The latest from the city centre venues.
The music matches the weather this week.
A free classical concert is being held this weekend to launch Birmingham’s first independent music school.
South Birmingham Sinfonia is inviting the public to two concerts in its Summer Concert Series when they will perform works by Wagner, Brahms and Liszt.
The Public to be part of a nationwide celebration of music in communities
The exciting power trio Voodoo Room celebrate the short life of the first and arguably the greatest super group
Here’s a run-down of what’s happening at the venue.
Birmingham Press reader Dr Ron Dawson has sent a message aimed at schools and musicians across Birmingham.
More good news for the city’s cultural scene.
Steve Sarsby on Van Der Graaf Generator at the Robin 2.
Singer-songwriter and winner of Sky One’s Must Be The Music – Emma’s Imagination – heads to Glee Club Birmingham
For the third year running Winterbourne House and Garden will play host to the 29th Birmingham International Jazz Festival
Its fun all the way as the “Purveyors of Cool” swing into Wolverhampton’s Grand Theatre on Sunday 14th July with a sensational show featuring the greatest music of the 20th century.
The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra announced two senior appointments today in the newly created positions of Director of Marketing & Digital and Director of Development.
Midlands musicians Luke Concannon and Jimmy Davis will be playing a co-headline hometown show at Glee Club Birmingham
Howard Elston answers all your queries regarding that finger snapping pop and beat combo The Rolling Stones after their groovy music bash-aroonie in Somerset.
Steve Beauchampé happened on The Strypes when they played The Slayed Rumz, Wolverhampton, last Thursday and believes they reclaim rock and roll for the talent-show generation.
Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre has announced that a further 22 shows will be on sale from Mon 1 July
Boy George – This Is What I Do (live) Tour 2013 at Glee Club Birmingham
Northern Soul lovers can get back on the dance floor when a Birmingham venue hosts original Wigan Casino DJs for a night of music nostalgia.
The Doors Alive, widely regarded as the most enthralling representation of the legendary 1960s rock gods, are playing at Artrix
Roy Forbes and the Brian Dee Quartet perform The Unforgettable Nat King Cole at The Public
Worldwide music sensation Hamish Stuart is set to make his second appearance at Birmingham’s Jam House on Thursday 4 July with The Hamish Stuart band.
Laurence Inman rather warms to New Jersey’s finest export.
From tantric Buddhist interpretation to disco-funk humping, Martin Longley gets down in NYC clubland. And, er, a museum of Himalayan art.
Blues talent Chantel McGregor talks to Dave Woodhall.
Rainbow Voices Choir present a summer concert of songs themed around the feeling of love.
Fans of The Kinks are being invited to come and get Kinky in King’s Heath on Sunday 7 July and celebrate a legendary performance by the group at the former Ritz Ballroom
BGSO inviting orchestral musicians of all backgrounds from across the Midlands and beyond to come and join in for a weekend of making new friends and music in great setting of mac birmingham.
The full line-up for mac birmingham’s ‘new music’ festival for young people ‘One Beat Saturday’ is now available.