The Stoller Hall

The Stoller Hall
Hunt's Bank, Manchester, M3 1DA
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Cara Dillon: Upon a Winter's Night

Cara Dillon, possessed of one of the most celebrated folk voices to have come out of Ireland, will be touring her Christmas show "Upon A Winter's Night" for a third year running this December (2018). The overwhelming success of previous tours cementing this magical and memorable festive experience as a firm tradition for…

Sun 9 Dec

Prices to be confirmed

Castalian Quartet: Haydn, Fauré, Beethoven

The Castalian Quartet is rapidly emerging as an exciting voice on the international chamber music scene. In 2016 they were the only European quartet to progress to the live rounds of the Banff International Quartet Competition where they won 3rd Prize. Previous awards include 1st Prize at the 2015 Lyon and 2013…

Tue 22 May

£14 (£3)

Chamber Focus II: Strings, Piano, Voice

Chetham's celebration of chamber music continues, with string players, pianists and vocalists aged 8-18 taking their turn on the stage. Enjoy a rich selection of chamber music and song performed by a wide variety of instruments and ensembles, showcasing the outstanding talents and teamwork of young musicians from the…

Sat 21 Apr

Carole Nash Hall

£6 (£5)

Chetham's Composers June 18

Chetham's award-winning composition department is already setting trends in new music; students have been recognised in the BBC Proms Inspire competition every year since 2010, and this year have had music performed at HOME and alongside works by Mark-Anthony Turnage in the New Music North West festival. In June, they…

Wed 27 Jun

£6 (£5)

Chetham's Sinfonia & Ensembles July 18

Chetham's Sinfonia, made up of students aged around 11-16, has taken on some challenging repertoire in recent years, performing alongside Vanessa Redgrave to mark the WWI centenary. This summer they continue their exploration of ballet music, with a programme including dances from Gounod's opera, Faust.

Tue 3 Jul

£6 (£5)

Chetham's Vocal Concert June 2018

Songs from throughout the ages are performed by Chetham's Sixth Form singers in this final concert of their school careers. From classical lieder to contemporary showtunes, they showcase their superb vocal range, deep musical understanding and clarity of expression.

Tue 26 Jun

£6 (£5)

Come to the Movies! A Woodwind, Brass and Percussion Outreach Day

For all woodwind, brass and percussion players grade 3 or above, age 11-18. An awesome day of workshops and rehearsals exploring the magic of Hollywood. Work with Chetham's students and tutors to learn more about instrumental playing, and rehearse and perform film music arranged for Wind Band and Saxophone…

Sun 29 Apr

Prices to be confirmed

Haworth Series: James Willshire recital & masterclass

Heralded for performances of "spectacular musicianship and technical brilliance" (The Scotsman), "evangelizing urgency" (International Record Review) and "freshness and lucidity" (The Herald), James Willshire performs internationally as soloist and chamber musician. He appears regularly at the major UK concert halls…

Thu 3 May

Carole Nash Hall

£0–£6

Haworth Series: Raphael Wallfisch masterclass

Raphael Wallfisch is one of the most celebrated cellists performing on the international stage. He was born in London into a family of distinguished musicians, his mother the cellist Anita Lasker-Wallfisch and his father the pianist Peter Wallfisch. At the age of twenty-four he won the Gaspar Cassad International Cello…

Fri 11 May

Carole Nash Hall

Free

Inside the Orchestra: The Planets

The Stoller Hall is committed to helping audiences gain new musical knowledge - whether they're taking their first steps into the classical repertoire, or concert going is already second nature. Director of Music Stephen Threlfall invites audiences to step Inside the Orchestra, taking a seat onstage to explore the music…

Sat 30 Jun

Prices to be confirmed

Joan As Policewoman

Aka dramatic violinist/vocalist Joan Wasser who has performed with Rufus Wainwright and Antony's Johnsons, and who named her act after the old Angie Dickinson TV show.

