FaceSoul, a London-based Somali artist born in East Africa, brings meditative modern R&B and Neo soul to YES.
Following of their debut album, South-London-based 6-piece Tapir! are on tour and bring enchanting alt-indie folk to YES this March.
Mutual Benefit blends folk, psychedelic pop, and experimental recording techniques into fragile, hopeful songs.
The multitalented Hannah Jadagu brings hazy soulful alt-indie pop to YES in support of 2023 debut album, Aperture.
An intersection of rap and house, mustbejohn has a nostalgic feel and a growing reputation as a cult trailblazer.
Join IABF for Tak ensemble’s Manchester debut with one of our most-admired ensembles in the world, Distractfold.
One of Europe’s leading saxophone quartets, the Ferio Saxophone Quartet perform a free lunchtime concert at The Martin Harris Centre.
A concert concerned with the environment and sustainability, born from a collaboration between poet John McAuliffe and composer Richard Whalley.
Experience the vibrant gamelan music from West Java, Indonesia in a concert that features a variety of classical and contemporary pieces.
Concert pianist Beatrice Nicholas talks and performs works by three Chicago Renaissance composers: Florence Price; Margaret Bonds and Betty Jackson King.
Music Director of the Ulster Orchestra and of Opéra National de Lyon, Daniele Rustioni returns to the Hallé.
Thomas Adès starts the second concert of his residency by reviving Barbirolli’s rarely-performed suite of Purcell’s music taken mainly from his stage works.
Kristiina Poska, a distinctive interpreter of Sibelius, begins her second visit to the Hallé with Britten’s atmospheric Four Sea Interludes from Peter Grimes
John Storgårds conducts The BBC Philharmonic in an evening of Nordic Noir featuring Lotta Wennäkoski, Sibelius and Bruckner.
Leslie Suganandarajah conducts an evening of Mozart, Bruch and Strauss with guest violinist Eldbjørg Hemsing.