Series of beautiful pictures taken from Alpha Tower show sun rising over Birmingham at dawn
Consultant joins team to help raise capital to support new piece of public art in Eastside
The winner of the Big Art Project to be named - will it be the controversial 'train crash'?
Pianist Duncan Honeybourne tells Christopher Morley about his admiration for Mosley-based John Joubert, both as a great composer and as a great friend
Malkovich’s gift, paradoxically, is to make this whole compellingly horrible spectacle feel like a lot more than just a one-man show.
Dua Lipa joins Basement Jaxx, Gabrielle, Jamelia and X Factor stars Saara Aalto and Louisa Johnson at two-day LGBT festival
The man behind the biennial Codsall Community Arts Festival talks to Christopher Morley
about the event’s history of engaging great pianists to perform
Whether you've seen them before or it's new to you, here are eight good reasons why you must go and enjoy their work this season
The solo writing in Wolf-Ferrari's substantial work is virtually ever-present, and cruelly demanding.
Paul Spicer, now in his 25th year as conductor of Birmingham Bach Choir, is looking forward to a special concert.
Christopher Morley looks at the enduring appeal of Gilbert & Sullivan ahead of a production of 'the best thing' they ever wrote at Symphony Hall in Birmingham
Elgar's In the South is a tone-poem of Straussian stature and texture, and the performance it received from the CBSO under John Wilson was both full-blooded and insightful, generously phrased and perceptively fleet of detail.
Is CBSO show in Sutton Park a £100,000 vanity project?
The CBSO give the UK premiere of a rarely-performed piece of work by Venetian composer Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari, Christopher Morley talks to soloist Francesca Dego
A two-day event in Sutton park will feature music and food
One of the world's greatest bel canto tenors, Juan Diego Florez, comes to Birmingham's Symphony Hall for the first time this month
Bringing a dizzying range of instruments, the world's first ensemble for disabled people is ready to show there's no barriers for talented players
Gallery at the University of Birmingham is showcasing a Bacon work for the first time
Hewitt played the affable fifth suite in G major, the most popular of the set, last and with good reason.
After the loss of the Adrian Boult Hall, Birmingham Conservatoire has used the opportunity to take its world flavours across the city.