The Hallé’s Summer Season has six live concerts (3 June to 22 July 2021)

THE HALLÉ IS BACK! LIVE AT THE BRIDGEWATER HALL

The Hallé is delighted to announce its Summer Season of six live, socially distanced concerts in Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall. Each programme will be performed twice at 2.15pm and 7pm, to allow as many people as possible to hear the orchestra live once more. Three of these concerts (3 & 17 June, 22 July) will also be available for online broadcast in the same style as the Hallé’s hugely successful Winter Season.

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Mark Simpson’s new Violin Concerto proves full of pent-up energy and Noseda conducts the LSO in compelling Tchaikovsky

United KingdomUnited Kingdom Mark Simpson, Tchaikovsky: Nicola Benedetti (violin), London Symphony Orchestra / Gianandrea Noseda (conductor). Recorded at LSO St Luke’s 11.4.2021 and streamed (directed by Andy Quick) on Marquee TV from 29.4.2021. (JPr)

Nicola Benedetti conducts Mark Simpson’s Violin Concerto

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Stravinsky’s The Soldier’s Tale marches home to Manchester thanks to Martins Imhangbe and the Hallé’s musicians

United KingdomUnited Kingdom Stravinsky, The Soldier’s Tale: Hallé / Sir Mark Elder (conductor). Filmed in various locations in Manchester (by Maestro Broadcasting) and first streamed on 29.4.2021. (JPr)

Martins Imhangbe (Soldier) (c) Hallé

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The Hallé’s Summer Season of six live, socially distanced concerts in Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall

THE HALLÉ IS BACK! LIVE AT THE BRIDGEWATER HALL

Orchestra announces Summer Season with six live concerts (3 June 2021 – 22 July 2021)

The Hallé is delighted to announce its Summer Season of six live, socially distanced concerts in Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall. Each programme will be performed twice at 2.15pm and 7pm, to allow as many people as possible to hear the orchestra live once more. Three of these concerts (3 & 17 June, 22 July) will also be available for online broadcast in the same style as the Hallé’s hugely successful Winter Season.

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Beautiful, powerful concert performed at the highest level by the Castalian String Quartet at Stoller Hall

United KingdomUnited Kingdom Haydn, Janáček, Adès, The Polyphonic Concert Club – Castalian String Quartet: Sini Simonen, Daniel Roberts (violin), Charlotte Bonneton (viola), Christopher Graves (cello). Performed at Stoller Hall, Manchester, 21.3.2021, and broadcast via Vimeo, 8.4.2021 (CC)

Castalian String Quartet at Stoller Hall

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Bacewicz to the future as Hallé debutant Delyana Lazarova also conducts Copland and Shostakovich

United KingdomUnited Kingdom Bacewicz, Copland, Shostakovich: Hallé / Delyana Lazarova (conductor). Broadcast (directed by Jonathan Haswell) from the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, and streamed on 1.4.2021. (JPr)

Delyana Lazarova conducts the Hallé

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Isata Kanneh-Mason mesmerises in Beethoven and there is masterly Sibelius from Elder and the Hallé

United KingdomUnited Kingdom Richard Strauss, Beethoven, Sibelius: Isata Kanneh-Mason (piano), Hallé / Sir Mark Elder (conductor). Recorded (directed by Jonathan Haswell) at The Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, available from 18.3 to 18.6.2021. (JPr)

Hallé and Sir Mark Elder (conductor)

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Hallé resumes Winter Season with five new online concerts – 18 March to 29 April 2021

Hallé’s Winter Season – 18 March to 29 April 2021

The Hallé is delighted to announce the new dates of its critically acclaimed online Winter Season, with five new concerts streamed from the Hallé’s Manchester homes, The Bridgewater Hall and Hallé St Peter’s in Ancoats.

Sir Mark Elder (conductor) and Hallé (c) Russell Hart

The orchestra’s Music Director, Sir Mark Elder, will conduct three concerts, while Assistant Conductor and winner of the 2020 Siemens Hallé International Conductors Competition Delyana Lazarova will make her concert debut with the orchestra (1 April). Special guest artists will include Isata Kanneh-Mason, performing with the orchestra for the first time (18 March), as well as Paul Lewis (25 March) and Stephen Hough (15 April).

The final concert in the series will see Sir Mark Elder conduct Stravinsky’s The Soldier’s Tale in a new staging directed by Olivier Award winner Annabel Arden which will be filmed in various locations around Manchester and feature three actors, a dancer and seven instrumentalists (29 April).

Each concert will remain available to watch on demand for three months after the initial broadcast.

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