• The Seventh Wave Festival of Electronic Music: Number 2 (26 March)

    Blue Orange Theatre are proud to be one of the hosts for The Seventh Wave Festival of Electronic Music: Number 2 Presenting: Richard Barbieri (Japan/Rain Tree Crow/Porcupine Tree) With Very Special Guest GRICE Richard Barbieri will play live and will be supported by GRICE as part of a ‘double bill’ Two performances: Sunday 26th March […]

  • A Garden of Delights with Eleanor Turner (12 Feb)

    Eleanor Turner presents a varied programme of light classics ranging from Satie’s Gnossiene to Eleanor’s transcription of Amelies Suite by Yann Tiersen, La source by Harpist composer Alphonse Hasselman and Ain’t Misbehavin by Fats Waller. Since her London concerto debut with the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, aged just fifteen, British harpist Eleanor Turner has gained a worldwide […]

  • From Tears to Tango (12 Nov)

    Harpist Robin Ward and Recorder player Andrew Collis present a programme show casing the adaptability and versatility of these instruments in a programme of music that flows from Dowland’s famous Pavan lachrimae through French courtly dances, J S Bach, Bartok’s Romanian dances to Argentinian tango. Robin is truly a unique musician, in that he performs […]

  • A Potpourri of Harps (15 Oct)

    International harpist Robin Ward presents a mixed programme of Celtic and Classical music on a variety of rarely heard harps. Taking you on a musical journey from Renaissance Italy to the music of Welsh Gypsies. The French Salon through Andalucían Spain and the harpers of the British isles. Originally from New Zealand, and now resident […]

  • Birmingham Jazz (2 Dec)

    Pavillon is a 12 Piece ensemble led by French Horn Player Jim Rattigan. The group exclusively plays Rattigan’s compositions and features some of the most exciting and in- demand instrumentalists in the UK. This is an exceptionally dynamic ensemble, which is the result of a highly creative line-up of Alto, tenor and baritone saxes, three […]