Birmingham is synonymous with the music of Mendelssohn – he played here, conducted here, and wrote his great oratorio Elijah especially for Birmingham. It’s part of our tradition: and today Thomas Trotter places Mendelssohn’s music alongside organ masters from John Stanley to Mendelssohn’s friend Franz Liszt – including a powerful showpiece written specially for Trotter and the Symphony Hall organ by Britain’s greatest living composer of sacred music, James MacMillan. History in real time.
Symphony HallSymphony Hall, Birmingham, B1 2EA
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