Here is an index of pages of statistics related to performances so far advised during the season 2019-2020.
This is the third season for which data has been compiled since concertdiarysoutheast started. In these tables, we have added comparisons to the previous season. Firstly the change in position in the table is given, and secondly the number of performances in the previous season is given in brackets after the number for this season.
Whenever new groups are added to our database, we automatically add details for all their concerts back to the beginning of the 2017-18 season and amend these statistics accordingly. Concerts from earlier seasons are only added as part of the Project C21 process.
Data held for this season currently contains information about 1,547 events, and 2,852 individual performances of works.
WARNING: new data is being added almost daily which will affect these statistics. Currently, we only have information on about half of the concerts likely to occur during this season, and only just over a quarter of the works that will eventually be performed, so these statistics are of limited value.
Statistics come in two varieties: information about composers and about works.
There are five tables about composers: a master table covering all works, and four sub-tables for particular types of work. They can be accessed from the links below, or from the menu above:
Included here are works for solo singer and orchestra, such as song cycles, concert arias or arias extracted from operas or musicals.
This includes opera choruses but not complete operas.
Here you will find all complete performances of sung staged works and extracts from them. Non-vocal stage works (i.e. ballets) are listed under Orchestral Works
Signature tunes, incidental music and so on.
There are thirteen tables covering works. Orchestral and choral works are covered by master tables and sub-tables for particular types of work. Operas and Musicals are listed in a summary table, where each work appears just once, aggregating complete performances and all extracts, and a details table where extracts appear separately. Finally, there is a single table covering works written for TV or the movies. Again, pick from the links below or from the menu above:
Note that symphonies including a chorus appear both here and under Larger Choral Works.
Also including other works scored for solo instrument(s) and orchestra
Both concert overtures and preludes to operas and musicals.
Anything not included in the other genre tables.
Minimum duration 10 minutes (approx.). This includes choral symphonies.
Maximum duration 10 minutes (approx.).