All of Manchester’s communities stand together in strength, resilience and love.
In this most musical of cities, Manchester’s orchestral musicians from the Hallé, the BBC Philharmonic and the Manchester Camerata will come together with The Bridgewater Hall for a concert in support of the families and friends of the victims of last Monday’s atrocity.
Thursday 1 June 2017 at 8pm
At The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
Sir Mark Elder and Stephen Bell will conduct members of the Hallé, Manchester Camerata and BBC Philharmonic orchestras
Presented by Petroc Trelawny
Performances by Clare Teal, Alice Coote and Guy Garvey
The evening will include inspiring and uplifting classical music, a performance by Alice Coote – one of the world’s finest mezzo sopranos – as well as songs from international jazz star Clare Teal and award-winning singer-songwriter Guy Garvey.
Please allow plenty of time for your journey to the concert. There may be random bag searches at The Bridgewater Hall. Please avoid bringing large bags or luggage into the venue.
Sir Mark Elder
Ravel Mother Goose Suite: Fairy Garden
Elgar The Enigma Variations: Troyte, WN, Nimrod
Mahler Urlicht with Alice Coote
Stravinsky Firebird: Finale
Kern The Folks Who Live on The Hill with Clare Teal
Porter Ev’ry Time We Say Goodbye with Clare Teal
Bacharach What The World Needs Now with Clare Teal
Bernstein Times Square
Ahbez Nature Boy with Guy Garvey
Rodgers Bewitched with Guy Garvey
Thiele/Weiss Wonderful World with Guy Garvey
All tickets for the concert have now been allocated. Please contact the box office for any returns.
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Everyone involved with the event are giving their services free. Tickets for the concert are free, but you MUST have a ticket to gain entry. Please note: tickets are limited to four per household.
Or contact The Bridgewater Hall Box Office on 0161 907 9000. The Bridgewater Hall has waived its usual ticket charge. You will need your tickets to gain entry to the building.
We are asking people, if they are able, to make a donation to the Manchester Evening News’s ‘WeStandTogetherManchester’ Justgiving page below: