Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham City University

Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham City University
Paradise Place, Birmingham, West Midlands, B3 3HG

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Andrew Randall

Winner of the Andrew Downes Performance Prize, The Ashleyan Opera Prize, the John Ireland Prize and the Edward Brookes English Song Prize, baritone Andrew Randall performs in this special lunchtime vocal programme.

Tue 28 Mar

£6 (£4; Children £4) / 0121 331 5901

Birmingham Conservatoire Junior Department End of Term Concert

Soloists, choirs and orchestras from the Junior Conservatoire join together in a fitting finale to the end of term.

Elsabé Raath

Enjoy a unique programme of chamber music featuring the viola. The *Kegelstatt trio *by Mozart is composed for a rather unusual combination of instruments, particularly for his time. Even more unusual is the fact that Mozart brings the viola to the front as a solo instrument rather than merely filling the harmonies. Then…

Tue 28 Feb

£6 (£4; Children £4) / 0121 331 5901

Javier Bonet

Birmingham Conservatoire is proud to host acclaimed Spanish French Horn virtuoso, Javier Bonet in a truly mixed programme featuring traditional favourites and rarer material on both the modern instrument and natural horn. Recognised as one of the finest performers in the world today, this is a must for all horn lovers and…

Thu 2 Mar

£10 (£8; Children £8) / 0121 331 5901

Jennifer Pike

*please note change to previously published repertoire Renowned for her "dazzling interpretative flair and exemplary technique" (Classic FM), violinist Jennifer Pike has taken the musical world by storm with her unique artistry and compelling insight into music from the Baroque to the present day. Jennifer gained…

Tue 14 Mar

£10 (£8; Children £8) / 0121 331 5901

Louis Lortie

French-Canadian pianist Louis Lortie has attracted critical acclaim throughout Europe, Asia and the United States. He has extended his interpretative voice across a broad range of repertoire with The Times, describing his playing as ‘ever immaculate, ever imaginative, ’and identifying Lortie’s ‘combination of total…

Tue 7 Mar

£10 (£8; Children £8) / 0121 331 5901

Renata Konyicska

A journey from one of the most striking late Liszt arrangements to Chopin’s famous *Funeral March *sonata.

Tue 21 Mar

£6 (£4; Children £4) / 0121 331 5901

THE WASTE SHORES OF THE SEA: JOHN IRELAND AND THE PIANO

This recital presents the unique range of John Ireland's psychological spectrum which extended from the serenity of Chelsea Reach, inspired by " the flickering gas-lamps reflected in the dark waters of the Thames,” to the disturbed melancholy of Ballade of London Nights.

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