- Programme includes... Williams Raiders of the Lost Ark: Raiders March • Sibelius Lemminkäinen’s Return• Grace Williams Sea Sketches: Channel Sirens •Copland Billy the Kid: Open Prairie and Celebration• Powell How to Train your Dragon: Coming Back Round and more!
From mythical beasts to legendary outlaws, through magical worlds and hidden realms - join the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, conductor Delyana Lazarova and presenter Tom Redmond on a thrilling musical journey.
BEFORE THE CONCERT
From 1pm - free craft activities will be available in the foyer at Symphony Hall before the concert.
1.30pm – the CBSO Children’s Chorus will give a short free pre-concert performance in the Jennifer Blackwell Performance Space, all songs are inspired by the theme of Myths and Legends.
2pm – Sitarist Tommy Khosla will be performing in the Symphony Hall foyer (before appearing with Project Remix after the Family Concert).
This concert will be approximately 1 hour, with no interval. All of our Family Concerts are BSL interpreted. Recommended for children aged 7+. Babies under 9 months do not require a ticket.
STICK AROUND FOR PROJECT REMIX
Young musicians taking part in Project Remix (our flagship education programme) will perform arrangements of, and pieces inspired by, South Asian music on the stage at Symphony Hall. This event is free and takes place just after the Family Concert.
Project Remix is supported by HSBC UK.
Photo: © Andrew Fox
Tickets can be booked online using the 'Book Now' button above, or by calling the B:Music Box Office on 0121 780 3333.
The Box Office phone lines are open Monday-Saturday, 10am-2pm.
For events sold by B:Music Box Office, the B:Music per-ticket commission of £3.50 is included in the price of every individual ticket priced over £15. For full details see cbso.co.uk/terms.
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