Classical music returns to Sheffield City Hall in Sheffield International Concert Season 2019/20, a thrilling and diverse year of music bursting at the seams with world-class orchestras, conductors and soloists.

In the span of 14 incredible classical concerts in Sheffield from September 2019 to May 2020, we welcome leading international and homegrown talent to Sheffield to perform some of the greatest music ever written in our grand Oval Hall, from international visitors like the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra to our Resident Orchestra The Hallé.

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The Hallé

Rising Norwegian star, Tabita Berglund, conducts the music of two Nordic greats.

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Sheffield Philharmonic Chorus: After Hours

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City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra

Richard Strauss’s graphic Duet Concertino for clarinet, bassoon and orchestra was the composer’s final instrumental work.

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City Hall Christmas Concert (Matinee)

Two musical forces reunite for a festive celebration featuring family favourites and sing-along carols.

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City Hall Christmas Concert (Evening)

Two musical forces reunite for a festive celebration featuring family favourites and sing-along carols.

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The Hallé

Kazuki Yamada brings his superb talents to bear on Tchaikovsky’s much-loved Fifth Symphony.

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Orchestre National de Lille

Throughout the ages French music has been marked by its refinement, great craftsmanship and subtle colours.

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BBC Philharmonic

In this unique event, the erudite and affable broadcaster Andrew McGregor and the BBC Philharmonic explore the extraordinary soundworld of a true landmark in musical history, Berlioz’s Symphonie fantastique.

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English Chamber Orchestra

François Leleux, a musician of infectious vitality, is both conductor and soloist as we welcome back the English Chamber Orchestra.

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The Hallé

To celebrate Beethoven’s 250th Birthday, is there a more iconic symphony than Beethoven’s Fifth?

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The Hallé

The brilliant and dynamic Dalia Stasevska directs the Hallé in the company of Kian Soltani, one of the finest cellists of his generation.

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The Hallé & Sheffield Philharmonic Chorus

Gianluca Marcianó, the Hallé and the Sheffield Philharmonic Chorus are joined by a fine cast of soloists for Verdi’s remarkable Requiem.

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St Petersburg Symphony Orchestra

The hugely talented and versatile Ben Palmer conducts the St Petersburg Symphony Orchestra in our second evening of all-Russian repertoire.

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