Damon Albarn returns to MIF to perform a rare solo set spanning his extensive songbook, including his latest project The Nearer the Fountain, More Pure the Stream Flows.
Untold Orchestra will showcase original music, from classical to soul, comedy to rock with performances for everyone.
Band on the Wall brings KOKOROKO back to Manchester for a live show at the o2 Ritz.
The Royal Northern College of Music has been examining the future of music since the PRiSM Future Music festival in 2019. Since then, they’ve helped shine a light on such developments in new music as artificial intelligence, virtual reality and live coding.
Techno pioneer and Haçienda legend Laurent Garnier joins Manchester International Festival for the UK premiere of Off the Record, a film about club culture, and the part that he played in it over an extraordinary 30-year career.
The 106th edition of Un-Convention will take place at the 02 Ritz, right here on the Oxford Road Corridor this July, focusing on the lessons learnt from a difficult year for the music industry.
Pioneering creative music charity Brighter Sound takeover the Bruntwood stage at Homeground, we’re looking forward to seeing locally nurtured talent lighting it up on this summer’s hottest stage.
Ibibio Sound Machine take to the stage at Homeground this Saturday, a perfect choice of band to welcome back audiences.
Sir Mark Elder conducts the curtain-raiser to the Hallé’s Summer Season at The Bridgewater Hall featuring Glinka, Stravinsky and Elgar.
The Hallé perform Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony at The Bridgewater Hall with Conductor Tabita Berglund, an outstanding young Norwegian conductor with a growing reputation.
The Hallé take a trip through the world’s most famous shows when ‘The Best of the West End’ lights up the stage of The Bridgewater Hall.
Producer, pianist, bandleader Alfa Mist returns to Manchester this November with a huge new show at O2 Ritz.
Manchester and festival circuit favourites Henge beam down to Homeground this Sunday with a sound that will make audiences love and dance again.
Back with a bang, The Deaf Institute presents five weeks of socially distanced fun, featuring DJ sets from local bands, record label takeovers and screenings.
Conducted by Tomáš Hanus, The Hallé perform Schumann’s Spring Symphony live at The Bridgewater Hall