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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Sheffield, United Kingdom

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SheffieldChristmas Carol Concert

Traditional, Bob Geldof & Midge Ure, Artley
Darius Battiwalla; The Black Dyke Band; Sheffield Philharmonic Chorus; Tom Redmond; Nicholas Childs

SheffieldThe Brigantes Orchestra: Winter Warmer

Tchaikovsky, Respighi
The Brigantes Orchestra; Quentin Clare

SheffieldGrimethorpe Colliery Band Christmas Concert in Sheffield

Grimethorpe Colliery Band

SheffieldThe Hallé / Elder

Respighi, Szymanowski, Brahms
The Hallé; Sir Mark Elder; Nicola Benedetti

SheffieldManchester Camerata and Sheffield Philharmonic Chorus

Schumann, Schumann C., Shaw, Mozart
Manchester Camerata; Gábor Takács-Nagy; Sheffield Philharmonic Chorus; Klara Min

SheffieldArmenian State Symphony Orchestra / Smbatyan

Khachaturian, Mendelssohn, Tchaikovsky
Armenian State Symphony Orchestra; Sergey Smbatyan; Chloë Hanslip
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Radiant Brahms for Ensemble 360’s Sheffield season closer

Autumn colours of late Brahms illuminated this November evening in the company of Ensemble 360, before the concert concludes with Dohnányi at his most subversive.

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Ensemble 360 celebrates Vaughan Williams’ 150th anniversary in style

A generous helping of the pastoral and an overlooked early masterpiece demonstrate the range of Vaughan Williams, along with a work by his mentor, Maurice Ravel.
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“Welsh national hero” Llŷr Williams dazzles in Rachmaninov and Liszt

An almost perfect evening of keyboard works in which God and the Devil share the best tunes, in portraits of heroism, love, faith and devilish seduction.

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Little-known gems as Ensemble 360 heads off-piste in Sheffield

One of the fathers of the wind quintet, a sextet for a unique instrumental line-up and Beethoven as we rarely hear him: an evening of surprises in Sheffield.

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50 years young: Brodsky Quartet celebrates at Bradfield

The accumulated experience of over 160 years of quartet playing is revealed in an intensity of passion undimmed by the passage of time in this exhilarating concert by the Brodskys.

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The Hallé brings Sheffield season to a barnstorming close

Finnegan Downie Dear conducts a cast of thousands (well, hundreds) in a concert of old favourites, plus a stunning recent work by Thomas Adès.

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