The BBC Symphony Orchestra performs an exciting and distinctive range of music, from core classical music to opera, 20th-century rarities and premières from today’s finest composers. The orchestra performs extensively as associate orchestra of the Barbican and provides the backbone of the BBC Proms with around a dozen concerts there each year. With chief conductor Sakari Oramo, Günter Wand Conducting Chair Semyon Bychkov, conductors laureate Jiří Bělohlávek and Sir Andrew Davis, and artist in association Brett Dean, the orchestra makes numerous recordings at its home in Maida Vale, performs throughout the world and runs an innovative education programme. Most BBC Symphony Orchestra concerts are broadcast on BBC Radio 3, streamed online, and available for seven days via BBC iPlayer Radio.
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