About Organ Symphony with Thomas Trotter & the CBSO

Running time  This concert will last approximately 2 hours.

A showcase to celebrate 40 years of Birmingham’s City Organist, Thomas Trotter.

The clue’s in the name – and when the Symphony Hall organ makes its big entrance in Saint-Saëns’s “Organ” symphony, you’ll feel the air itself shake. This is music that you simply have to experience live, and along with Poulenc’s barnstorming Organ Concerto it’s a sensational showcase for Birmingham’s city organist Thomas Trotter: an afternoon of French music at its sweetest, and most spectacular.

Booking Info

Save on tickets with the CBSO’s concessionary prices. Tickets for students and benefit recipients start from £5. Tickets for 18-30s start from £10.

This concert is part of the CBSO’s multi-buy discount

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

Ticket commission

*Some events may carry a £3 - £4 ticket commission; charged per ticket. This is charged when you book through B:Music’s Box Office – online, by phone or in person. Any advertised prices will include any per-ticket fee that may apply.

Wheelchair Users and Disabled Patrons

If you require a wheelchair position (subject to availability) please call the Box Office on 0121 289 6343.

A range of tickets and services are available under our Access Scheme. To find out more, or to join the Access Scheme, email boxoffice@bmusic.co.uk or call us on 0121 289 6343.

Getting here

  • Symphony Hall
    Broad Street
    Birmingham
    B1 2EA
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