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Daniel Hope and the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra brought Max Richter's take on Vivaldi's timeless Four Seasons to the Bristol Proms. Add digital artists Play Nicely's visual imagery, and a multimedia extravaganza was guaranteed.
Daniel Hope introduced the evening, kicking off with a selection of Vivaldi pieces with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra - the first time the newly refurbished Bristol Old Vic had played host to an orchestra.
Digital artists Play Nicely visually recompose Max Richter's Recomposed.
Stunning visuals accompanied the second half of the concert.
Rule No.1 of the Bristol Proms - clap whenever you want - was adhered to.
Virtuoso violinist Daniel Hope thrills the audience.
Daniel Hope, ably accompanied by the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra.
Play Nicely made great use of a huge screen, suspended above the musicians on stage.
Vivaldi finally arrives in Bristol via Daniel Hope.
Taking to the microphone, Daniel gives a little background to some of the pieces.
Daniel Hope and the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra on stage.
Daniel Hope on stage at the Bristol Old Vic.
Re-imagining the classical music concert experience with Play Nicely's stunning visuals.
Daniel Hope and the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra.
Daniel Hope's rendition of Max Richter's critically acclaimed Recomposed was a huge success at the Bristol Proms.
Daniel Hope and the musicians from the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra get to grips with Vivaldi.
Daniel Hope enjoying the applause.
Daniel Hope on stage at the Bristol Proms.
A stunning performance for a sold out crowd.
Daniel Hope takes a bow in front of a capacity audience at Bristol.
Daniel Hope, in what's been one of Bristol Proms' highlights so far.