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Birmingham Choral Union perform Dankworth and Horovitz

Birmingham Choral Union perform Dankworth and Horovitz

Date
28 March 2015
Description
In a radical departure from the usual choral society repertoire, one of Birmingham's oldest established choirs, Birmingham Choral Union, returns for a programme of 20th century works, very much in a lighter vein.
English Symphony Orchestra – Mozart to Mendelssohn

English Symphony Orchestra – Mozart to Mendelssohn

Date
29 March 2015
Description
Tamsin Waley-Cohen, one of today's most popular artists, returns to the ESO after her triumphant debut with the orchestra in 2013 for a performance of Mendelssohn's beloved Violin Concerto. The concert concludes with a performance of Beethoven's most exciting and life-affirming symphony, the Seventh.
Bramall Comedy Night: Adam Kay, James Dowdeswell and David Morgan

Bramall Comedy Night: Adam Kay, James Dowdeswell and David Morgan

Date
09 April 2015
Description
Adam Kay, James Dowdeswell and David Morgan on stage for the monthly Bramall comedy night!
Jazzlines presents Bruno Heinen + Kristian Borring project  'Postcard To Bill Evans'

Jazzlines presents Bruno Heinen + Kristian Borring project 'Postcard To Bill Evans'

Date
07 May 2015
Description
Bruno Heinen + Kristian Borring project 'Postcard To Bill Evans'
English String Orchestra - Russian Strings

English String Orchestra - Russian Strings

Date
13 May 2015
Description
The ESO are proud to welcome two of today's most exciting soloists to Elgar Concert Hall. Trumpet virtuoso Simon Desbruslais and rising piano star, Clare Hammond, are quickly making a name for themselves as the leading piano and trumpet duo of our time. This evening of great Russian string music includes works by Shostakovich and the lyrical and thrilling Serenade for Strings by Tchaikovsky.
Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra – Russian Classics

Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra – Russian Classics

Date
14 June 2015
Description
Three Russian favourites - Borodin's haunting and evocative picture of life in the Caucasus, Tchaikovsky's sparkling concerto, so strangely rejected by its intended dedicatee, and Rimsky-Korsakov's colourful suite drawing on the tales from the Arabian Nights.
Phoenix Singers - Fauré's Requiem and other choral favourites

Phoenix Singers - Fauré's Requiem and other choral favourites

Date
11 July 2015
Description
Phoenix Singers – Birmingham is a choir of over 120 members, meeting weekly in south Birmingham and singing for pleasure while raising money for charity. This year's charity is Alzheimer's UK.The concert features Fauré's Requiem and favourite choral pieces such as Zadok the Priest, followed by well-loved songs from the shows.
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