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Carmina Burana
Friday 28 September 2018 6.00pm

RNCM Concert Hall

Carl Orff Carmina Burana (excerpts)

Clark Rundell conductor Stuart Overington chorus director Eliza Boom, Lauren Coulter, Stephanie Poropat soprano Lachlann Lawton, Peter Lidbetter, Patrick Relph bass

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Monday Recital Series
Monday 1 October 2018 1.15pm

RNCM Concert Hall

Jonathan Dove Five Am’rous Sighs; Cut My Shadow

Phoebe Rayner mezzo-soprano Rachel Routledge soprano Jay Carroll piano

Aram Khachaturian Two Pieces; Sonatina

Iyad Sughayer piano

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RNCM Concert Orchestra
Thursday 4 October 2018 1.15pm

RNCM Concert Hall

W A Mozart Die Entführung aus dem Serail Overture K 384 Joseph Haydn Symphony No 100 in G major ‘Military’

Mark Heron, Tjeerd Barkmeijer conductors

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+ 12pm // Carole Nash Recital Room TALK: Harems and Soldiers – With Martin Harlow (RNCM)

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Tapestries
Friday 5 October 2018 8.00pm

RNCM Concert Hall

Question – can we ‘deepen’ the way classical music is ‘heard’ by creating multi-sensory experiences to match and enhance the music as it is being performed?

Tapestries will attempt to find out…

As one of 20 guests, you will be paired individually with a dancer who will lead you through a concert for the senses, putting you at the centre of the performance. This 90-minute experiment interweaves an ingenious re-working of Janáček’s String Quartet No 1 performed by the Phaedra Ensemble with original choral spoken poetry, for a one-of-a-kind multi-sensory trip.

Fancy being fully immersed in the experiment? Then the Experience ticket is for you. Alternatively, you can choose an Audience ticket, watch the performance unfold and maybe experience a few surprises of your own…

*Experience Tickets £30 (over-18s only) Audience Tickets £15 (16+ advisory)

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‘Disarming and wonderful’ Vice ‘Music like you’ve never heard before’ i-D Magazine

Supported by Arts Council England


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The Totally Football Show Live
Friday 5 October 2018 8.00pm

RNCM Theatre

It was the summer that football came home (almost) – and the Totally Football Show is also coming home. Or at least, it’s coming to Manchester. In the autumn.

Join Jimbo, Producer Ben and other voices from your favourite football podcast for their first live show in Mancunia as they talk Pep, Mou, United, City, the other mob down the M62  and much, much more.  There’ll be puns, there’ll be punditry, there’ll be reminisces about Gazetta Football Italia – and stories far too salacious for the normal sho

It’s Totally Football, it’s totally live.


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