Dallas Black Dance Theatre and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra Unite for Concert Honoring Lives Lost To Racial ViolenceDallas Black Dance Theatre and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra are uniting for a concert to support Project Unity on November 11, 2020.
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Town Hall Symphony Hall awarded £2.53 million from Culture Recovery Fund - The Classical Source
Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra return to Symphony Hall Birmingham The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) is to return to Symphony Hall Birmingham, as its doors open for the first time in over seven months to enable live concerts for socially-distanced audiences. The announcement follows today’s decision by Arts Council England to award … Town Hall Symphony Hall awarded £2.53 million from Culture Re…
Shakespeare Birthplace Trust awarded £3 million grant from Government’s Culture Recovery Fund
Shakespeare Birthplace Trust awarded £3 million Culture Recovery Fund grant
Dallas Black Dance Theatre and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra Unite for Concert Honoring Lives Lost To Racial Violence
Dallas Black Dance Theatre and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra are uniting for a concert to support Project Unity on November 11, 2020.
Glacier Symphony Orchestra offering November virtual concerts
Glacier Symphony Orchestra and Chorale are adjusting to the spike in COVID-19 cases in the Flathead by moving their performances to online.The 38th season of the Glacier Symphony, Orchestra and Chorale started in late September with live concerts at Flathead High School.But during the October Board of Directors meeting, they explored the question of whether concerts scheduled for November should be released as digital performances only.Sighting …
Sheffield Theatres awarded funding as part of Culture Recovery Fund
Sheffield Theatres today announces the news that it has been awarded funding as part of the government’s Culture Recovery Fund, administered through Arts Council England.
BIRMINGHAM HIPPODROME CONFIRMS £3M FUNDING OFFER FROM CULTURAL RECOVERY FUND - Birmingham Hippodrome
Birmingham Hippodrome is delighted to confirm it has received an offer of £3m from the Cultural Recover Fund and thanks Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DMCS) and Arts Council England (ACE) for providing a welcome lifeline for the independent charity until the end of March 2021. The financial support from DCMS and ACE is of […]