Royal Northern College of Music presents "In the City"
Mezzo-sopranos Rosie Middleton and Lucilla Graham will provide a modern programme including works by Ella Jarman-Pinto and RNCM student composer Michael Betteridge, accompanied by pianist Pilar Beltran.
Each piece will offer a new take on the theme Wonder Women: Radical Manchester.
This event is part of RNCM in the City, a series of 40 free performances taking place in 40 different venues across Manchester and Salford marking the College’s 40th anniversary.
For more information please visit www.rncm.ac.uk/inthecity
Booking Essential. Some tickets will be available on the day on a first come first served basis
You can also visit the display in Gallery 8 of some of the Victorian masterpieces that were attacked by the Suffragettes 100 years ago. And have a look at fascinating archive photographs HERE
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Visit creative tourist for details of the Wonder Women Radical Manchester programme 4 March - 4 April 2013
Wonder Women : Radical Manchester It’s Manchester, April 1913 and three ordinary Edwardian women turn vigilante, surprising guards at Manchestcer Art Gallery, smashing glass and causing a commotion in the fight for universal suffrage. 100 years later Wonder Women: Radical Manchester re-examines that shock moment. A milestone on the way to 2018 and the centenary of the first Act of Parliament for women, it is a distinctive Manchester voice questioning the power of women today. Join in and be heard. www.creativetourist.com/wonderwomen