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17:10, 10 JUL 2014
Photos: Laura Mvula's aftershow in the Tia Maria Music Room at The Vaults
Mercury Music Prize nominee heads to Jewellery Quarter after gig at The Institute in Digbeth
National Indoor Arena Birmingham
Review: Danny Elfman’s Music from the films of Tim Burton, at the NIA, Birmingham
Scores from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Beetlejuice, Batman, Mars Attacks, Edward Scissorhands and Alice in Wonderland performed by the BBC Concert Orchestra.
Laura Mvula introduces Bebe Black to Birmingham for Jewellery Quarter gig
Birmingham singer-songwriter showcases rising star at The Vaults on same night as hometown date at The Institute.
Review: CBSO performs Mahler's First Symphony, at Symphony Hall, Birmingham
Nikolaj Znaider impresses as conductor 24 hours after Andris Nelsons' announcement of his intention to leave the CBSO
Review: Albert Herring, by MidWales Opera, at the Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury
Benjamin Britten's self-indulgence arouses impatience in our reviewer
Birmingham Symphony Hall
Review: Peter Grimes, the London Philharmonic Orchestra, at Birmingham Symphony Hall
LPO and London Voices launch Birmingham's International Concert season
The Institute Birmingham
Birmingham singer-songwriter Laura Mvula on her rise to fame
Birmingham singer-songwriter Laura Mvula talks to Alison Jones about her rapid rise to fame.
Beth Sherburn overloads Merry Hill perfume counter with talent
Singer Beth Sherburn was talent spotted whilst she was singing on the perfume counter at a Black Country department store.
Alexander Armstrong musically inspired by The Wombles
Funnyman heads out on the road with his band in a break from comedy
LG Arena Birmingham
Review: Leonard Cohen, at the LG Arena, Birmingham
At nearly 80 years old, the Canadian is still an artist of extraordinary talent, invention, verve and relevance.
So now we should applaud at concerts? Claptrap!
Christopher Morley questions the etiquette of those attending classical music concerts.
Review: Orchestra of St John at St John’s Church, Bromsgrove
Christopher Morley reviews Orchestra of St John at St John’s Church in Bromsgrove.
Review: James Gilchrist and Anna Tilbrook at Tardebigge Parish Church
Christopher Morley reviews James Gilchrist and Anna Tilbrook at Tardebigge Parish Church.
Review: La Boheme by Longborough Festival Opera
Christopher Morley reviews La Boheme Longborough Festival Opera.
Free classical concert to launch Birmingham's first independent music school
Head teacher organises music event to showcase Kimichi School, which opens in Acocks Green, in September.
Review: Lestyn Davies and Thomas Dunford at Lichfield Cathedral
Richard Bratby reviews Lestyn Davies and Thomas Dunford at Lichfield Cathedral.
The 29th Birmingham International Jazz & Blues Festival gets underway
There will be more than 210 performances in 86 venues around the city with most of the events free to attend.
What's on at the Birmingham International Jazz and Blues Festival
Birmingham’s annual jazz and blues festival kicks off this week. Tom Pell looks at the busy programme of events.
Lichfield multi-arts festival has something for everyone
Lichfield Festival begins on July 4. Tom Pell takes a look at some of the highlights of the 10-day event.
Mostly Jazz Festival
Birmingham acts join Nile Rodgers and Soul II Soul at Mostly Jazz, Funk & Soul festival
Sunday’s climax sees Nile Rodgers and disco act Chic take to the Main Stage, fresh from starring on the opening day at Glastonbury 2013
Cheltenham hosts a festival of a different, jazzier kind
Cheltenham hosts a festival of a different, jazzier kind for six days next week.