Brighton Gay Men’s Chorus members present a show of solos and duets under the direction of Joe Paxton.
SLJO are very excited to introduce their new conductor, James Keirle, to Brighton Fringe.
The Wandering Bard is an ensemble that merges qualities of early music with delights of immortal folk music.
The SLJO are back with an all-new set featuring tunes from the golden era of Big Band and other jazz classics.
A rare chance to see a uniquely talented pianist/composer.
Taking a pew in the beautiful St.
In an intimate piano recital Jean Angliviel returns to Brighton Fringe to celebrate the centenary of Claude Debussy. Playing the Preludes Book 2, plus works by Schumann and Chopin.
Joel Sachs (Juilliard School, New York) directs an ensemble of young, highly talented UK-based musicians in a programme drawn from the celebrated American avant-gardists including …
Renowned American pianist and conductor Joel Sachs (Juilliard School, New York) performs piano music by three of America’s greatest composers: Charles Ives’ First Piano Sonata, pio…
In the beautiful, atmospheric church of St Nicholas, dating back to 1091, Duo Maddalena recreate the soundscape of medieval France, England and Spain.
45-minute concerts in Brighton’s beautiful Mother Church.
Special first night of Brighton Fringe event - Ligeti Quartet plays ‘Black Angels’ for amplified strings and percussion, which David Bowie named as being among his favourite ‘Top-2…
Since 2007, award-winning a cappella sensation ‘In the Smoke’ has been wowing audiences with its own high-energy take on great songs you know and great songs you don’t .
Shabaka Hutchings (BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artist) teams up with Ligeti Quartet to perform Shabaka’s own Clarinet Quintet, Morton Feldman’s Clarinet and String Quartet, and Mi…
Beautiful relaxing classical music for piano duet, including pieces by J.
Stockhausen’s Inori is an incredibly intense show.
Broadway musical composer, jazz saxophonist and electronic music pioneer, Milton Babbitt is regarded as one of America’s foremost musical geniuses.
Share the excitement of ensemble performance of brand new works by young composers, with the Orchestra of Sound and Light.
Two Choirs:Two Styles
Two dynamic styles of singing blended together for an evening’s journey through a capella and chamber choir under the direction of Zoe Peate.
Wilful princesses, music-hall stars, headstrong courtesans, acrobats and entrepreneurs.
Chamber Music had a small turn out in beautiful St Nicholas’ Church.
Make Music Not War: Imagining an era when violent conflicts have ceased, The Post War Orchestra transforms deactivated weapons and other military equipment into musical instruments…
The Heath Quartet feature Roxanna Panufnik’s setting of Private Joe Wood’s letters from the Front, sung by his great-nephew Royal Opera House baritone Nigel Cliffe.
MAY 11: Julian Trevelyan [BBC Young Musician 2014 Piano Finalist] plays Chopin, Britten, Shostakovich and Ligeti; MAY 18: Jonathan Powell [Music of Conflict: Ravel - Le Tombeau de …
Harriet Walter & Guy Paul in a reading of Jessica Duchen’s new play ‘A Walk Through the End of Time’ exploring the astonishing history of Olivier Messiaen’s masterpiece compo…
Filmed on Brighton’s West Pier, come and see Richard Attenborough’s directorial debut ‘Oh! What a Lovely War’.
Wilful princesses, Music Hall stars, headstrong courtesans, entrepreneurs, Brighton has always attracted women who dare do things differently.
“Music at the Heart of the City”.
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