After the loss of the Adrian Boult Hall, Birmingham Conservatoire has used the opportunity to take its world flavours across the city.
Bourne is teaching a new generation of ballet-lovers to think more closely about the plot and its relevance to stage design, the choreography and the music.
The museum dedicated to the great English composer was in danger of folding, until the conservation body stepped in. Now it is to be transformed.
Mirga Grazinyte-Tyla returned to a packed and adoring Symphony Hall to conduct her second subscription series concert with "her" CBSO.
£120,000 grant will enable Brindleyplace gallery to take canal boat on a tour of Ladywood to promote arts and culture
Brothers Tim and Tom Redmond let their imaginations run wild and let the music tell their stories at Symphony Hall children's concert
Magazine editor, reviewer and composer Robert Matthew-Walker talks about the premiere of his latest ‘modern’ piece of work
Andris Nelsons returned to conduct the CBSO.
Peter Marks, conductor of amateur orchestra Eroica Camerata, talks to Christopher Morley
about its distinct style and sound as they prepare to perform in Kings Norton
Birmingham's Chinese community can find out about new service flying to Beijing four times a week
Christopher Morley talks to conductor Edward Gardner in Norway ahead of his return to the Symphony Hall
Virtual reality art project Thresholds will take visitors back over 170 years to the dawn of photography
Dick Whittington is a panto which looks like a re-hash of what has gone before.
Christopher Morley looks back on a spectacular year for classical music in the Midlands
Grants to arts groups being slashed but council not doing enough to help them raise income elsewhere says Culture Central group
Still looking for the perfect gift for the music lover in your life? Christopher Morley has found some that should definitely make it into their stocking this year.
Soprano Danielle de Niese is sought after around the world, but the star is heading to Birmingham Conservatoire for an intimate recital.
A reminder of summer days for thousands of rail passengers at Birmingham New Street
Ex Cathedra conductor Jeffrey Skidmore tells Christopher Morley about the Birmingham choir's journey to discover the baroque music of South America
New displays, exhibitions and facilities will breathe life into building as trust aims to create something "fit for the 21st century"