Birmingham Town Hall - A great place to experience music

The Town Hall was built in 1834 by Joseph Hansom. When installed the Town Hall's 6,000-pipe William Hill concert organ was largest and most technologically advanced in the world.


Between 1784 - 1912 the city hosted the Birmingham Triennial Music Festival and the Town Hall was built to cope with its popularity with greats like Felix Mendelssohn and Edward Elgar performing there.

Project dates

31 Aug 2019 - On-going


History & heritage, Photography, Modern Architecture


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Jonathan Bostock

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