From classical and chamber to funk and Scottish rock, The Stoller Hall’s autumn lineup is doing an excellent job of covering all bases.

Alongside internationally renowned musicians, the programme also features stellar names from the world of comedy and children’s entertainment.

On Mon 3 Oct The Manchester Chamber Concerts Society returns with an incredible performance from Steven Isserlis, who will be joined by Scottish pianist Alasdair Beatson.

The Soweto Gospel Choir bring their Freedom tour to the venue on Sat 22 Oct, delivering a show that celebrates and commemorates South Africa’s democratic movement, while the iconic James Taylor Quartet brings energetic boogaloo funk to the stage on Sat 29 Oct.

Into the festive period and pioneering solo percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie plays with Scottish improvising ensemble Trio HLK on Thu 1 Dec, and a newly-launched Christmas programme features music from Lindisfarne and The Syd Lawrence Orchestra, along with artisan markets and plenty of festive family-friendly activities.

The Stoller Hall’s year-long nature-focused programme also continues — a creative, musical response to tackling global warming. For every ticket purchased for events in the Sounds of Nature programme, the venue will donate at least £1 to City of Trees to help deliver a green recovery plan planting trees and restoring woodlands for the people and wildlife of Greater Manchester.

Check out the full Stoller Hall autumn calendar here.

A Manchester Wire Partnership post
Tue 5 Jul, The Stoller Hall,
Hunts Bank, Manchester M3 1DA
Bradley Lengden
Published on:
Mon 4 Jul 2022