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BirminghamCuppa Concert

BirminghamRachmaninov’s Second Piano Concerto

Brahms, Rachmaninoff
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; François Leleux; Behzod Abduraimov

BirminghamBrahms String Sextet

Brahms: String Sextet no. 1 in B flat major, Op.18
Philip Brett; Charlotte Skinner; Christopher Yates; David BaMaung

BirminghamFinal Symphony: Music from Final Fantasy

City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra; Ben Parry; Mischa Cheung

BirminghamBeethoven's Pastoral Symphony

Rossini, Mozart, Beethoven
Julian Rachlin; Sarah McElravy

BirminghamIceland Symphony Orchestra / Eva Ollikainen / Sir Stephen Hough

Thorvaldsdottir, Beethoven, Chaikovskiï
Iceland Symphony Orchestra; Eva Ollikainen; Sir Stephen Hough
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Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla and the CBSO blow hot and cold in Birmingham

Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla’s polarised approach exaggerates music by Weinberg and Prokofiev, while Kirill Gerstein keeps control in a refreshing, elegant performance of Schumann’s Piano Concerto.

Hiding in plain sight: Ilan Volkov steals the show at Symphony Hall

A self-effacing, literal approach from conductor Ilan Volkov brings marvellous transparency to works by Sibelius and Prokofiev, while highlighting the flaws in a new work by Freya Waley-Cohen.

Szeps-Znaider and the RLPO stun, dazzle and exhilarate

Conductor and soloist Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider oversees a stunningly beautiful account of Bruch’s First Violin Concerto and guides the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra through both glory and violence in Strauss’ Alpine Symphony.

Yamada and the CBSO prove there is life to be found on other planets

Kazuki Yamada returns to the CBSO with an ever-popular orchestral suite, an under-appreciated concerto, and a fabulous pianist in Alexandre Kantorow to play it. 

A Tale of Two Symphonies: Larcher and Mahler in Birmingham

Gergely Madaras’ interesting approach to Mahler’s First suffers from sloppy execution while Larcher’s Third succeeds in a vivid evocation from the CBSO of triumph and tragedy.

Vaughan Williams at 150 with the City of Birmingham Choir

The City of Birmingham Choir and CBSO conducted by Adrian Lucas navigate the choppy waters of Vaughan Williams' A Sea Symphony.