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What's on

Tropics of Youth gig, 22 March, Doors open 7pm

Tropics of Youth gig, 22 March, Doors open 7pm

EP launch of their new single

Support from Fickle Friends, Laced and Pet Rock

5.00, standing

Tickets are available from our Shop. General admission.

For more information about Tropics of Youth gig, 22 March, Doors open 7pm, click here to visit the artist's website

Music in the Round presents: One Equal Music Ensemble 360 & Bring and Sing Choir with Angus Smith, 11 May, Doors Open 18:00

Music in the Round presents: One Equal Music Ensemble 360 & Bring and Sing Choir with Angus Smith, 11 May, Doors Open 18:00

BIBER Passacaglia from the Rosary Sonatas for solo violin HAYDN Hodie mecum eris in Paradiso from Seven Last Words from the Cross for string quartet PÄRT An den Wassern zu Babel for choir and string quartet HAYDN Deus meus, Deus meus, utquid dereliquisti me? from Seven Last Words from the Cross for string quartet JAMES MACMILLAN Lux aeterna for choir HAYDN In manus tuas, Domine, commendo spiritum meum from Seven Last Words from the Cross for string quartet GÓRECKI Totus Tuus for choir With plainchant from the Requiem Mass

This sequence of transcendent music forms a bridge across many centuries, linking serene medieval plainsong with profound modern works. Haydns moving meditations on the words of Christ, written fro a solemn Lent service, were intended to be interspersed with sermons, which here are replaced by complementary works: Bibers ecstatic Passacaglia of the 1670s; Górecki's Totus Tuus, written for Pope John Paul IIs emotional pilgrimage to Poland in 1987; Pärt's lament for wordless voices and instruments; and James Macmillan's Lux aeterna.Singers: be part of this special occasion! Groups and individuals are warmly invited to perform in this moving programme. Eminent singer Angus Smith (The Orlando Consort) will lead a workshop on Sunday 27 April and an ‘on the day’ rehearsal (1-3.30pm on both Sundays, held in the Cathedral). A fee of £10 includes the workshop, rehearsal, the concert and the music (which you can collect in advance and keep afterwords). To sign up and for more information contact Fraser on 0114 281 4660 or fraser@musicintheround.co.uk

Tickets*: £11 / £7.50 Disabled & Unemployed / £5 Under 18s & Students

Tickets are available from our Shop. General admission.

For more information about Music in the Round presents: One Equal Music Ensemble 360 & Bring and Sing Choir with Angus Smith, 11 May, Doors Open 18:00, click here to visit the artist's website

London Concertante, 17 May, doors open 7pm

London Concertante, 17 May, doors open 7pm

London Concertante give their début performance at the stunning, newly-renovated Sheffield Cathedral with a wonderful programme of baroque music, featuring Vivaldi's masterpiece - the Four Seasons. Directed from the violin by fiddle sensation, Bartosz Woroch, the ensemble also perform works by Mozart, Pachelbel and Bach, all presented in a Candlelight setting. This is sure to be a sensational evening.

Mozart - Divertimento in D Pachelbel - Canon in D Bach - Violin Concerto in A minor Vivaldi - The Four Seasons

£16 - £25

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For more information about London Concertante, 17 May, doors open 7pm, click here to visit the artist's website

Woman's Hour, 26 April Doors Open 7.30pm

Woman's Hour, 26 April Doors Open 7.30pm

Affirming themselves as one of the finest up-and-coming purveyor of modernist pop.

Fortifying vocalist Fiona Burgess insatiable northern paeans with a glistening pulse of a drum machine and bass guitar flirting, theirs is a sound that gets richer in soul with every listen. Support from Blessa and The Half Earth

5.00 standing

Tickets are available from our Shop. General admission.

For more information about Woman's Hour, 26 April Doors Open 7.30pm, click here to visit the artist's website