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Israel born singer-songwriter Noga Ritter and her band bring their music to Manchester for the first time. A beautiful fusion of Hebrew Jazz and global grooves. Exclusively for this show, Noga will invite the museum’s song-writing group to join her in performing an original song they wrote collaboratively with Noga in a workshop before the […]

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Join House of Ghetto for this special Black Pride edition of their legendary Manchester Vogue Ball. Manchester Vogue Ball is a spectacular evening of dance and costume inspired by the Vogue movement of 1970s/80s New York.        

Get in the mood for Christmas with the Hallé Christmas Cracker at the Bridgewater Hall. Conducted by Stephen Bell, you can sing along with Christmas classics like: It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas; It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year; Let It Snow; Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas; Chestnuts Roasting on […]

Join in with some of your favourite Christmas carols at the Hallé Carol Concert. You’ll be able to hear the orchestra and also three Hallé Choirs, including the brilliant Children’s Choir. Conducted by Stephen Bell, the programme includes: Good King Wenceslas; It Came Upon the Midnight Clear; God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen; Hark! The Herald […]

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Medieval Manchester Festival is a family-friendly daytime event at Chetham’s in Manchester City Centre. With live music, food, drink and medieval entertainment, the event marks the 600th anniversary of Manchester’s oldest buildings. Chetham’s stunning medieval buildings date right back to 1421. This special 2-day festival celebrates Manchester’s history, and the incredible story of Chetham’s. Step inside […]

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The Russian Music Centre would like to welcome anyone who is interested in learning more about Russian music and culture. Whether you’re an experienced Balalaika player or are interested in learning to play – the centre offers music groups for everyone. Membership is free and meet-ups take place on Monday from 5:00 pm – 7:30 […]

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The Irish Music Centre is a great place for students who are interested in learning and playing traditional Irish music. Young people can learn to play a range of traditional Irish instruments like the tin whistle and the pipes. They can also try their hand at the banjo, guitar, fiddle and accordion. Students have the […]

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North Music Centre is a lively and friendly place for children aged 3-18. Offering a wide range of musical opportunities, children and young people can enjoy playing an instrument as part of a group. Activities include samba, folk (ceilidh), rock & pop bands as well as wind, brass and string groups. There are also singing […]

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South Music Centre is a lively and friendly place for children aged 3-18. Offering a wide range of musical opportunities, children and young people can enjoy playing an instrument as part of a group. Activities include rock & pop bands, wind bands, ukulele group, string ensembles, choir and orchestra. There are lots of fun activities […]

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The Central Music Centre is home to the Manchester Youth String Orchestra (MYSO). MYSO is open to anyone aged 11-18 who can play a string instrument at Grade 4 level or above. The orchestra play a wide range of different music and there is no entry audition. Develop ensemble skills in a friendly environment. Membership […]