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Classical Season 2017/18
From dedicated classical lovers to those looking for a new musical experience, there is something for everyone to get excited about in our brand new season.
Classic Peter Donohoe
We invite Peter Donohoe back for this special anniversary programme
St Luke Passion
MacMillan's St Luke Passion proves that Bach's influence remains strong to this day
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra
The BBC SSO return, this time with Yan Pascal Tortelier, for a programme including Berlioz'...
Short, bite-sized sections of classical music in the right environment for kids
Imogen Cooper's Diabelli Variations
Beethoven’s Diabelli Variations are considered one of the undisputed peaks of the piano repertoire
The 'Pathétique' symphony takes the listener on a journey across the emotional spectrum
Past events in this festival
Mendelssohn's beloved Octet is one of the most popular works of chamber music ever written
More Mendelssohn Please: Symphony No.3
Two of the best-loved works in the classical repertoire
Classics4Kids - All About Mendelssohn
An afternoon of fun exploring the beautiful melodies of Mendelssohn
Pianist, conductor and composer Olli Mustonen has a very special relationship to Russian music
More Mendelssohn Please: Symphony No.4
Vivaldi's Four Seasons and Mendelssohn's 'Italian' Symphony
The Sixteen: Glory to the Christ Child
One of the world’s great choirs, The Sixteen are familiar to many as 'The Voices of Classic FM'.
A firm festive favourite throughout Germany. Join us for this wonderful retelling of the nativity...
The Snowman (Relaxed Performance)
Howard Blake’s magical score in a supportive and relaxed environment suited to those with autism...
Quartet for the End of Time
One of the most remarkable works to have come out of World War II
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
CBSO make a welcome return under their much-lauded new Music Director
RNS: New Year New Artists
Interested in the future of classical music? Come along and find out more
This programme showcases two very different approaches to symphonic form
More Mendelssohn Please: Symphony No.5
Mendelssohn's 'Reformation' symphony concludes our More Mendelssohn Please series