What’s On at Birmingham Conservatoire Autumn 2016

As we count down towards our arrival at the new Conservatoire in less than a year’s time, things are undoubtedly different this year.

But, although we have lost our beloved Adrian Boult Hall, we have taken this as an opportunity to get ‘out and about’ in the city and we will be performing at Symphony Hall, Town Hall, the cathedrals of St Philip’s and St Chad’s, the CBSO Centre and St Paul’s Church in the Jewellery Quarter to name but a few.

At the Conservatoire itself we continue to offer world renowned artists at less than half the price you can hear them anywhere else! Singers are particularly well represented this autumn with concerts and masterclasses from charismatic
soprano Danielle de Niese and distinguished tenor Christoph Prégardien (will you EVER get the chance to hear such artists at such close quarters again?)

Johannes Goritzki (cello)

Reger Centenary Festival: Johannes Goritzki (cello) Celebrity Recital

And our exciting Max Reger Festival includes recitals by organist Thomas Trotter and cellist Johannes Goritzki, who will be partnered by our own Head of Keyboard Studies, John Thwaites.

So, as always, much to discover, learn and enjoy this autumn at the Conservatoire and once again. I urge you to ‘comb through’ this diary’s pages very carefully so that you don’t miss out!

Julian Lloyd Webber
Principal, Birmingham Conservatoire

Read the Concert Diary here.

Please note that advance tickets will be on sale soon.

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