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Symphony Hall, Birmingham

Review: Handel’s Messiah, City of Birmingham Choir at Symphony Hall

Maggie Cotton reviews Handel’s Messiah by the City of Birmingham Choir at the Symphony Hall.

Review: An Elizabethan Christmas, Ex Cathedra Consort at Birmingham Town Hall

Birmingham Town Hall
Christopher Morley reviews An Elizabethan Christmas, Ex Cathedra Consort at Birmingham Town Hall.

Review: The Waterboys - Fisherman’s Blues Revisited, Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham

Mike Scott of The Waterboys
Concert recaptures spirit of the era as Waterboys revisit classic album

CBSO appoints 'conducting fellow' in bid to nurture young talent

Alpesh Chauhan.
The CBSO has appointed its first conducting fellow as part of its bid to nurture young talent. Christopher Morley reports.

Birmingham’s a cappella group become global triumph

A cappella group Black Voices.
A capella group Black Voices was started by a number of Birmingham backing singers who wanted to be heard away from the band. Alison Jones talks to founder Carol Pemberton about how they have become a global triumph.

News & Previews

Alpesh Chauhan.

CBSO appoints 'conducting fellow' in bid to nurture young talent

The CBSO has appointed its first conducting fellow as part of its bid to nurture young talent. Christopher Morley reports.

Birmingham’s a cappella group become global triumph

A cappella group Black Voices.
A capella group Black Voices was started by a number of Birmingham backing singers who wanted to be heard away from the band. Alison Jones talks to founder Carol Pemberton about how they have become a global triumph.

Midlands Hospitals Choir prove a sing-song is just what the doctor ordered

Singers of the Midlands Hospital Choir rehearsing at St Lawrence and St Faith’s Church ahead of their Birmingham Town Hall shows.
Singing is good for your health, as a Midland hospital choir is proving. Roz Laws meets its members.

Reviews

Symphony Hall, Birmingham

Review: Handel’s Messiah, City of Birmingham Choir at Symphony Hall

Maggie Cotton reviews Handel’s Messiah by the City of Birmingham Choir at the Symphony Hall.

Review: An Elizabethan Christmas, Ex Cathedra Consort at Birmingham Town Hall

Birmingham Town Hall
Christopher Morley reviews An Elizabethan Christmas, Ex Cathedra Consort at Birmingham Town Hall.

Review: The Waterboys - Fisherman’s Blues Revisited, Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham

Mike Scott of The Waterboys
Concert recaptures spirit of the era as Waterboys revisit classic album
Symphony Hall, Birmingham

Review: Handel’s Messiah, City of Birmingham Choir at Symphony Hall

Maggie Cotton reviews Handel’s Messiah by the City of Birmingham Choir at the Symphony Hall.

Review: CBSO/ Bruch's Violin Concerto at Birmingham Symphony Hall

CBSO, at Symphony Hall
Norman Stinchcombe reviews CBSO/ Bruch's Violin Concerto at Birmingham Symphony Hall

What does the future hold for CBSO conductor Edward Gardner?

Edward Gardner
Edward Gardner beings his final season by conducting the CBSO in Brahms and Bartok at Birmingham Symphony Hall.
Symphony Hall, Birmingham

Review: Handel’s Messiah, City of Birmingham Choir at Symphony Hall

Maggie Cotton reviews Handel’s Messiah by the City of Birmingham Choir at the Symphony Hall.

CBSO appoints 'conducting fellow' in bid to nurture young talent

Alpesh Chauhan.
The CBSO has appointed its first conducting fellow as part of its bid to nurture young talent. Christopher Morley reports.

Review: Bach To The Future, CBSO/Kuusisto at Symphony Hall

The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO)
David Hart reviews Bach To The Future by CBSO/Kuusisto at Birmingham Symphony Hall.

Videos & Photos

Picture from 1905. Homes that were amongst the first to be built on the Bournville estate

Pictures: Bournville Village Trust opens archives to show town planning masterpiece

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.

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

Loves Labour's Lost by the Royal Shakespeare Company.

Review: Love's Labour's Lost at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon

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