Sunday, 25th November 2018 at 2:30pm; Town Hall, Birmingham.
Premiered at Birmingham Town Hall in 1900, this moving, dramatic and passionate work is regarded as Elgar’s finest choral masterpiece. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear this glorious reflection on life, death and the hereafter, performed once again in the Town Hall by the superb City of Birmingham Choir together with the Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra, voted Best Orchestra in the Midlands by What’s On in 2018.
We are looking forward to working with our friends in the wonderful Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra once again. ‘Praise to the Holiest in the Height’ is one of the all-time great choral numbers. Why not listen to Dream of Gerontius on CD or online – it won’t take much to convince you to book a ticket to hear the music performed live in the Town Hall.
City of Birmingham Choir
Birmingham Philharmonic Orchestra
Adrian Lucas conductor
Kathryn Rudge mezzo-soprano
David Butt Philip tenor
Morgan Pearse baritone
A City of Birmingham Choir promotion.
TICKETS online (click link) or in person at Town Hall or Symphony Hall box offices or by calling 0121 780 3333.
Tickets £12.50, £18.50, £28.50 (including ticket commission)
No commission on lowest price ticket. Save 50p per ticket when you buy online.
Age 25 and under: 50% discount on tickets as part of the SoundBite Scheme.
Box Office 0121 780 3333 www.thsh.co.uk
Discounts: Groups of 10+: 10% discount
Standby Aged 25 & Under (1 hour before performance): tickets £5
Offer: Book 4 or more tickets at £18.50 and above and receive 10% off
Commission exclusions apply – see full Terms and Conditions on www.thsh.co.uk website.
Wheelchair Users and Disabled Patrons
If you require a wheelchair position (subject to availability) please call the Box Office on 0121 780 4949.
Free (limited) ticket for Disabled Visitor’s Carers and Wheelchair User’s Helpers, as per Access Scheme
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