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Transformation of Symphony Hall

Two Birmingham-based musicians have been commissioned to create brand-new music which scores an incredible video of symphony Halls’ £13.2 million transformation.

Isla Wolfe and Surdarshan Singh have collaborated for the first time on this two-minute track, fusing hip-hop and tabla percussion. The music accompanies a video produced by us, which shows the changes to the venue’s front of house spaces overlooking Centenary Square.

Music is at the heart of the redeveloped public spaces in Birmingham’s internationally renowned concert hall. Upon re-opening the new state-of-the-art performance facilities, delivered with funds raised prior to the global pandemic, will offer local artists even more opportunities to make music as part of an exciting programme of free and affordable events and activities.

Richard Loftus, Director of Sales and Marketing said “For over 18 months, Time Lapse UK captured the external transformation of Symphony Hall’s redevelopment. Throughout that time, they remained in contact sharing monthly videos and offering the ability to log-in and observe more immediate imagery captured. In addition to creating a PR moment as the project concludes, Time Lapse UK have also captured history in the making for our world-renowned concert hall.”

Check out their final video below: