Turner Sims Concert Hall

Turner Sims Concert Hall
Southampton University, University Road, Southampton, Hampshire, SO17 1BJ
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Thu 4 May

£21 (£20; £11; £18.90; Children £11 under 18s)

The violinist and pianist pairing performs Beethoven's Sonata No 2 In A, No 2, Sonata No 7 In C Minor, No 2, Sonata No 4 In A Minor and Sonata No 5 In F, Spring.

Courtney Pine

Contemporary jazz saxophonist.

Fri 5 May

£25 (£24; £13; £22.50; Children £13 under 18s)

Lau

Aidan O'Rourke (fiddle), Kris Drever (guitar and vocals) and Martin Green (accordion) drawing together traditional music from Orkney, west Scotland and the north-east of England.

Fri 1 Dec

Times to be confirmed / Phone for prices

Love Soul Choir: One Sound 2017

The UK's leading pop and soul choir perform alongside Sing Now Choir and the SingForce workplace choirs.

Maarja Nuut

Hailing from Northern Estonia, fiddler-singer Maarja Nuut combines traditional dance tunes, songs, and stories with live electronics to create an intricate layered sound. Performing songs from her second album Une Meeles.

Fri 19 May

£18; £16.20 friends (£17; £9; Children £9 under 18s)

Peter Donohoe: Prokofiev War Sonatas

A performance by the pianist of the composer's Piano Sonata No 6 In A, Piano Sonata No 7 In B Flat and Piano Sonata No 8 In B Flat.

Tue 16 May

£24; £21.60 friends (£23; £12; Children £12 under 18s)

Son (Southampton’s Professional Orchestra)

Alongside works by Max Richter, Son extend their survey of musical remodelling with Vaughan Williams beautiful Five Variants Of Dives And Lazarus, as well as exploring the passionate string colours of Barber's ever-popular Adagio and Elgar's Sospiri.

Southampton University Concert Band: A Concert Through Time

A performance by the group of a mixture of classical, musical and jazz pieces, featuring, Orpheus In The Underworld, Holst, West Side Story and Lord Tullamore, all played as a journey through the ages.

Sun 30 Apr

£10; £4 PAU (£8; £5; Children £5 under 10s)

The Unthanks

Eccentric Geordie folk sisters Rachel and Becky Unthank.

Tue 2 May

Tue 9 May

£21; £18.90 friends (£20; £11; Children £11 under 18s)

The group, with clarinettist Matthew Hunt, perform Haydn's Piano Trio In B Flat, Schumann's Fantasy Pieces For Piano Trio and Messiaen's Quatuor Pour La Fin Du Temps (1940/41) For Clarinet And Piano Trio.

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