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BPREVIEW: There Will Be Blood @ Symphony Hall 05.02.17

BREVIEW: There Will Be Blood: Live @ Symphony Hall 05.02.17

    Words by Billy Beale Many rock stars have had a turn scoring films. Mark Knopfler scored The Princess Bride, Trent Reznor worked on The Social Network and Johnny Marr contributed to his mate Hans Zimmer’s score for The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Much like Radiohead in the world of pop music, Jonny Greenwood’s music […]

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BPREVIEW: There Will Be Blood @ Symphony Hall 05.02.17

BPREVIEW: There Will Be Blood: Live @ Symphony Hall 05.02.17

    Words by Ed King On Sunday 4th February, There Will Be Blood:Live gets a special screening at the Symphony Hall – with the London Contemporary Orchestra (LCO) playing the film’s score live. Clue’s in the title. Conducting the LCO will be founder Hugh Brunt, featuring Cybthis Millar on Ondes Martenot, Galya Bisengalieva on violin […]

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Michael Oesterle @ CBSO Centre 18.11.16 / By Reuben Penny © Birmingham Review

BREVIEW: Michael Oesterle @ CBSO Centre 18.11.16

    Words by Sam James / Pics by Reuben Penny One of the benefits of having the Conservatoire in town, as a fan of contemporary music, is that composers and musicians from around the world are drawn to our city to give lectures and concerts. Last week, the Canadian composer Michael Oesterle was in […]

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Michael Oesterle @ CBSO 18.11.16

BPREVIEW: Michael Oesterle @ CBSO 18.11.16

    Words by Ed King On Friday 18th November, Michael Oesterle performs at the CBSO alongside new compositions from Peter Bell, Patrick Ellis, Seán Clancy – as presented by Frontiers. The conductor will be Richard Baker with the Thallein Ensemble. Doors open at 7:30pm, with standard tickets charged at £10 (advance) and £12 (otd). For […]

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Post Paradise – feat. Zach Dawson, Paul Zaba, Louis D’Heudieres @ Centrala (Minerva Works) 23.09.16 / Pics by Michelle Martin © Birmingham Review

BREVIEW: Post Paradise – feat. Zach Dawson, Paul Zaba, Louis D’Heudieres @ Centrala (Minerva Works) 23.09.16

**This event was given a Birmingham Review by Sam James and Ed King, both are presented below. The pictures featured are from Reuben Penny and Michelle Martin.** Words by Sam James / Pics by Reuben Penny As much as I hate to say it in such a public forum, but the part of the old library […]

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