MIRO to perform at Black History Month launch

Manchester International Roots Orchestra are honoured to be performing as part of Greater Manchester’s Black History Month launch later this month. The performance takes place at Manchester Cathedral on Wednesday 30th September at 7pm. Tickets: £2 adults / £1 children Click here to book Facebook: blackhistoryGM Twitter: @BlackhistoryGM        

MIRO to perform at the Littleborough Arts Festival

Manchester International Roots Orchestra fans will be pleased to hear that the orchestra will be doing a summer gig as part of the Littleborough Arts Festival near Rochdale. The gig will take place on Thursday 27th August at 7.30pm at St Barnabas Church. Tickets cost £5 and are available from Framework, 30a Hare Hill Road, […]

MIRO gig at Rochdale Literature Festival

For all you Manchester International Roots Orchestra fans, there’s a FREE local gig coming up on Sunday 26 October 2014 as part of the Rochdale Literature Festival. For more details or to book, click here.

MIRO to perform at Edinburgh Festival

Manchester International Roots Orchestra (MIRO) will be performing as part of the prestigious Edinburgh Festival this summer. MIRO is a musically diverse orchestra nurturing collaboration between international musicians, including refugees and other culturally diverse backgrounds. They’ll perform at St John’s Church, Princes Street on 1 August 2014. Tickets are available here.

Platforma Festival 2013 Live Music Night video highlights

We’ve just uploaded the video highlights from the Platforma Festival 2013 Live Music Night featuring, amongst others, Manchester International Roots Orchestra, Crossings Band, plus Katy Carr and The Aviators. Platforma Festival 2013 brought artists, performers, academics, organisations and funders from across the UK and around the world together to showcase work, share practice and discuss […]

Mcr International Roots Orchestra

The Manchester International Roots Orchestra (MIRO) is a unique ensemble of musicians with roots from across the world including students from the RNCM. Its repertoire skilfully combines diverse musical influences from haunting Eastern European melodies, to the delicate textures of Middle Eastern percussion and vocals; through to soulful Sufi chants of South Asia, joyful African […]