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Birmingham Town Hall & Symphony Hall

« Birmingham Symphony Hall has one of the very best acoustics in the world, one of very few to provide resonant warmth (almost to the level of a stone church) at the same time as having so much clarity that your ear can pick out clearly the timbre of any individual instrument of your choice. »
David Karlin, May 2015
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BirminghamSt Petersburg Philharmonic performs Prokofiev

Rimsky-Korsakov, Prokofiev
St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra; Yuri Temirkanov; Nikolai Lugansky

BirminghamVasily Petrenko and the RLPO with Daniil Trifonov

Stravinsky, Rachmaninov, Prokofiev
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Vasily Petrenko; Daniil Trifonov

BirminghamDido and Aeneas

Purcell
Jeffrey Skidmore; Amy Wood; Elizabeth Adams; Angela Hicks; Katie Trethewey

BirminghamOrchestra of the Swan presents Mozart, meet Joanna Lee!

Mozart, Lee, Haydn
Orchestra of the Swan; David Curtis; Victoria Brawn; Sally Harrop; Philip Brookes; Francesca Moore-Bridger
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Playing a long game: Andris Nelsons' Birmingham Bruckner

The CBSO's former music director returns to his old stomping ground for a programme that mixed a Romantic staple with an austere 20th-century work.  
****1
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Jaw-dropping brilliance from Abduraimov

Behzod Abduraimov's playing marks the highlight of the CBSO's latest matinee programme. 
****1
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Benedetti sensational in Tchaikovsky

With Richard Strauss’s epic symphonic poem and Benedetti performing Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto, the CBSO had major expectations to fulfil. 
*****
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Montero and Balsom impress in Shostakovich

Two of today’s brightest soloists take on Mozart and Hummel concertos, then come together with the Zurich Chamber Orchestra for Shostakovich.  
****1
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Season preview: Looking back at the 2015/16 season

All roads lead to Birmingham

Town Hall and Symphony Hall flexes its international muscles next season with a number of starry ensembles bringing mouthwatering programmes to Birmingham.
© David Karlin | Mike Gutteridge
© David Karlin | Mike Gutteridge