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The National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain, the world's greatest orchestra of teenagers, are to perform the world premiere of Unsuk Chin's Mannequin alongside an epic and appealing programme of music by Bartók and Grainger.
Classic FM will broadcast a day of programmes live from Liverpool on Thursday 12 March to mark the 175th anniversary of the founding of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic.
The Liverpool Philharmonic’s brand new performance space, created as part of the £13.8 million refurbishment of the Grade II* listed Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, will be called the Music Room.
The most inovative classical music festival in the UK - Bristol Proms - returns to Bristol Old Vic this July to bring together today's leading musicians for imaginative and accesible performances of the highest standards. 27 July - 1 August 2015.
The London Philharmonic Orchestra, one of the world’s leading orchestras, is delighted to announce its fourth ‘Live and Local’ tour. This year the Orchestra travels to Manchester, Stoke-on-Trent, Leeds and Leicester with star trumpeter Alison Balsom, offering audiences the chance to see the orchestra for just £15.
Ian Rosenblatt has announced that the stunning Devonshire village of Branscombe will once again play host to some of the world’s top musicians when the Branscombe Festival returns for its third year from Friday 24 – Sunday 26 July 2015.
Wigmore Hall has announced their 2015/16 season which includes 920 events including 460 concerts plus a much-expanded scheme of subsidised £5 tickets for under-35s.
Joining some of London’s leading cultural, creative and educational institutions, the London Philharmonic Orchestra celebrates Shakespeare400 with a series of concerts, performances talks, and insight events that focus on the Bard’s influence on music and his love for it.
The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, widely regarded as one of Asia’s leading orchestras, returns to the UK for the first time since 2003 for two concerts as part of a major European tour, including its Cadogan Hall debut (24 February), and Symphony Hall, Birmingham (3 March).