It might just look like a lot of musicians – but did you know that the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra is actually a time machine?
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Schumann’s First Symphony welcomes the arrival of spring with blasts of trumpets and a great, joyous flourish of sound.
“I compose only for my own pleasure,” said Antonín Dvořák – and in his Piano Quintet, he had the time of his life.
Wouldn’t you like to ride in our beautiful balloon? There’s never been a decade quite like the 60s – and tonight, the CBSO and an all-star West End cast get …
It’s a phenomenon unparalleled in the world: the way that in the Baltic states, thousands of people gather in the open air to celebrate their community in …
Mahler’s Resurrection Symphony starts with a funeral march, and finishes with the end of the world itself.
Something magical happens when you add a harp to a chamber ensemble – it’s as if the music is just about to lift off.
Sir Michael Tippett's luminous Concerto for Double String Orchestra is an inspired way to introduce the one-and-only Stephen Hough, in Beethoven’s most personal …
It’s nearly time for the holidays: so join us, and greet the summer with the musical equivalent of an Aperol Spritz.
What would you trade for your wildest dreams? Young Faust makes the deadliest possible bargain – but he has one hell of a time finding out the price.
Princesses, magic spells and demons: when Stravinsky retold the Russian legend of the Firebird, he used every instrument in the orchestra to bring it to life.