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Klassische Musik, Oper, Ballett und Tanz in Birmingham, Vereinigtes Königreich

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BirminghamShostakovich 8

Rachmaninow, Schostakowitsch
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Michael Seal; Boris Giltburg

BirminghamClassics at the Movies

Mozart, Elgar, Sibelius, Offenbach, Puccini
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Stephen Bell; Máire Flavin

BirminghamKazuki conducts Rachmaninov

Prokofjew, Saint-Saëns, Rachmaninow
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Kazuki Yamada; Fazıl Say

BirminghamCentre stage: Fauré Piano Quintet

City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

BirminghamFamily Concert: Fairy Tales

Harrison, Ravel, Grieg
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Kazuki Yamada; Casey Bailey

BirminghamRachmaninov Piano Concerto no.2

Coleridge-Taylor, Rachmaninow, Wagner
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Andrew Gourlay; Jeneba Kanneh-Mason
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Dramatic tragedy and joy at Symphony Hall, Birmingham

The CBSO and Kazuki Yamada, with cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason, get their new season up and running with an evening of ebullience, pain and, ultimately, happiness. 

Britten and Elgar challenge expectations at Symphony Hall

Kazuki Yamada and the CBSO demonstrate the mercurial tension in Britten’s Serenade and Elgar’s First Symphony in the season finale. 

Weightless and transparent: the CBSO amazes in Rachmaninov 2

Under Kazuki Yamada, the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra gives one of its finest performances in years, in a concert featuring music by Holst, Beethoven and Rachmaninov. 

Obsessed with life, dance and song: Mahler’s Tenth in Birmingham

Robert Treviño and the CBSO channel the stylistic shifts of Mahler’s Symphony no. 10 to reveal a work volatile and painful, yet bristling with life to the last. 

Flexibility, telepathy and perhaps a miracle: Widmann and the CBSO

Jörg Widmann helms an exhilarating CBSO concert in Birmingham, making Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony sound brand new. 

WNO’s abstract Magic Flute proves more contemporary than cohesive

WNO delivers a well-performed production of Mozart’s Magic Flute with some fresh ideas, but other which dilute it.