Leading British bass Stephen Richardson performs Shostakovich's hard-hitting Romances on Words by British Poets, banned under Stalin in 1948, together with Irish composer Gerald Barry's Beethoven, a setting of Beethoven's famous letter to the 'Immortal Beloved'. This free event is part of the Walter Carroll Lunchtime Concert Series, which i..
Join us for a day of exquisite and uplifting Georgian singing! Under the expert guidance of visiting teacher Carl Linich, we will learn three-part songs in a variety of styles from different regions of Georgia (Caucasus), a country renowned for its extraordinary musical heritage. The workshop is suitable for singers of all abilities and you do..
Join Manchester University Music Society in their unique equivalent to the 'Proms'! MUMS celebrate the end of the academic year by packing eight concerts into four days in an unmissable extravaganza of music making! This thrilling annual music festival showcases everything from Symphony Orchestra and Big Band to Wind Orchestra and Music Outre..
Born in Harlem in 1965, Moby started out playing tracks in New York City’s bars and clubs and gradually became an acclaimed singer-songwriter, musician and DJ. In the summer of 1999, he released the album Play and its international success catapulted him to superstardom overnight. Suddenly he was living in a sky castle on Central Park West,..
Conducted by Juan Ortuño, the programme includes Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue, with soloist Daniel Ropota, Bernstein’s Symphonic Dances, and Danzon No.2 by Marquez. To book please visit https://tinyurl.com/ybvjmkxq or telephone the Martin Harris Centre box office.
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