Enjoy the festive season with family and loved ones as Birmingham’s iconic Symphony Hall plays host to a spectacular line-up of music throughout December and in to the new year.
–Love Actually In Concert–
Love Actually In Concert, Symphony Hall – Wednesday December 15: A magical night featuring the classic seasonal romcom and a full, live orchestra. Craig Armstrong’s evocative score is brought to life as this most heart-warming of films – which tells ten separate stories of love and loss – is projected onto a huge HD screen.
–A Choral Christmas with CBSO Chorus, CBSO Youth Chorus & SO Vocal–
A Choral Christmas with CBSO Chorus, CBSO Youth Chorus & SO Vocal, Symphony Hall – Thursday December 16: The world renowned CBSO is joined by choirs and performers for a night that promises feelgood festive favourites and good cheer … all beautifully wrapped and delivered by special guest presenter Simon Halsey CBE.
–Carols by Candlelight–
Carols by Candlelight, Symphony Hall – Saturday December 18 and 24: A sublime concert of carols and seasonal classics, staged in full 18th century costume in an evocative candle-lit style setting, with readings by Mark Williams. No, we can’t think of anything more Christmassy either!
–Now That’s What I Call Christmas Live!–
Now That’s What I Call Christmas Live! Symphony Hall – Thursday December 23: The biggest selling festive album of all time live on stage. Conducted by Robert Emery, guest singer Laura Tebbutt is joined by Capital Voices and a live 15-piece show band for a sing along of iconic Christmas classics.
–New Year’s Eve Gala–
New Year’s Eve Gala, Symphony Hall – Friday December 31: Step into 2022 in style with an evening of rousing classics from Rule, Britannia! to Land of Hope and Glory performed by the London Concert Orchestra. There’s some great packages available too, guaranteed to get you into the party spirit.
Simply Sinatra, Symphony Hall – Sunday January 2: My Way, Fly Me to the Moon, Luck Be a Lady Tonight, Come Fly With Me … all of your favourite Sinatra hits performed London Concert Orchestra with guest star singer Matt Ford. Enjoy every toe-tapping moment celebrating Ol’ Blue Eyes in a show filled to the brim with music, song and dance.
–Moscow City Ballet performs Swan Lake–
Moscow City Ballet performs Swan Lake, Symphony Hall – Monday January 3: From the cradle of classical ballet, Moscow City Ballet returns with a spectacular performance of Tchaikovsky’s ever-popular Swan Lake. Presented in classic Russian style, with full orchestra, this promises to be a truly captivating production and one not to be missed.
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