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09:00, 5 OCT 2017
Ex Cathedra and CBSO join forces for glorious night of Bach
Choir’s Magnificat performance is sure to hit the spot as it gets ready for its popular series of Christmas by Candlelight concerts.
Saints march in with a few surprises up their sleeve...
Christopher Morley previews a busy few weeks ahead on the classical scene, including an enterprising mix of the known and not-so-known from the Orchestra of St John
War hero who turned the CBSO into a fighting force
A former conductor of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra died last month aged 95. Christopher Morley recalls his achievements ahead of a concert in his memory
Birmingham Symphony Hall
Magical milestone's a key moment for city organist
As concert number 750 looms, city organist Thomas Trotter reveals how he keeps track of his plethora of programmes.
Canon Marcus Huxley to conduct his last major event at Birmingham Cathedral
Canon Marcus Huxley is set to retire later this year after 30 years service as Director of Music at Birmingham Cathedral
Birmingham Cathedral was the setting for the Santa Lucia Service
The Santa Lucia Service took place at Birmingham Cathedral
Birmingham's concert scene has been lit up by Mirga effect
Christopher Morley looks back on a spectacular year for classical music in the Midlands
Santa Lucia service and reception at Birmingham Cathedral
The Santa Lucia Service, the traditional Swedish festive service of carols and readings with a candlelight procession, took place at Birmingham Cathedral.
Hidden Spaces: The bits of St. Philip's Cathedral you never see
We’ve managed to capture some intimate rooftop shots of the Cathedral grounds and the wider Colmore Business District from the Grade I listed St. Philip’s
Plans for prominent new restaurant in Birmingham business district
Proposals have been brought forward to covert 67-71 Temple Row into a restaurant or drinking establishment
Primitivo set to close doors for six months as part of Grand Hotel restoration
Primitivo, one of the most popular bars in the Colmore business district, has vowed to return “bigger and better than ever”
Review: Magnificat by Birmingham Bach Choir at Birmingham Cathedral
Paul Spicer's relaxed conducting along with an outstanding performance by tenor Julian Gregory made this a memorable performance
Birmingham Cathedral gets £500,000 grant to carry out vital internal repairs
300-year-old building is one of 30 English cathedrals to get a share of The First World War Centenary Cathedral Repairs Fund
Electric Cinema Birmingham
All you need to know about Flatpack Film Festival 2015
The city's annual festival of quirky film, workshops and installations takes place from March 19-29 at various venues across the city
Birmingham Cathedral to host solar eclipse viewing event
Astronomers from the University of Birmingham will be in St Philip's Square on Friday morning to offer a commentary on the eclipse
500 attend Birmingham Prayer Breakfast
The 10th anniversary Birmingham Prayer Breakfast, hosted by ChaplaincyPlus and Birmingham Cathedral, took place at the ICC.
Birmingham Cathedral launches 300th anniversary photo competition
Cathedral is calling for iconic images of the building, square and the people drawn to it to mark landmark birthday
Library of Birmingham
Review of 2014 - April: Trouble at Library of Birmingham, Tory Conference under fire and New Street views
April saw the Library of Birmingham under the media glare just eight months after opening while the city council was forced to defend spending almost all of its event budget on the Conservative Conference
Cathedral hosts traditional Swedish festive carol service
Birmingham Cathedral hosted the annual Santa Lucia Service.
Review: Christmas Fantasia, Birmingham Bach Choir at St Philip's Cathedral
We say it every year: “Christmas comes earlier”, but in a big city, beautiful venues such as St Philip’s Georgian baroque cathedral, is in great demand.
Birmingham City Council
Friends of the Earth call on city council to invest £100m in cycling
Friends of the Earth argue that only concerted investment to promote cycling and walking will deliver urgently needed cuts to traffic congestion and reduce dangerous levels of pollution in the city
Birmingham Cathedral weather vane and orb restoration completed thanks to Calthorpe donation
Restoration gave experts the opportunity to look into the story of the weather vane
Library of Birmingham
Birmingham Literature Festival 2014: Chief executive Jonathan Davidson picks 13 events
The 2014 Birmingham Literature Festival will be the best yet, says chief executive Jonathan Davidson
Picture quiz: Can you recognise these Birmingham landmarks from above?
See how many of these you recognise. The answers are in the final image.