December performances at the Bramall

King Edwards Schools performances

Before the festive season break begins, there's plenty of performances taking place at the Bramall Music Building which are open for all staff to enjoy.

Perfect for some lunchtime or post work entertainment, each of the performances offer something different to suit everyone's taste.

Check out some of the highlights for December: 

Adelphi Quartet – Barber Lunchtime Concert 

Friday 1 December, 1pm - 1:50pm 

Elgar Concert Hall 

The final Barber Lunchtime Concert of this term welcomes Adelphi Quartet, a prize-winning string quartet supported by YCAT. The concert will feature music by Stravinsky and Beethoven. It is free to come along to, just turn up and take a seat! 

University Jazz Orchestra feat. Gabriella Liandu 

Friday 1 December, 7:30pm

Elgar Concert Hall

Zambian-Scottish singer and songwriter, Gabriella Liandu, joins the University Jazz Orchestra for an evening performing her latest music, with jazz orchestra arrangements by Jonathan Silk. The concert forms a part of the University’s Culture Forward initiative: Our City of Stories

Philharmonic Orchestra 

Sunday 3 December, 3pm - 5pm

Elgar Concert Hall

The Music Society's Philharmonic Orchestra bring us mythical creatures through a programme including a witches' sabbath at Bald Mountain and Kikimora, a Slavic female house spirit.

Grit and Soul – Soul City Arts Concert 

Friday 8 December, 7:30pm

Elgar Concert Hall  

Birmingham street-artist and curator Mohammed Ali tells the story of the city, celebrating the graft that is embedded in its DNA. Digital visuals are presented alongside performances from celebrated storyteller and author Polarbear and spoken-word artist Ayan Aden, all underpinned by lush soundscapes created by vocalist Cleveland Watkiss. You can register to attend on the event page

University Carol Service 

Monday 11 December, 6pm

The Great Hall 

Join us for the annual University Carol Service to celebrate the Christmas season! The University’s Multifaith Chaplaincy lead the service, with festive music from the University Upper Voices, conducted by Mariana Rosas. 


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