About Beyond the Bricks of Brum feat. BBC Symphony Orchestra, Black Voices, Casey Bailey, Sanity

Birmingham 22 Festival Presents Beyond the Bricks of Brum

Artists

BBC Symphony Orchestra

Conductor: Dalia Stasevska

Arrangements & Orchestrations: Jules Buckley

Black Voices

Casey Bailey

Sanity

John Bernard

Jasmine Gardosi

TrueMendous

Agaama

Featuring over 100 musicians, this celebration of Birmingham’s music and spoken word scene will see some of the most exciting talent from Birmingham being partnered with one of the country’s top orchestras.

Under the baton of Principal Guest Conductor, Dalia Stasevska, and featuring arrangements and orchestrations by Jules Buckley, the BBC Symphony Orchestra will be playing brand new arrangements and compositions from the likes of Black Voices, Casey Bailey and Sanity, plus other invited guest artists. This one-off performance will showcase the very best of Birmingham to the world, celebrating the city’s musical place in the Commonwealth and looking forward to the future of the music and spoken word scenes here in the city.

The three lead artists, Casey Bailey, Sanity and Shereece Storrod of Black Voices, were asked to invite other local artists who they feel they would like to present this opportunity to champion and have their work accompanied and arranged to be played alongside the BBC Symphony Orchestra. Those four invited artists are: John Bernard and Jasmine Gardosi (invited by Casey Bailey), TrueMendous (invited by Sanity), Agaama (invited by Shereece Storrod)

Shereece Storrod, Artistic Director of Black Voices and John Bernard, Poet, Rapper & Writer, talk about Beyond the Bricks of Brum

Booking Info

£48*, £42.50*, £38*

Free (limited) ticket for Disabled Visitor’s Carers, as per Access Scheme

Ticket commission

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Dates & Times

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Getting here

  • Symphony Hall
    Broad Street
    Birmingham
    B1 2EA
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