City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

CBSO players appeal to audience for support

CBSO players appeal to audience for support

Players from the CBSO are writing personally to thousands of regular concertgoers to ask for their help in maintaining the orchestra’s world-class excellence despite a 24% cut in public funding.

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ICC Closure

ICC Closure

Due to the Conservative Party Conference at the ICC, Symphony Hall Box Office will shut in the evening of Wednesday 24 September and will re-open in the afternoon of Thursday 2 October. Online booking will be unaffected.

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Romantic Journeys

Romantic Journeys

Capture the sea air with watery works by Sibelius and Debussy and sit back and relax as Ryan Wigglesworth demonstrates his formidable talents not only as conductor but as virtuoso pianist and composer as well.

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CBSO 2014-15 Season brochure

CBSO 2014-15 Season brochure

Explore CBSO performances Sep 2014 - July 2015, from Beethoven to Queen.






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Next Concerts

7.30pmThursday 2nd October

ROMANTIC JOURNEYS

Symphony Hall, Birmingham. +44 (0)121 345 0600

Wigglesworth, Tynan

Sibelius, Mozart, Wigglesworth, Debussy

Mozart composed, directed and performed his own music. So does the remarkable young British musician Ryan Wigglesworth, and the 21-year old Mozart's lively piano concerto is just one of the...

7.30pmWednesday 8th October

BRUCH'S VIOLIN CONCERTO

Symphony Hall, Birmingham. +44 (0)121 345 0600

Sinaisky, Jackson

Smetana, Bruch, Dvorak

Autumn sunshine: cellos and horns sing a quiet hymn, a bird sings cheerfully, and in a flurry of drums and trumpets, Dvorák's Eighth Symphony is on its way. Symphonies simply...

2.15pmThursday 9th October

BRUCH'S VIOLIN CONCERTO

Symphony Hall, Birmingham. +44 (0)121 345 0600

Smetana, Sinaisky, Jackson

Bruch, Dvorak

Autumn sunshine: cellos and horns sing a quiet hymn, a bird sings cheerfully, and in a flurry of drums and trumpets, Dvorák's Eighth Symphony is on its way. Symphonies simply...