Royal Birmingham Conservatoire

Royal Birmingham Conservatoire
Birmingham City University, 200 Jennens Road, Birmingham, West Midlands, B4 7XR
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Afro-Cuban Jazz Orchestra

Director Andrew Bain Our incredibly popular Afro-Cuban band returns for a pre-concert set on our prize giving day and end of term celebrations. Dancers welcome!

Fri 29 Jun

Eastside Jazz Club

£15 / 0121 331 5901

The Choir With No Name's Summer Spectacular

The Choir with No Name Birmingham will be hosting their annual Summer Spectacular at brand new venue, the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. With support from brilliant acoustic folk 5-piece, The Lost Notes, Birmingham's only homeless choir will be filling this spectacular concert hall with singalong pop and rock classics…

Fri 13 Jul

£11.37 / 0121 331 5901

Coda Festival 2018

Join us for a two-day festival of ground-breaking new music as CODA returns to Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. Echoing our brand new, state-of-the-art venue, artists will perform both inside and out of conventional performance spaces. With a programme featuring multi-instrumentalists taking on the challenge of…

Tue 26 Jun

£1–£10 / 0121 331 5901

Commuter Concert: Penelope Appleyard With Florisma Ensemble

Penelope Appleyard  soprano Michelle Holloway  recorders Gail Hennessy  baroque oboe Marta ****Ló****pez  harpsichord Aileen Henry  triple harp Harry Buckoke  baroque cello Trad. Ed. John Playford  Extract from 'The Dancing Master' c1651 Purcell  Music for a while (From  Oedipus  Z583) Händel  Süsse blumen…

Thu 28 Jun

Recital Hall

£5 (£2.50) / 0121 331 5901

Fitkinwall

Graham Fitkin Moog synthesizer and electronics *Ruth Wall * harps *Graham Fitkin * Lost (extracts) Steve Reich Harp Phase Acclaimed composer-pianist, Graham Fitkin joins the sublime and multifaceted harpist, Ruth Wall for an exhilarating day of Graham’s music. Using two harps, moog voyager, autoharp and…

Mon 25 Jun

Recital Hall

£5 (£3.28) / 0121 331 5901

Fitkinwall: Hard Fairy

Royal Birmingham Conservatoire Saxophone Department Royal Birmingham Conservatoire Harp Department *Ruth Wall * harp *Eleanor Turner * harp Programme to include: *Graham Fitkin * Stub *Graham Fitkin * Hard Fairy G****raham *Fitkin * Gate *Graham Fitkin * Jim and Pam and Pam and Jim *Graham Fitkin…

Mon 25 Jun

Recital Hall

£10 (£8) / 0121 331 5901

Fitkinwall: Partially Screaming

Millennial Percussion Graham Fitkin *piano/synthesizer * Ruth Wall piano/synthesizer Graham Fitkin Partially Screaming (English première) Graham Fitkin (arr. Phil James) Flak *Steve Reich * Sextet Acclaimed composer-pianist, Graham Fitkin joins the sublime and multifaceted harpist, Ruth Wall for an exhilarating…

Mon 25 Jun

Recital Hall

Free / 0121 331 5901

Junior Artists: End of Term Concert

Soloists, choirs and orchestras from the Junior Conservatoire join together in a fitting finale to the end of term. Wheelchair users are entitled to concessionary priced tickets with a complimentary companion seat. Guide dogs are welcome at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire venues. If you wish to bring a Guide Dog or…

Sat 30 Jun

£8 (£6) / 0121 331 5901

Junior Wind Orchestra & Choral Concert

Enjoy an engaging programme of music from talented young students from the Junior Conservatoire Symphony Orchestra and Wind Orchestra. Wheelchair users are entitled to concessionary priced tickets with a complimentary companion seat. Guide dogs are welcome at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire venues. If you wish to bring…

Sat 7 Jul

Recital Hall

£8 (£6) / 0121 331 5901

OHMI Conference & Awards

Conference and awards ceremony for OHMI, a UK-based charity pioneering the development and adaptation of musical instruments for the physically disabled.

Fri 7 Sep

£20–£120 (early bird offer until 7 Jun) / 0121 331 5901

Sat 8 Sep

£20–£120 (early bird offer until 7 Jun) / 0121 331 5901

There are more of them than us – A Queer Concerto for 9 Saxophones and Orchestra

I’m a gay German artist who has been living in the UK since 1995. I grew up in a small village on the German-Dutch border, where I was constantly made aware of how to behave in society (i.e. the village). The social choices were church or sport. I did a bit of both because the worst thing you could do was to be different.

Fri 29 Jun

£20 (£15) / 0121 331 5901

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