MONDAY JULY 6: Symphony Hall: [...].MONDAY JULY 6: Symphony Hall There are a number of concert halls known as Symphony Hall. Among the best known are:
Situated in the Birmingham Conservatoire main building in Paradise Circus, it is used for public concerts by : Juniors 11am-6.55pm; Town Hall: Ensembles 11am-7.35pm.
TUESDAY JULY 7: Symphony Hall: Junior Choirs 10.30am-6.10pm; Town Hall: Senior Choirs 10.30am; Adrian Boult Hall: Ensembles 11.00am-7.35pm.
WEDNESDAY JULY 8: Symphony Hall: School Orchestras/String & Chamber Orchestras 11.00am-7.10pm; Adrian Boult Hall: Traditional & International Music 11.00am-7.25pm. THURSDAY JULY 9: Symphony Hall: Brass Bands 10.30am-9pm; Town Hall: Chamber Music 10.30am-8.15pm; O2 Academy 2: Rock, Pop & Urban 5.30pm-9.50pm.
FRIDAY JULY 10: Symphony Hall: Wind Bands 10.30am-8.15pm; Town Hall: Adrian Boult Hall: Jazz 10.30am-8.20pm.
SATURDAY JULY 11: Symphony Hall: Youth Orchestras 10.30am-5.40pm; Town Hall: National Youth Music Organisation Festival (open rehearsals from 10am, showcase performances from 4.30pm); Adrian Boult Hall: Jazz 11.00am-6.35pm.
SUNDAY JULY 12: Symphony Hall: Sing for All. A free concert in Symphony Hall celebrating the wealth of young choral cho·ral
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Admission to National Festival events is by a day pass, available from the Symphony Hall Box Office (0121 780 3333), which costs pounds 8 for adults, pounds 4 concessions. The National Youth Music Organisation Festival and Sing for All are free, but tickets must be pre-booked through the box office, 0121 780 3333.
There is also a fringe Fringe (optics)
One of the light or dark bands produced by interference or diffraction of light. Distances between fringes are usually very small, because of the short wavelength of light. programme of debates and workshops. Visit www.mfy.org.uk.