Music concerts of the highest calibre
in Birmingham available to students for a fraction
of the normal price
In the new year Birmingham is hosting two special high calibre classical music events with tickets available for your students at just £5 each.
The first is a concert in which Edward Gardner conducts Peer Gynt, Walton’s first symphony, and Elgar’s Cello Concerto on 17 January.
The second concert on 26 January sees the St Petersburg Philharmonic play Prokofiev and Rimsky-Korsakov: the most celebrated of Russian orchestras playing two of Russia’s most spectacular orchestral showpieces: Romeo and Juliet and Scheherazade.
In addition to the tickets being available at £5 tickets per student, the discount also applies to the seats occupied by yourself and your colleagues. It doesn’t matter how many or how few students you are bringing along to an event, the tickets cost just £5 each.
Also, if it is more convenient for you, you can encourage parents to organise a home-school group so that parents can organise and arrange the trip themselves.
And if you are bringing a group of 20 or more pupils or students you can in addition get two free tickets for the organisers.
To see the details of all the classical music concerts that are scheduled for the coming months please do take a look at our website page which outlines the events for which these discounts apply.
Then to book just call Group Bookings on 0800 358 7070 (10am – 5pm, Monday to Friday) or email email@example.com.
If you have any questions about these new discounts, please do call the group bookings number and we’ll be pleased to help you.
Finally, in case it is helpful to you I set out below a letter that could be emailed to parents informing them of the event.
I am pleased to say that the concert venue THSH in Birmingham has offered the school tickets for two classical music concerts in January, with the tickets for students available at the very discounted price of just £5 per student.
This is a rare opportunity for students in the school to witness live performances of the very best musicians performing popular works from the classical repertoire, and I am hoping that a number of our students will attend with me.
The first is a concert in which Edward Gardner conducts Peer Gynt, Walton’s first symphony, and Elgar’s Cello Concerto on 17 January. Details are to be found here.
The second concert on 26 January sees the St Petersburg Philharmonic play Prokofiev and Rimsky-Korsakov. This concert involves the most celebrated of Russian orchestras playing two of Russia’s most spectacular orchestral showpieces: Romeo and Juliet and Scheherazade. Details of this concert are here.
I would be most grateful if you could email me back at xxxx@xxxxx by xxxdate to let me know if your son or daughter will be attending this concert.