Hear all nine symphonies in one weekend, introduced by Beethoven specialist and broadcaster John Suchet and performed by brilliant orchestras from across the …
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We got rhythm – join the CBSO’s incredible percussion section as they go…well, a bit wild!
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Joy, terror, deep calm and edge-of-the seat thrills – the symphony orchestra is the greatest machine ever invented for expressing human emotion.
Berlioz’s Symphonie fantastique is a flamboyant, no-holds-barred adventure into the wildest extremes of the romantic imagination.
In 1920 the CBSO was founded, and 100 years on, here at CBSO Centre, we’re definitely not going to miss out on the celebrations.
Celebrate 30 years of orchestral music at the Cambridge Corn Exchange with this special gala featuring Nicola Benedetti.
Stomposaurus, Crashosaurus-Bang and friends invite you to join them on a Jurassic adventure alongside musicians from the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.
Some call it the “Great C major”. Musicians call it the “Great C monster”!
The rustling of pine-needles, the splashing of fountains, the shouts and songs of carnival season: in Rome, everything seems to make music.
The Roaring Twenties: the decade of flappers, cocktails, and the Charleston, when the whole world danced to the wild new rhythms of jazz.
“A massive hope in the future” – that was how Elgar described the message of his First Symphony, and when it was premiered in 1908, the audience leapt up and …
What is English music? The freshness of a spring morning, or the chaotic bustle of Edwardian London?
It’s Friday night on Broad Street – so step onto Broadway, where stars are born and dreams really do come true.
Michael Seal travels from the verdant fields of John Foulds’ April - England to the bustling streets of Vaughan Williams’ A London Symphony...