Cate le Bon to support John Grant in first ever Symphony Hall standing gigFollowing unforeseen circumstances Cate le Bon will now be performing instead of Susanne Sundfoer as Symphony Hall hosts its first ever standing gig
The similarities between conducting an orchestra and managing a football teamRussian orchestral conductor Vasily Petrenko has been following the World Cup in his homeland with great interest – and a little anguish.
What does Youssou N’Dour have in common with the World Cup?How is the Senegalese singer connected to the international football competition?
Live in the Lodge perform at Sutton Concerts in the ParkLast weekend, Town Hall Symphony Hall’s year round community-led music programme Live in the Lodge performed at Sutton Concerts in the Park
His Royal Highness The Earl of Wessex visits Symphony HallTown Hall Symphony Hall were delighted to welcome the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra's Patron, His Royal Highness The Earl of Wessex, to the Birmingham premiere of a lost work by Stravinsky.
Schmeichel's best Russian scoresYesterday, Denmark were knocked out of the World Cup leaving Croatia in a quarter-final tie against hosts Russia.
Tuned in & turned up: How energy efficient is Birmingham's Town Hall?As part of our ongoing partnership with the Energy Check, Town Hall Symphony Hall spent time with their dedicated Technical team to assess the real world impact of their operations at Town Hall, Birmingham.
New pieces of commissioned music receive world premiere at Windrush Celebratory ConcertLast week, Town Hall Symphony Hall partnered with Black Voices and Ladywood Arts Forum to celebrate the 70th Anniversary of Windrush.
A Thank You From THSH JazzlinesA massive thank you to our loyal Jazzlines audience for their generous donations, supporting the development of talented young jazz musicians!