Matt Carmichael is a rising star in the burgeoning Scottish jazz scene and one of its leading voices. A frequent award winner and a finalist in the 2020 BBC Young Jazz Musician of the Year competition, Matt draws inspiration from the dramatic moods and expansiveness of Scotland’s coastal imagery and his jazz background brings a unique focus on the country’s folk tradition.
Prepare to see Blue as you’ve never seen them before in grand theatre settings, featuring performances of fan favourites such as “All Rise”, Flyby”, “Too Close”, “One Love”, “Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word” and some surprises, alongside anecdotes from their 20 years as mainstays of the pop music scene.
Music Director of the Ulster Orchestra and of Opéra National de Lyon, Daniele Rustioni returns to the Hallé having been named “Best Conductor of the Year” at the 2022 International Opera Awards.
I Monster, who have been making electronic music since the early 90s, play live at Sheffield City Hall.
Trish Clowes and Ross Stanley bring their thought provoking music and distinctive interplay to Firth Hall. They have been developing their repertoire and crafting their unique sound world over a number of years, built around a diverse range of music – their own material, arrangements from jazz, folk and church organ traditions and free improvisations.
Jethro Tull have today announced the UK leg of The Seven Decades Tour. The 11 date tour will indulge fans with songs spanning the bands entire catalogue of music from their 1968 debut album ‘This Was’ through to their latest album ‘RökFlöte’ that was released earlier this year.
Killer Queen have been performing their tribute to Queen’s concert since 1993. Their expert musicianship, extraordinary energy and accurate portrayal of the world’s greatest live band have rightfully earned Killer Queen the title of Queen tribute royalty.
A spectacular launch for Sheffield Chamber Music Festival, showcasing two spellbinding works in the intimacy of the Crucible Playhouse. A passionate Piano Quartet by Gabriel Fauré – whose music our Guest Curator Steven Isserlis has described as “uniquely moving and uplifting”– opens the evening.
Leading British pianist Peter Hill has been part of the Music in the Round ‘family’ from the very beginning, appearing in the first Festival in 1984. For the first time since his sell-out concert in 2018, he returns to the Playhouse to give a solo recital of a selection of Bach’s elegant ‘English’ Suites and ever-inventive ‘Well-Tempered Clavier’.
In 2024, Music in the Round celebrates its 40th anniversary, with the Sheffield Chamber Music Festival set to be a highlight bringing nine sensational days of concerts in the Crucible Playhouse 17 – 25 May 2024.