Win tickets to every remaining concert in Sheffield International Concert Season 2016/17 @ RMC Media

Sheffield International Concert Season continues as Sheffield City Hall moves into its 85th Birthday year, with some of the world’s leading orchestras, soloists and conductors taking the stage in the famous Irwin Mitchell Oval Hall.

You could win a pair of tickets to each of the six remaining concerts, starting with London Mozart Players on Friday 24th February!

This fantastic prize offers the chance to experience first hand the talents of Great British baton holders Sir Mark Elder, Barry Wordsworth, Howard Shelley and Sheffield’s own Ryan Wigglesworth, leading world class ensembles including The Hallé and Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra and phenomenal soloists such as Natasha Paremski and Freddy Kempf.

Classical music has been an essential part of the City Hall’s identity since the venue first opened its doors in 1932. The following years have seen many of the world’s greatest performers grace its stage, building year on year a formidable reputation as one of the country’s leading concert halls and playing a prominent role in Sheffield’s diverse and flourishing classical offering.

Concerts at Sheffield City Hall are always a special occasion; each performance is preceded by a pre-concert talk offering a fascinating glimpse behind the scenes with one of the performers and the historic oak-panelled City Bar offers the perfect location to start the evening.

Tickets for Sheffield International Concert Season 2015/16, from just £5 for students and under 18s, are available online at sheffieldcityhall.co.uk through the ticket hotline on 0114 2 789 789 and in person at the Sheffield City Hall Box Office (subject to booking fees).


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