In the first half of our second concert of 2019 we visit two amazing talents of the late Romantic era - two German composers who changed the face not only of Romanticism, but the sound and energy of the orchestra.
Artistic Administrator Ian Brignall introduces the second half of the Brighton Phil’s season of Sunday afternoon concerts at Brighton Dome:
“If the first half of this Brighton Philharmonic Orchestra’s 2018/19 season captivated your musical senses, the next four concerts have got amazing musical surprises and some magnificent music written by some highly gifted composers.
What is dry rot?
Dry rot is essentially a name given to the damage caused by a certain type of fungi. The scientific name for this fungi is Serpula Lacrymans, and it thrives in wet, humid environments.
The first in our series of Brighton and Hove’s quirkier pubs chosen by journalist and Great British Pub Awards judge Phil Mellows. “It’s hard to find a pub in this city that isn’t quirky, but these are some of my favourites.”
The second in our series of Brighton and Hove’s quirkier pubs chosen by journalist and Great British Pub Awards judge Phil Mellows. “It’s hard to find a pub in this city that isn’t quirky, but these are some of my favourites.”
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