Tue 24 Apr

£22

Manchester Collective: Rakhi/Katya

Rakhi Singh, our Music Director, performing with Katya Apekisheva, one of Europe's foremost pianists. We couldn't think of a more fitting way to close our first season as Ensemble in Residence at The Stoller Hall. RAKHI / KATYA is our smallest, most focussed show of the year, and yet these musicians conjure up a whole…

Wed 27 Jun

Carole Nash Hall

£18 (£5)

Manchester Collective: Sirocco

There are very few musicians who can bewitch a room in the way that Abel Selaocoe can. While we were preparing for the launch of this season, we had a day of filming at a gorgeous discovered space in Hull, an old post office called Penny Red. Abel was there to perform Lamentatio by Giovanni Sollima for us, and the…

Sat 5 May

£18 (£5)

The Musical Menagerie: Family Event

Strange creatures, colourful characters and mysterious happenings…a magical musical tale to set your imagination on fire! We think children aged 7 and over will enjoy this concert the most. For younger children, we'll be hosting musical activities in the Atrium from 10.15am until around 10.45am. Bring your little ones…

Sat 12 May

£6–£8

The Musical Menagerie: School Concerts

Strange creaturs, colourful characters and mysterious happenings…a magical musical tale to set your imagination on fire! We think children aged 7 and over will enjoy this concert the most. A class ticket costing �40 will give you 35 seats for adults and children. Smaller or larger groups may purchase individual tickets…

Thu 10 May

Prices to be confirmed

NCO 50th Anniversary Season Finale

The Northern Chamber Orchestra's 50th anniversary season finishes with a suitably celebratory concert with a return by NCO President and internationally renowned cellist, Raphael Wallfisch, playing the piece made famous by the great Jacqueline Du Pr, Elgar's Cello Concerto. Either side of this contemplative and elegiac…

Sun 13 May

£18–£25 (£9–£12.50)

Nørthern Lights: WBP

*Wind, brass & percussion players from * Chetham's School of MusicBarratt Due Institute of Music Young musicians from Manchester and Norway come together for the culmination of six days of rehearsal and collaboration in both countries. An evening of music for chamber ensembles, Brass Band, Percussion Ensemble…

Sat 28 Apr

Carole Nash Hall

£6 (£5)

An Evening with Peter Hammill

Former frontman of 70s Brit proggers Van Der Graaf Generator.

Wed 25 Apr

£33

Piano Leavers' Concert 2018

Former students of Chetham's world-class piano department include Stephen Hough, Peter Donohoe and Leon McCawley, to name but a few. This year's leavers have already won awards at competitions across the world - in this evening's concert, they bid farewell to their school days in their most accomplished recital yet.

Mon 25 Jun

£6 (£5)

Psappha: A Wonderful Day

Psappha explores the connections between jazz, rock and classical. The centerpiece is a new work by the renowned jazz guitarist and composer Mike Walker. Psappha is joined by Mike and reeds player Iain Dixon in a piece that combines classical music with the improvisation and rhythmic drive of jazz. Mike also joins us as…

Fri 20 Apr

Prices to be confirmed

Sports Day! Family Event

Summer means the World Cup, Wimbledon and the Golf Open. Celebrate all things sporty in this fantastic concert - and don't forget your team colours! We think children aged 7 and over will enjoy this concert the most. For younger children, we'll be hosting musical activities in the Atrium from 10.15am until around…

Sat 14 Jul

£6–£8

Sports Day! Schools Concerts

Summer means the World Cup, Wimbledon and the Golf Open. Celebrate all things sporty in this fantastic concert - and don't forget your team colours! We think children aged 7 and over will enjoy this concert the most. A class ticket costing �40 will give you 35 seats for adults and children. Smaller or larger groups may…

Fri 13 Jul

Prices to be confirmed

Vivaldi Rocks

Music Historian Richard Taruskin posits that the best way to truly appreciate the kind of raucous excitement that Vivaldi's music caused in an audience would be to attend a modern day Rock gig. Hugo Ticciati aims to bring that same atmosphere back to a venue purpose built to capture the magic of Camerata, the stunning…

Thu 31 May

£35

Woman to Woman

Judie Tzuke, Beverley Craven and Julia Fordham perform their hits and album tracks with a five-piece band.

Sun 18 Nov

Prices to be confirmed

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