The Remembrance Concert will include musical performances as well as readings from students. The distant sound of gunshot, photographs of soldiers and communities from WWI as well as a poignant shower of poppies will set the scene as generations come together to help mark the end of the first World War. Musicians will also perform an extract from “The Armed Man” by Welsh composer Karl Jenkins, subtitled “A Mass for Peace” as the concert honours the messages of remembrance and hope.
The concert will culminate in an extraordinary combined choir and orchestra performance of Mozart’s Requiem, one of the most famous choral works in the classical repertoire.
Tickets for this unique event range from £10-£28 and are available from Birmingham Symphony Hall:
Online: Find the Remembrance Concert listed here https://www.thsh.co.uk/event/remembrance-concert. Special discount code for parents: MTAYLORS will give you a 20% discount off full priced tickets.
In Person: From the Symphony Hall. The Box Office is to your right as you enter through the main ICC entrance on Centenary Square, Birmingham. The Box Office is open Monday to Saturday from 10am – 6pm, and on concert evenings 30 minutes into the start of the performance.
By Phone: Contact the Box Office tel: 0121 780 3333 (10am – 6pm, Monday to Saturday). Hearing impaired patrons can call the Box Office minicom line on 0121 644 6140.
For group bookings, please call 0800 358 7070 (10am – 5pm, Monday to Friday) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This open concert will include performances from all schools associated with the Merchant Taylors’ Company – one of the Great Twelve Livery Companies of the City of London and founder of a number of schools. Wolverhampton Grammar School will join performers representing Merchant Taylors’ School, Northwood; King’s School, Macclesfield; St Saviour’s and St Olave’s School; Wallingford School; Merchant Taylors’ Prep School; Merchant Taylors’ Boys’ School; St Helen’s School, London; Merchant Taylors’ Girls’ School; Foyle College; Merchant Taylors’ Junior Girls’ School and St John’s School, Northwood.