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Free lunchtime concerts to support our Wellbeing.

14 Oct 2008

Take time out for Northern Harmony on 23 October.

Thursday 23 October sees the launch of a partnership between the Martin Harris Centre and The University of Manchester's Human Resources - bringing beautiful music to the staff of the University as part of the University's Wellbeing initiative. Take time out to discover the Martin Harris Centre during your lunchtime. We can guarantee you will have a memorable time in our unique Concert Hall.

Everybody who attends the Northern Harmony concert on 23 October will receive a gift to support their wellbeing.

"This is an excellent initiative and a great way of reminding us of the tremendous range of advantages that working at the University can offer, and that can contribute positively to their well-being. How many people in other organisations could say that they could attend events such as this during their lunchtime and free of charge?"

Andrew Mullen
Deputy Director of HR & Head of Faculty of Humanities HR

Thursday 23 October 2008
Northern Harmony - Launch of Wellbeing Initiative

Hailed for their ‘sheer agility, vitality and power' (Washington Post), this American group presents thrilling harmony singing from throughout the world, including South African songs and dances, folk and sacred music from Georgia, Bulgaria and Corsica, and a variety of American traditions. A welcome appearance by this dynamic group whose heartfelt singing always gets an audience on its feet.

Venue: The Cosmo Rodewald Concert Hall
Time: 1.10pm
Admission Price: FREE


We host many performances in the Centre. For more details: