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Jonathan Antoine

Jonathan Antoine

Date
11 November 2015
Description
Classically trained tenor Jonathan Antoine rose to fame on Britain's Got Talent as part of the duet Jonathan and Charlotte performing in front of an audience of 14 million and winning over the nation's hearts, and now he is coming to the Bramall as part of his nationwide tour.
Birmingham University Singers and University Women's Choir

Birmingham University Singers and University Women's Choir

Date
21 November 2015
Description
Simon Halsey leads Birmingham University Singers and University Women's Choir in a challenging and thought- provoking programme of choral music.
University Music Society Big Band and Jazz Collective

University Music Society Big Band and Jazz Collective

Date
27 November 2015
Description
The Music Society Big Band presents the music of Miles Davies and Gill Evans under the direction of their professional musicalb director, Lluis Mather. In contrast, small bands from the Society's ever-growing Jazz Collective perform the first half to this concert.
University Music Society Birmingham Symphonic Winds and University Wind Band

University Music Society Birmingham Symphonic Winds and University Wind Band

Date
28 November 2015
Description
The University Wind Band, the largest of the Music Society's instrumental ensembles, presents an evening of music with one of the University Ensembles in Residence, Birmingham Symphonic Winds. The programme includes a performance of David Bedford's Praeludium in which a selection of players from the University will join the musicians from Birmingham Symphonic Winds.
University Music Society Symphony Orchestra

University Music Society Symphony Orchestra

Date
29 November 2015
Description
Orchestral musicians from across the University come together in Music Society's Symphony Orchestra der the direction of Daniele Rosina to present their autumn term concert.
Bramall Comedy Night: Joe Lycett, Joel Dommett and Adam Rowe

Bramall Comedy Night: Joe Lycett, Joel Dommett and Adam Rowe

Date
03 December 2015
Description
Adam Rowe - a popular and likeable stand-up comic from Liverpool who began performing in 2010 and went full-time in 2012. Joe Lycett - "one of the strongest emerging comedy talents we've seen in a long time. This young man has a huge future."- TimeOut. Joel Dommett has had a hugely exciting career since starting stand up comedy in 2007. He was the face of MTV in 2012 and presented their daily news bulletins. He also worked on the live new Channel 4 aftershow, Live in Chelsea, How to Survive a Disaster Movie (Channel 5) and the hugely successful Impractical Jokers (BBC3).
Music Society Chamber Choirs and University Camerata

Music Society Chamber Choirs and University Camerata

Date
04 December 2015
Description
The student-led Chamber Choirs join forces with the University Camerata to present a concert of varied choral repertoire for chamber choirs, under the baton of talented student conductors.
University Chorus and Symphonic Brass

University Chorus and Symphonic Brass

Date
05 December 2015
Description
The largest choir on campus, University Chorus, is joined by the University tenpiece brass ensemble, Symphonic Brass, to present works by three of the most popular British choral composers; Vaughan Williams, Rutter and Purcell. Interspersed between these pieces, Symphonic Brass will perform with their conductor Stephen Roberts.
University Music Society Philharmonic Orchestra

University Music Society Philharmonic Orchestra

Date
06 December 2015
Description
The Music Society's Philharmonic Orchestra open their autumn concert with a performance of Brahms's Academic Festival Overture, a work composed in 1880 on the occasion of the composer receiving an honorary doctorate from the University of Breslau. Haydn's final symphony, No. 104 in D is then presented along with a performance of Sibelius's most popular and most frequently recorded symphonies, No. 2 in D. Sibelius's second symphony was described as 'An absolute masterpiece, one of the few symphonic creations of our time that point in the same direction as the symphonies of Beethoven.' by music critic, Karl Flodin, in 1903, the year after its first performance.
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