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  1. BBC Radio 3 Manchester Week

    BBC Radio 3’s Manchester Week celebrates music-making in Manchester, with performances by BBC Philharmonic, the Hallé and Sir Mark Elder, Jean-Efflam Bavouzet, Chloë Hanslip, and Manchester Collective amongst others Nine...

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  2. The Christmas Gift Guide is here

    If you’re looking for something a little different this Christmas, or you’ve left your shopping till the last minute, then why not treat your friends and family to the gift...

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  3. A coffee break with…The Furrow Collective

    Drawn together by a shared love of traditional song and balladry of England, Scotland and beyond as well an open, intuitive approach to collaboration, The Furrow Collective brings together four...

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  4. Culture Recovery Fund success 

    Still #HereForCulture! We recently received the wonderful news from Arts Council England that our application for Culture Recovery Fund Continuity Support has been successful. We have been working hard to...

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  5. Take part in our Artisan Markets

    We’re on the look out for independent creatives makers, designers, producers, musicians & artists who would be interested in holding their stall at our Artisan Markets on Sunday 12 December...

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  6. Lunchtime concerts are back

    Take a lunch break and enjoy free weekday afternoon recitals by some of the UK’s most exciting young musicians. Returning to Manchester’s cultural calendar for autumn-winter 2021, for the first...

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  7. The Stoller Hall celebrates diversity

    The Stoller Hall – Manchester’s world-class chamber concert and events venue is celebrating their year-round programme of diverse music with a range of live concerts. The line-up includes outstanding ethnically...

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  8. Medieval Manchester Festival is coming!

    The year is 1421 and Chetham’s College House was established as a college for priests. Fast-forward to today and the site we call home houses our wonderful concert hall, Chetham’s...

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