New season from Boston Sinfonia

After a hit 20th anniversary concert in St Botolph’s Church in June, Boston Sinfonia returns once again to the building affectionately known as The Stump to perform its season opening concert.

The event takes place on Saturday, September 17, at 7.30pm.

The programme includes mainly Scandinavian music, though Verdi’s the Force of Destiny opens the programme.

This will be followed by Grieg’s ever popular Piano Concerto, with soloist Syuzanno Kaszo.

The Hungarian pianist is described as a most gifted and expressive young artist who possesses an engaging poetic temperament.

She has already appeared on leading concert stages including the Wigmore Hall, the Purcell Room, the Bridgewater Hall and major venues across Europe, Ukraine and Brazil.

She has been on the prize-winners podium at international competitions, most notably winning the 2012 Stefano Marizza Piano Prize in Trieste, Italy. 

Syuzanno has worked with many major orchestras most notably the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine, under many of Eastern Europe’s most renowned conductors. 

Her performance will be followed by the first of Sibelius’s seven mighty symphonies, closing the programme.

Tickets are priced at £10 in advance, £12 on the door, and free for under 18s.

They are available in the Stump gift shop, Harmony Music and online at