Kirill Karabits, the go-ahead young conductor in Bournemouth, is welcoming survivors of the Chernobyl disaster, close to his Ukrainian home town, to his forthcoming concerts.
Shocking as it is to hear that a new generation of children is being treated for the aftereffects of Soviet negligence 24 years ago, it is warming to know that they are not forgotten.
Details in the press release, below;
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra hosts
Over 4,000 local schoolchildren to perform song celebrating 200 years of Bournemouth
On 13th and 14th July, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra will perform four schools concerts in
At the Wednesday afternoon concert the audience will include a group of children aged just 10-12 from the Russian town of
BSO Community Musician Andy Baker will meet the children in the morning to lead a workshop on the music that is to be played. One piece he will explain to them is an interactive song, B200, written by Paul Rissmann with the help of Year 4 pupils at
Jacky Thorne, BSO’s Head of Communications said, “The BSO is delighted to be making such an important connection with
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Tuesday 13th July
10:15 & 13:30
Wednesday 14th July
10:15 & 13:30