RACHEL STEVENS AND MELODY THORNTON RIP IT UP AT SYMPHONY HALL BIRMINGHAMS Club 7’s Rachel Stevens and former Pussycat Doll Melody Thornton visited Symphony Hall ahead of their performance in Rip it Up: The 70s which explodes onto Symphony Hall stage next month.
Sir Elton John honoured with new collection of Royal Mail stampsThe music of Sir Elton John is to be celebrated with a new set of Royal Mail stamps.
Isata Kanneh-Mason celebrates the 200th anniversary of Clara Schumann's birthThis year marks the 200th anniversary of Clara Schumann's birth and to celebrate, Isata Kanneh-Mason pays tribute to the woman that she refers to as 'the Beyoncé of her day'.
The first ever British-Russian orchestra performs at Symphony HallAhead of their Birmingham debut on Tuesday 17 September, Town Hall Symphony Hall explore the story behind the Britten-Shostakovich Festival Orchestra's formation.
Strictly Come Dancing 2019 line-up confirmedStrictly Come Dancing returned to BBC One this weekend but who are the Strictly professionals set to visit Town Hall Symphony Hall in 2020 coupled with?
Einaudi plays piano on an iceberg as an Arctic glacier crumbles around himThe Italian pianist premiered this beautiful piece in Svalbard to publicise Greenpeace’s battle to save the Arctic.
Guide Dog Puppies Visit Symphony HallThe Guide Dogs for the Blind visited Symphony Hall earlier this year to carry out an essential part of their training with some of their guide dog puppies.
9 Classical Music facts inspired by International Dog DayTo celebrate International Dog Day 2019, Town Hall Symphony Hall share 9 facts about dogs and classical music, inspired by Birmingham Classical 2019/20.
LADYWOOD SCHOOLS RECEIVE COPIES OF MALORIE BLACKMAN’S NEW BOOK AHEAD OF PUBLIC RELEASEAhead of Malorie Blackman’s forthcoming visit to Birmingham Town Hall, secondary schools in Ladywood have received an exclusive copy of her long-awaited new novel Crossfire, the latest title in her ground-breaking Noughts & Crosses series.
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