Algorave co-founder Alex McLean curates two-nights of algorave showcases between the live performance at Hatch on Friday 22nd October from 6-10pm.
The Sunday Boys bring their own brand of atmospheric choral song to the Whitworth’s Sculpture Terrace on Friday evening alongside Recovery Poems.
Studio 8 Installations features conversations between international students and local communities in a cutting edge digital studio at The Royal Northern College of Music.
Algorave co-founder Alex McLean curates a special live evening from 6-10pm at Hatch featuring the scene’s frontrunners
Grab your Stetson and take a trip to Tennessee for this rhinestone-studded concert featuring fifty years of commercial Country & Western hits.
The Hallé are conducted by Sir Mark Elder IN Janacek’s Sinfonietta, an evening that also features Suk, Rachmaninov and Dukas.
Conducted by Stephen Bell, The Hallé’s Finlandia is a perfect fit for winter. This concert celebrates the mystery and beauty of the far North.
Sofi Jeannin conducts The Hallé through Handel’s Messiah in an evening featuring Alexandra Lowe, Jess Dandy, Benjamin Hulett, James Platt and the Hallé Choir.
The Hallé – Mussorgsky’s Pictures from an Exhibition is conducted by Cristian Macelaru and features violinist Nicola Benedetti.
The Hallé – Russian Extravaganza is conducted by Stephen Bell and features Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninov and other notable Russian composers.
Sir Mark Elder conducts the Hallé in an evening which includes Haydn – Symphony No.64, ‘Tempora mutantur’, Stravinsky – Symphony of Psalms and Brahms – Symphony No.3. Featuring Matthew Hamilton, Hallé Choral Director and Hallé Choir.
Delyana Lazarova conducts The Hallé at The Bridgewater Hall in an evening of Price, Barber and Dvorák. Featuring violinist James Ehnes.
HOME Sound sessions returns this December, celebration and good vibes as three Black artists from across the North West, live in Theatre 1.
Sir Mark Elder conducts Vaughan Williams – Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis, Ravel – Piano Concerto in G major, Thea Musgrave – Song of the Enchanter and Sibelius – Symphony No.2
The Hallé perform Elgar’s First Symphony which is deeply associated with the orchestra since its premiere in 1908.