Winter Season 2020/21


Booking for the Hallé’s online Winter Season is now open. Nine concerts filmed and broadcast to you online. You can download our new brochure, which has all the details, and use the links below to buy a subscription or individual tickets.


Buy a subscription for all 9 concerts here Download the brochure

All 9-concerts Season subscription £96
Individual concert £14
Individual concert (discount) £5*

* Discount applies to NHS workers, those in full-time education and those on Government benefits.
Please note, these prices are inclusive of tax. Vimeo lists prices without tax until checkout.


Due to current circumstances, we have had to make some changes to our concert broadcast dates. We will still broadcast all nine concerts, and the new broadcast dates are listed below. Unfortunately, Henning Kraggerud is unable to join us due to Covid restrictions, we are very grateful to Paul Lewis for stepping in as performer and conductor for a concert featuring Mozart and Stravinsky due to be released on Thursday 25 March 2021.


Halle Winter Season 2020/21 in association with:

FANFARE FOR
THE HALLÉ


THURSDAY 3 DECEMBER 2020

Sir Mark Elder – conductor

Broadcast from The Bridgewater Hall

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RODERICK WILLIAMS
SINGS BUTTERWORTH


THURSDAY 10 DECEMBER 2020

Sir Mark Elder – conductor

Broadcast from Hallé St Peter’s

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THE EVENT
HORIZON


THURSDAY 14 JANUARY 2021

Jonathan Bloxham – conductor

Broadcast from Hallé St Peter’s

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‘THE EVENT HORIZON’ digital programme

MOVIE
CLASSICS


THURSDAY 11 FEBRUARY 2021

Stephen Bell – conductor

Broadcast from The Bridgewater Hall

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‘MOVIE CLASSICS’ digital programme

SIBELIUS’S
THIRD SYMPHONY


THURSDAY 18 MARCH 2021

Sir Mark Elder – conductor

Broadcast from The Bridgewater Hall

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PAUL LEWIS
PLAYS MOZART


THURSDAY 25 MARCH 2021

Paul Lewis – piano/director

Broadcast from Hallé St Peter’s

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SHOSTAKOVICH’S
DAZZLING FIRST


THURSDAY 1 APRIL 2021

Delyana Lazarova – conductor

Broadcast from The Bridgewater Hall

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TRAIL-BLAZING
HALLÉ


THURSDAY 15 APRIL 2021

Sir Mark Elder – conductor

Broadcast from The Bridgewater Hall

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STRAVINSKY’S
THE SOLDIER’S TALE


THURSDAY 29 APRIL 2021

Sir Mark Elder – conductor

Broadcast from The Bridgewater Hall

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All nine concerts in the season will be streamed on Vimeo, the world’s leading professional video platform, at thehalle.vhx.tv


HOW TO BOOK

Visit www.halle.co.uk/winter-season-2020 for details of the whole season, including subscription and individual ticket prices.

If you would like to book a subscription of nine concerts, click on ‘Buy a subscription for all 9 concerts’. The entire season costs £96 (including fees) and is best value for money.

You can also book individual concerts for £14 (including fees).

Discounted tickets are available for individual concerts to NHS workers, those in full-time education and those on Government benefits at £5 (including fees).

Every concert comes with a free digital programme, which will be available closer to each concert’s broadcast date.

To book our concerts, you will need to create an account – you will need these details to access the concerts. If you would like to book the concerts for someone else, click on the product you would like to purchase and select ‘Gift This’ on the payment page.

Please note, Vimeo lists prices without tax until checkout.


HOW TO WATCH OUR CONCERTS

You will receive an email confirmation with details of your purchase. You can use this email to access your account to watch your purchased concert. You can also login with your account details directly at thehalle.vhx.tv and watch the subscription package or concert you bought. Each broadcast will be available from midday on the date of the concert and will remain accessible for three months.

Please be aware that artists, programmes or prices may change for unavoidable reasons.

Given these difficult times, it may be necessary to cancel or alter programmes depending on changes to artist availability or government regulations. The health and safety of everyone who works for the Hallé is paramount. In the event of concerts being cancelled, you will be refunded automatically.

Every effort has been made to ensure that the Hallé’s streamed concerts are of the highest quality, however we are not responsible for external devices, including the broadcast quality of individual equipment.

It may be possible for you to view our concerts on your TV by linking it to your internet-connected device. As personal devices are differently configured and TVs have different capabilities, it is impossible for us to offer specific advice. However, you may know someone who might be able to help. If you think we can answer a general question, by all means email info@halle.co.uk

The sound and vision quality of modern laptops and PCs is excellent, and you should be able to enjoy all of these concerts on your favourite device.


THANK YOU

It is due to the generosity of our sponsors, patrons and every loyal supporter who has been so understanding over the past months, that we are able to perform these concerts.

Arts Council England, the Greater Manchester Authorities and the City of Manchester have all been steadfast in their support and have our sincerest thanks.

The Hallé is deeply grateful to our partners in The Bridgewater Hall, without whose collaboration these streamed concerts would not be possible.


SUPPORT US

The Hallé, now more than ever, relies on the generosity of all our supporters. To see how you can help, visit the link below:

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