Christopher Braime announced as Musical Director of the Sussex Symphony Orchestra
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The London Gay Symphony Orchestra and Christopher Braime in BBC Orchestra Challenge - Starts 30th August 9PM, BBC4
Christopher, with the London Gay Symphony Orchestra, have been selected from hundreds of applicants to compete in "All Together Now: The Great Orchestra Challenge" and will be appearing on BBC 4 and BBC 2 starting at 9PM on Tuesday 30th August.
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LGSO 2016/17 Season Announced
The London Gay Symphony Orchestra have just announced their 2016/17 season, including a new commission to celebrate the Orchestra's 21st year by the composer Michael Finnissy.
For more details, see the orchestra's website here.
Sussex Symphony Orchestra - English Classics Concert
Saturday 16th July 2016
Christopher Joined 'cellist Pavlos Carvalho for concert of English classics including the Elgar 'Cello Concerto and Vaughan Williams' Pastoral Symphony. In an incredibly moving concert, the orchestra played an additional item, Ravel's Pavane pour une infante defunte in tribute to the victims of the Nice terror attacks.
Hear the performance here
New Southampton Youth Orchestra Musical Director Announced
From September 2016 Christopher will be succeeding Jane Higgins as Musical Director of the Southampton Youth Orchestra. He is delighted to be building on the fantastic work Jane and her team have achieved and looks forward to working with the incredibly talented musicians of the area.
Grosvenor Light Opera Company - Harrogate International Gilbert and Sullivan Festival
Tuesday 2nd August - Royal Hall Harrogate
The Grosvenor Light Opera Company for the third year running were invited to take part in the Harrogate International Gilbert and Sullivan Festival, where they took their sell-out production of Ruddigore.
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Sussex Symphony Orchestra - Music of the Jazz Age
Saturday 3rd October 2015 - All Saints Church, Hove
Christopher continued his association with the Sussex Symphony Orchestra, opening the 2016/17 season with a performance of some American (and american inspired) classics. This performance included a performance of Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue with the acclaimed pianist Gary Matthewman.