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

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BirminghamJohn Wilson conducts Rachmaninov

Gershwin, Glasunow, Rachmaninow
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; John Wilson; Ning Feng

BirminghamClassic FM Hall of Fame

Mozart, Williams, Borodin, Mascagni, Vaughan Williams, Tschaikowsky, Wiseman, Bruch, Morricone, Wagner, Elgar, Holst
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Michael Seal; Jennifer Pike; John Suchet

BirminghamEx Cathedra: Sleepers Awake - cantatas by Bach & Dilnot Johnson

Bach, Dilnot Johnson, Marlow
Ex Cathedra Baroque Orchestra; Jeffrey Skidmore; Ex Cathedra Choir; Margaret Lingas; Imogen Russell; Gabriella Liandu

BirminghamNew Worlds

Sibelius, Dove, Dvořák
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Gergely Madaras; Sir Simon Keenlyside; Raphael Wallfisch

BirminghamA Choral Christmas with the CBSO Chorus, Youth Chorus & CSBO SO Vocal

City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Simon Halsey; CBSO Chorus; CBSO Youth Chorus; CBSO SO Vocal

BirminghamEx Cathedra - Christmas Music by Candlelight

Jeffrey Skidmore; Ex Cathedra Choir; Quintin Beer; Rupert Jeffcoat; Alexander Mason
Neue Kritikenmehr...

Outstanding attention to detail in BRB's Romeo and Juliet

BRB's director, Carlos Acosta, has taken a hands-on approach to coaching the principals in their roles in this season opening production. 

The CBSO mesmerises in Miller but makes a mess of Beethoven

Finnegan Downie Dear oversees a decidedly conflicted concert of works by Beethoven, Britten and Cassandra Miller that veered between ravishing beauty and unsynchronised sloppiness. 

Kazuki Yamada and the CBSO open their 2021 season triumphantly

The CBSO’s newly-announced Chief Conductor delivers a jaw-dropping season opener featuring French and Russian music full of emotional contrasts.

Three kinds of Romanticism: Gipps, Brahms and Adès in Birmingham

The CBSO explored a plethora of Romantic ideas in a trio of symphonies, including a premiere from Thomas Adès.

Driven by fear, fuelled by love: Weinberg and Mahler from the CBSO

Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla with the CBSO and mezzo Karen Cargill tease out the contrasting inner and outer emotional tension in music by Weinberg and Mahler.

Worth the wait: BRB are back with Curated by Carlos

A triple bill about Birmingham brings Birmingham Royal Ballet back to live.