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Neil Sedaka goes back to his classical roots for Symphony Hall concert

Singer reveals why he was denied entry to Moscow piano competition

Film director Ken Loach dismisses Steven Knight's plan for sound stage in Birmingham

Filmmaker Ken Loach says he might not have made his last movie after all. He talks to Graham Young about Peaky Blinders, filmmaking and politics

Coventry's Herbert Art Gallery opens its doors to an Indian photographic exhibition

Portrait of Marguerite Mumford (Colour tinted print) Bombay 1937 by Bert Scott, which is part of The People of India exhibition at The Herbert Art Gallery and Museum in Coventry.
A Midland photographer has captured some fascinating images as he trekked across India in the footsteps of his late grandfather. His work forms part of a new exhibition, as Catherine Vonledebur reports

The CBSO Centre in Birmingham to host a Percy Pursglove world premier

Percy Pursglove
On October 17 Percy Pursglove will present the world premiere of his suite for jazz ensemble and choir, Far Reaching Dreams Of Mortal Souls, at the CBSO Centre in Birmingham.

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