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Tunde Jegede’s work has changed the face of classical and contemporary music in Europe and Africa. He is one of the only composers in the world steeped in both Western Classical Music and the Griot Tradition of West Africa. This unique cultural inheritance informs his work as a composer and multi-instrumentalist, creating links between European classical music and that of Africa.
UCE Birmingham Conservatoire is one of the UK's leading music colleges and occupies a prime position in the heart of the city centre.
We have a varied range of rooms for hire to suit almost any occasion, from meetings, conferences and exhibitions to rehearsals, auditions, recitals and concerts.
Ground Floor rooms are all accessible to disabled people and there is a lift to the remaining floors. Our friendly staff will be happy to discuss your requirements and arrange to show you around our facilities if you wish.
The Adrian Boult Hall is the main concert hall of the Birmingham Conservatoire in central Birmingham, England. It is named after the conductor Adrian Boult.
Situated in the Birmingham Conservatoire main building in Paradise Circus, it is used for public concerts by students of the Conservatoire and also external performers. The concert hall has a single tier of 525 seats.