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Venue: Cheltenham Town Hall

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AddressImperial Square
Cheltenham
South-West
GL50 1QA
United Kingdom
ContainsMain Stage
Pillar Room
Google maps51° 53' 49.214" N 2° 4' 39.944" W
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CheltenhamBSO: Bruch's Violin Triumph

BSO: Bruch's Violin Triumph
Brahms, Bruch, Dvořák
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra; Marta Gardolińska; Emmanuel Tjeknavorian

CheltenhamAurora Orchestra

Copland, Mahler
Aurora Orchestra; Nicholas Collon; Dame Sarah Connolly; Andrew Staples

CheltenhamThe Philharmonia & Alice Sara Ott

Saint-Saëns, Beethoven
Philharmonia Orchestra; Santtu-Matias Rouvali; Alice Sara Ott

CheltenhamRLPO & Tasmin Little

Walton, Brahms, Tchaikovsky
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra; Vasily Petrenko; Tasmin Little
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Callum Smart makes stunning RPO debut

Callum Smart © Patrick Allen, operaomnia.co.uk
Callum Smart, playing Bruch’s Violin Concerto no. 1 in G minor, and conductor Matthew Halls made very successful debuts with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at a packed Cheltenham Town Hall.
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Sundog and James Rhodes at the Cheltenham Music Festival

This double-bill concert was a fantastic success at Cheltenham’s Town Hall. It had been moved from the main stage to a smaller side-room, but rather than this being to the detriment of the performance, this enhanced it. The performers were up close, which created a personal recital in an intimate setting.
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Three Pieces from 1918 at the Cheltenham Music Festival

Red, white and blue bunting, with matching lighting, adorned the balconies of Cheltenham Town Hall, setting a patriotic scene for a concert of music from the year that World War I ended. Television presenter Julia Somerville opened the evening sat at a vintage newsdesk with her own careful research, for which she can be highly commended.
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