Photographs by and reproduced with the kind permission of F.J. Vaughan.
On 7 July, a performance of Lutosławski’s Partita by Anna Cashell and Birmingham Chamber Orchestra.
More details at: http://birminghamchamberorchestra.com
More about about Lutosławski’s centenary at: Chester Novello
Sunday 24 March 2013 at 1500
Michael Haydn: Symphony in G major P.16
Franz Joseph Haydn: Piano concerto in D
Albert Schnelzer: Emperor Akbar
Beethoven: Symphony no.1 in C major, op.21
Birmingham Chamber Orchestra
David Quigley, piano
Martin Leigh, conductor
Tickets available online here.
A photograph from Saturday afternoon — Birmingham Chamber Orchestra rehearses with Mark Saberton, Derek Wroughton, and massed university choirs.
We are proud to announce Birmingham Chamber Orchestra’s first performance in one of the great concert halls – Symphony Hall, Birmingham.
Saturday 9 March 2013 at 1900
Symphony Hall, Birmingham
Brahms: Ein deutsches Requiem op.45
As part of the twenty-fifth Annual Cathedrals’ Group Choir Festival, the Orchestra’s first performance in Symphony Hall, Birmingham. Brahms’s remarkable German Requiem a work of huge eloquence, emotional honesty, for all people in every time.
This event is promoted by Newman University College.
Caroline Lester, soprano
Mark Saberton, baritone
Derek Wroughton, conductor
More details and tickets at: http://birminghamchamberorchestra.com/concerts.html
More details at: http://birminghamchamberorchestra.com/concerts.html