An interactive family concert exploring the boundaries between music, sound and noise.
Birmingham Contemporary Music Group performs works from Tombeau de Debussy and new commissions as part of the Debussy Festival
Birmingham Contemporary Music Group performs works by Boulez and Tristan Murail as part of the Debussy Festival
CANCELLED: I Am Swimming: The People’s Orchestra and BCMG as part of CoMA’s Festival of Contemporary Music for All
Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla conducts as BCMG and Pierre-Laurent Aimard perform works by Elliott Carter
Discover Epigrams, the last work that American composer Elliott Carter wrote.
Discover Debussy's music and how it influenced the generations that followed, from Pierre Boulez, Tristan Murail and Julian Anderson to those only just emerging today.
A free performance celebrating Birmingham's canals - where once goods were exchanged we now exchange musical ideas.
Oliver Knussen curates his own concert at Milton Court Concert Hall with Birmingham Contemporary Music Group
A special concert celebrating thirty years of BCMG: thirty years of innovative programming, outstanding commissions and trailblazing Learning & Participation work.
Free workshop for families before our Canal Serenade
The world’s oldest surviving music hall provides an atmospheric backdrop for a staged performance of Peter Maxwell Davies’s Eight Songs for A Mad King. Sian Edwards conducts the Birmingham Contemporary Music Group, with Marcus Farnsworth as soloist.