Guest Blog: Recasting Beethoven: A Thoroughly Modern ScriptBeethoven specialist, and MA Musicology Course Director at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Siân Derry shares her thoughts on the use of Beethoven's Für Elise in the Whitney Houston and Deborah Cox duet 'Same Script, Different Cast'.
Introducing Cultural Intern Philippa WalusimbiTown Hall Symphony Hall welcome former University of Birmingham student Philippa Walusimbi who will be carrying out the position of Cultural Intern for the next six months, predominantly spending her time embedded within the Programming team.
Shirley Tetteh wins Jazz Newcomer of the Year at Parliamentary Jazz AwardShirley Tetteh who will be performing at the Symphony Hall Café Bar on October 26 as part of Jazzlines Free Gigs, won Jazz Newcomer of the Year at Parliamentary Jazz Award!
Town Hall named one of Birmingham's Top Three Landmarks!Town Hall named one of Top 3 Landmarks in Birmingham by ThreeBestRated.
Emulsion! Music Festival returns to the Midlands Arts CentreNow in its 7th edition, Emulsion will be heading back to Midlands Arts Centre in Birmingham for a two-day event.
Season Opening for Birmingham Classical 2018/19 receives standing ovationKick-starting Town Hall Symphony Hall's Birmingham Classical 2018/19 season with a standing ovation
Why is Town Hall pink and blue today?For the second year running, the Lily Mae Foundation light up Town Hall in support of Baby Loss Awareness Week.
George Hinchliffe’s Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain presents When This Lousy War Is OverThe Ukulele Orchestra: When This Lousy War is Over to perform at Town Hall, marking the centenary of the end of the First World War.
Sheku Kanneh-Mason is a 2018 TIME Next Generation Leader alongside BTS, Ariana Grande and Adwoa AboahTIME magazine released their 2018 list of Next Generation Leaders