Join Dream FM creators on the 18th of November for the in-person premiere of ‘What do you dream of?’ – a sound work created with the people of Greater Manchester.
The International Anthony Burgess Foundation present a concert of electronic music inspired by Wendy Carlos’s synthesiser score for Kubrick’s film.
Hear works commissioned by Illuminate from composers Sarah Westwood, Michele Abondano, Chloe Knibbs, Carmen Ho, and Hayley Jenkins.
British singer-songwriter, new wave hero and ‘Jesus of Cool’ himself, Nick Lowe comes to RNCM this April.
Colin Currie is the guest soloist as RNCM Wind Orchestra perform Jennifer Higdon’s Grammy Award-winning Percussion Concerto alongside other 21st Century works.
Catch musical raconteur Baxter Dury in action as he brings his unique, character-driven songs to Manchester in November.
Mercury Prize-nominated artist William Doyle performs at YES following the release of his new album Great Spans of Muddy Time, on which he continues his unique exploration of pop, art-rock, ambient and idiosyncratic compositions.
Touring her critically acclaimed second album, Inner Song, Kelly Lee Owens unleashes her own vocals and brooding electronics on the follow-up to 2017’s much-lauded, self-titled debut.
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.