Sounds of Nature

Our live music programme continues to draw inspiration from the natural world with Sounds of Nature – a creative, musical response to tackling global warming that runs throughout 2022.

We’re also contributing to conservation and nature preservation across Greater Manchester. For every ticket purchased for events in our Sounds of Nature programme, we’ll donate at least £1 to City of Trees to help deliver a green recovery plan planting a trees and restoring woodlands for the people and wildlife of Greater Manchester. Learn more about sustainability at The Stoller Hall.

But, the performances are only half of the story.

As a venue, we’re actively fighting climate change and reducing our carbon footprint. We’re programming the best musical talent within the region, stocking the bar with sustainable products from local suppliers (such as the delicious Three Rivers Gin produced half a mile away) and reducing our energy consumption, to make us one of the UK’s most nature friendly music venues.

Explore the Sounds of Nature programme below.


  1. The Stoller Hall

    Quartetto Noûs

    Tue 25 October 2022, 7:30pm

    Noûs (nùs) is an Ancient Greek word whose meaning is mind and rationality, but also inspiration and creativity. The Quartetto...

  2. The Stoller Hall

    Professor Lightbulb’s Marvellous Inventions

    Sat 5 November 2022, 1pm

    Suitable for ages 3-12 Join musicians from the Chetham’s orchestra and be inspired by music, discovering some amazing inventions along...

  3. The Stoller Hall

    Jess Dandy and Martin Roscoe

    Mon 7 November 2022, 7:30pm

    6.30pm – Pre-concert talk: Martin Roscoe in conversation with Jess Dandy  (included in the ticket price)7.30pm – Live concert   ‘Stunning’...

  4. The Stoller Hall

    James Willshire

    Thu 17 November 2022, 7:30pm

    Part of our Sounds of Nature programme 'Spectacular musicianship and technical brilliance' - The Scotsman James has been working on putting together...