Kimichi Symphony Orchestra presents another evening of excellence with Rimsky-Korsakov’s Scheherazade and Stravinsky’s Firebird. Following their 5* production of Rite of Spring “In nearly fifty years of reviewing I don’t think I’ve ever enjoyed an experience quite like this event....truly remarkable....precision, colour and visceral excitement” Christopher Morley, and their 5* performance of Verdi’s Requiem, KSO are back with an exciting programme to whet all appetites.
Scheherazade is to be followed by Stravinsky’s Firebird, semi-staged with dancers providing yet more colour and excitement. With Keith Slade conducting and Charlotte Moseley leading, you can be guaranteed an evening of superb music making and wonderful story telling through dance.
VIP tickets available with Prosecco reception and Conductor’s talk.
The Birmingham Lions compete in the Premier Squash League, which is the the top professional league organised by England Squash. The team is made up of top ranked male and female players as well as up and coming students from University of Birmingham.
All of Birmingham Lions home matches will take place on the glass back courts at Sport & Fitness, which has in-built spectator seating. A courtside bar serving drinks and snacks will be available.
Mein Freund ist Mein: Cantatas by the Bach family
Mark Chambers director
Rachel Podger violin
Join the dynamic Belfast based choral ensemble alongside some of the finest early music instrumentalists from Ireland and the UK in works by Johann Sebastian Bach and his relatives. Expect sonorous tones of guest violinist Rachel Podger, and unique concert staging by Thomas Guthrie, in an evocative journey that explores themes of life and death in a performance of breath-taking power and humanity. J S Bach’s Easter cantata Christ lag in Todes Banden (Christ lay in death’s bonds) features alongside uncle Johann Christoph’s large scale wedding cantata Meine Freundin du bist schön, and a rarely heard setting of the iconic Sarabande and Chaconne in D Minor.
Join us for a spectacular evening of interactive who-dunnit as our friends Foghorn Unscripted bring to life a Murder Mystery with Winterbourne’s idyllic terrace as backdrop.
Visitors are welcome to arrive from 6pm, with Afternoon Tea served to your table. The performance will begin promptly at 7.30pm
Tickets are priced at £29.50 per person and include a delicious Winterbourne Afternoon Tea and entertainment. Guests are invited to dress the part in 1920s costume, but this is optional!