Manchester’s Halle orchestra, the BBC Philharmonic and the Manchester Camerata have announced a concert at the Bridgewater Hall in support of the families and friends of the victims of Monday’s atrocious terror attack.
The evening, to be held on 1 June, will include performances by jazz star Clare Teal and award-winning singer and songwriter Guy Garvey.
The concert is set to feature inspiring and uplifting classical music as well as a performance by Alice Coote, one of the world’s finest mezzo sopranos.
All participants in the concert are giving their services free of charge.
Where and when does the classical concert in support of the families and fiends of the Manchester terror attack take place?
The Halle Orchestra, BBC Philharmonic and Manchester Camerata are joining forces at the Bridgewater Hall. The concert will take place at 8pm on 1 June.
Tickets are free, but attendees must have a ticket to gain entry.
The Halle, BBC Philharmonic and Manchester Camerata are asking people, if they are able, to make a donation to the WeStandTogetherManchester Justgiving campaign at www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/westandtogethermanchester
Tickets and latest information about the event are available by visiting www.halle.co.uk/westandtogether
The Halle Orchestra image courtesy Russel Hart.
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