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CBSO Concert Season  2014 - 2015 Announced

CBSO Concert Season 2014 - 2015 Announced

A world-class orchestra at home in Birmingham. The CBSO announces its 2014-15 Concert Season at Symphony Hall, Birmingham.  Andris Nelsons’ farewell season, premieres, anniversaries and a host of acclaimed artists take to the stage.

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Beethoven Week

Beethoven Week

Experience the CBSO and Andris Nelsons perform all nine symphonies of Ludwig van Beethoven in just one week; the mightiest challenge a group of musicians can ever share.

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Wagner and Elgar

Wagner and Elgar

Wagner’s music is what made Andris Nelsons want to become a musician so it is fitting that he finishes this season on 25 August in a concert featuring excerpts from two of Wagner’s most treasured operas – Parsifal and Lohengrin.

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CBSO 2014-15 Season brochure

CBSO 2014-15 Season brochure

Explore CBSO performances Sep 2014 - July 2015, from Beethoven to Queen.






CBSO 2014-15 Season brochure



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