There’s no need to book – this concert is free and you can just turn up on the day. The Music Department’s student klezmer ensemble – The Michael Kahan Kapelye – share their year of learning about klezmer performance in a programme of original and engaging arrangements of repertoire from the Eastern European Jewish wedding music tra..
As one of the most vibrant cultural centres of the Baroque period, Hamburg was a hotbed of musical talent throughout the 17th and 18th centuries. From Handel’s first opera, Almira, to the prolific talents of Telemann, to the burgeoning of the emfindsamer Stil in the music of C.P.E. Bach, this concert explores the city’s rich and varied mus..
There’s no need to book – this concert is free and you can just turn up on the day. Singing House of Light are: Helen Chadwick, Victoria Couper and Barbara Gellhorn Helen Chadwick Song Theatre is a group of highly skilled actor singers who present performances, concerts and site-specific events. House of Light is a joyous production of..
The University’s two leading chamber choirs tackle choral works old and new, which include Herbert Howells’ celestial Requiem, which remained unperformed for almost fifty years after being composed, as well as Palestrina’s Stabat Mater and contemporary British composer Julian Anderson’s Four American Songs. To book please visit http:/..
Expect music-making originating from anywhere around the globe in this world music concert! Students will have the opportunity a chance to perform music in exotic styles, as soloists and ensembles such as klezmer and gamelan. FREE - no need to book, just turn up!
Recently returning from a tour of Edinburgh and competing at Unibrass, Brass Band will showcase a mixture of traditional repertoire and more modern compositions. Having won Unibrass twice in the last three years, expect a high quality and truly memorable performance! To book please visit http://ow.ly/kHoo30hlndG or telephone the Martin Harris..
There’s no need to book – this concert is free and you can just turn up on the day. The Lovenotes are a close harmony, a capella group performing a mix of genres, from jazz and swing to contemporary classical. Expect an entertaining, varied and polished performance.
With an eclectic set of fresh contemporary charts, Manchester University Big Band showcase new sounds from the States by Bob Mintzer and Darcy James Argue, whilst working with UK prog-rock/fusion trio Troyka and Manchester composer Ben Cottrell exploring the best in British jazz innovation- don’t miss out! To book please visit http://ow.ly/..
Soloists: Katie Bray David Butt Philip Marcus Farnsworth Elgar The Dream of Gerontius The University of Manchester Chorus and Symphony Orchestra are delighted to present Elgar’s masterpiece, The Dream of Gerontius. Featuring high-class professional soloists David Butt Philip, Marcus Farnsworth and Katie Bray. This promises to be a mo..
The Quatuor Danel workshops new compositions by postgraduate students of the University.