Music and Creative Arts are proud to announce that Symphony Hall will once again be host to this year’s Symphony Sounds.
Since Symphony Hall opened in 1991, it has been acclaimed as one of the finest concert halls in the world by critics, performers and public alike. It is situated in the heart of Birmingham and seats over 2,000 people.
So, on Saturday 1 June come and join us from 1pm when you can watch different Corps and Divisional groups perform in the informal foyer concerts, you can catch up with old friends from across the Territory and take time to get to know your Music and Creative Arts team who will be on hand at the MACA stand to talk about all the great resources that we now offer. SP & S and Besson will also be there.
The Symphony Sounds concert at 6:30pm will showcase some of the best in Salvation Army music and creative arts. Our musical guests for the evening will be FourHymn and, with a view to supporting Corps sections, Bellshill Band from the West Scotland division will also be with us. There will also be a choir of around 200 young people comprising Singing Companies across the Territory, presenting some ‘golden oldies’, as well as more recent songs. Along with the International Staff Songsters and the International Staff Band, I’m sure you will agree this makes a great line-up for the evening.
Have you been to a Symphony Sounds concert recently? If not we suggest you join us this year for a whole day of music making and fellowship. We are sure you won’t be disappointed.
Tickets for the evening concert are priced at £20 (inclusive of £3 booking fee) for adults and 16s and under go FREE with a paying adult (maximum of two tickets per paying adult); these can be purchased from the Symphony Hall, Birmingham box office (0121 780 3333 or www.thsh.co.uk) from Friday 1 March.