Gigs And Concerts

Gigs And Concerts

Gigs and Concerts

With a biographical paragraph chock-full of achievements, including winner of the Opera les Azuriales Ozone prize and being a finalist in the 2014 Belvedere...

Down below the Guild of Students in The Cellar, a war started Monday night: BandSoc's 2016 Battle of the Bands. Thirteen bands competed in...

Below the cafe of the soup kitchen, a warm, homely, open place with cakes and tea in abundance, lies underneath a small, dimly lit...

This non-audition choir serves as a reminder that such ensembles have the capacity to be truly universal by being open to anyone looking for...

Tiggs Da Author is currently supporting Jess Glynne on her UK tour, and we managed to interview and review his set at O2 Apollo...

This band’s tagline of ‘what happens when classical musicians let their hair down’, could equally be put as ‘what happens when classical musicians don...

Beginning with a piece from their homeland, Anzoletti’s A major Trio opens with a beautifully sonorous solo from Severi on cello, and one cannot...

When I discovered that Liverpool would be holding a Phil Ochs song night at 81 Renshaw in remembrance of the songwriter on his 75th...

Inharmonic Flux by University of Liverpool’s very own Andy Graley is forward thinking and, for the performers, an intellectual exercise. It begins quietly, with...

Much has already been said about The Killers’ Anglophilia, so I won’t repeat it here – the very fact that Killers frontman Brandon Flowers...

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