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Nobel Prize winner Professor Al Roth visited the University of Birmingham to give a guest lecture.

Phoenix Singers - Fauré's Requiem and other choral favourites

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11 July 2015Phoenix Singers - Fauré's Requiem and other choral favourites

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.read more

From Red Ellen to Oswald Mosley
1 May-6 September 2015From Red Ellen to Oswald Mosley
Botanical Art
22 May-4 October 2015Botanical Art
Own Code II
1 June-17 July 2015Own Code II
The Other Wall
1 June-17 July 2015The Other Wall
Phoenix Singers - Fauré's Requiem and other choral favourites

SPOTLIGHT

11 July 2015Phoenix Singers - Fauré's Requiem and other choral favourites

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.read more

From Red Ellen to Oswald Mosley
1 May-6 September 2015From Red Ellen to Oswald Mosley
Botanical Art
22 May-4 October 2015Botanical Art
Own Code II
1 June-17 July 2015Own Code II
The Other Wall
1 June-17 July 2015The Other Wall
Professor Geoff Eley: "What Produces Democracy? Revolutionary Crises, Popular Politics, and Democratic Gains in Twentieth-Century Europe"

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1 July 2015Professor Geoff Eley: "What Produces Democracy? Revolutionary Crises, Popular Politics, and Democratic Gains in Twentieth-Century Europe"

Geoff Eley is the Karl Pohrt Distinguished University Professor of Contemporary History, as well as being a faculty member of the German Department, at the University of Michigan.This lecture forms part of the 'Vice-Chancellor's Distinguished lecture series' which aims to reflect on the major social, cultural, and policy issues of our time.read more