Follow the links below to find out about the projects we're working on at the moment, and those coming up in the next twelve months.
Some of the ideas listed below may still be in the planning stages. If you're interested in being part of any of this work, watch this space for more information or contact us and we'll keep you informed of what's happening closer to the time.
Posted on 06 April 2017
Transport for Greater Manchester and The Bridgewater Hall are collaborating on an exciting project, ‘Tram Tracks’, which will celebrate the 25th anniversary of Metrolink and The Bridgewater Hall’s 21st Birthday. It is a large-scale creative music project which aims to truly reflect the diverse communities across Greater Manchester and how those communities’ lives have been changed by the tram.
Posted on 30 March 2016
A series of free lunchtime foyer concerts introducing classical, contemporary and world music by artists from Manchester and beyond. Join us on Friday lunchtimes from May to September for a lesiurely lunch or a quick bite of culture in this ever-popular summer programme.
Posted on 06 January 2016
Monthly sensory, discovery and play sessions designed for babies and toddlers. Each session is inspired by a much-loved piece of music or a particular genre, with live musicians to play and interact with you and your child.
Posted on 30 December 2014
Find your voice in a fun, informal environment where everybody is welcome – with no auditions, no prior expectations, and no need to read music. The Singers meet on Wednesday lunchtimes, fortnightly.
Posted on 30 April 2013
Half term musical discovery sessions for young people with special educational needs and their families, these concerts combine live professional performance with interactive workshop to show off everybody's musical talents!
Posted on 25 April 2013
Join a public tour of The Bridgewater Hall, or book a private tour for your school or community group. We also offer a range of workshops including performance poetry, songwriting and percussion for all ages - why not make a day of it and develop a new skill during your visit?