Tom Gauterin combines his day job as a director in our Bristol private client tax services team with being the founder and self-taught conductor of the Bristol Classical Players.
Tom will be conducting Gustav Mahler’s “Resurrection” Symphony No. 2 at a concert being sponsored by Smith & Williamson at Bristol Cathedral on Saturday, 9th February.
The concert also features the Bristol Cabot Choir and Bristol Phoenix Choir, along with soprano Charlotte-Anne Shipley and mezzo Jenna Brown.
“Mahler famously said that a symphony ‘should contain the whole world’ and in the mighty Resurrection Symphony, it certainly feels like it!” says Tom.
“There will be 250 performers at the concert, which marks Bristol Classical Players’ tenth birthday. It’s hugely exciting to be able to conduct such a great work and to work with so many Bristol musicians.”
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Smith & Williamson is an independently owned financial and professional services group. The firm is a leading provider of investment management, financial advisory and accountancy services to private clients, professional practices, entrepreneurs and mid-to-large corporates. The group’s c1,700 people operate from a network of twelve offices: London, Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Cheltenham, Dublin (City and Sandyford), Glasgow, Guildford, Jersey, Salisbury and Southampton.