£10 OFF TOP PRICE TICKETS. Beethoven's lively and uplifting Second Symphony brings Manchester Camerata's 40th anniversary season to a pulse-racing conclusion at The Bridgewater Hall. The orchestra’s mesmerising lead violinist, Giovanni Guzzo, takes centre stage for Beethoven’s warmly lyrical Violin Concerto. Not to be missed.
Ibragimova is one of the rising stars of Classical Music, whose performances in Manchester always cause a stir. Many accolades have come her way &, in recent times, she has been the recipient of the Royal Phil Society Young Artist Award & a Classical BRIT.
MANCHESTER INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL - John Tavener's music is celebrated for its enduring beauty and deeply spiritual outlook. His music has connected with audiences around the world on a profoundly emotional level.
MANCHESTER INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL - Martha Argerich will join Takács-Nagy and Manchester Camerata in Shostakovich's Piano Concerto No.1, a longtime audience favourite celebrating its 80th birthday this year.
Rimes has sold more than 40 million albums worldwide, won two Grammy® Awards and was the first country recording artist to win in the Best New Artist category. Her latest album Spitfire was released earlier this year.
The Seekers are an Australian folk influenced pop quartet formed back in 1962. The band have sold over one million copies each of "I'll Never Find Another You", "A World Of Our Own", "The Carnival Is Over" and "Georgy Girl".
Tony Hadley is best known as the lead singer of 1980's New Romantic band Spandau Ballet. After Spandau Ballet disbanded Tony went solo, and released singles "Build Me Up", "When Saturday Comes" and more.
Don't miss this chance to see the astonishing, multi-award winning, iconic British folk rock troubadour bring alive tracks from his first album in over a decade, 'Man & Myth', plus songs from seminal album ‘Stormcock' and others, orchestrated with string section.
Legendary former Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman has seen it all and continues to live life to the full. His latest musical rebirth as the driving force behind the fabulous Rhythm Kings sees him return to his musical roots.
Formed in 1986, Texas are a Glaswegian band performing rock, soul and new country sounds. With the release of 'White On Blonde' in 1997 they became major stars, propelled by huge pop hits such as 'Say What You Want' and 'Black Eyed Boy'.
Regarded as one of Ireland's most important artists, the archetypal poet and protest singer Christy Moore has been a key figure in Irish roots music for more than four decades. His amazing career from founder member of Planxty to acclaimed solo performer includes over thirty record releases.