Manchester Collective choose The Sharp Project

Manchester Collective choose The Sharp Project

Posted 29th Nov 2017 at 11:57 by ihtezaz anwar

Manchester based music content creators Manchester Collective have chosen Manchester’s creative hub, The Sharp Project, as their new base.

Manchester Collective are innovators in live performance and unique in creating a new way of theatre. With their preferred method of performing in the round, they play in a variety of well-known and lesser known venues.

In addition, Manchester Collective has a huge focus on their online audiences and streams their music on location. They produce online digital programmes and video content to engage and interact with their fans and new audiences.

The Manchester based company recently completed their first full season, playing concerts in Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield and Leeds.

Creative Director, Adam Szabo, originally from Sydney, came to Manchester to study masters at the Royal Northern College of Music.

He said: ‘’We came to The Sharp Project because of its digital offering and ethos. We believe that everyone should have access to live performance and we want to readdress a historic cultural imbalance in the arts so, as well as our concerts; we stream live performance on location to a large online audience and encourage everyone to listen and appreciate the music we perform.’’

On Saturday December 2nd Manchester Collective are staging ‘The End Of Time’ at Stoller Hall.


THE END OF TIME is the Everest of chamber works.
THE END OF TIME is silence, space, despair, and hope.
THE END OF TIME is a journey that will change you.


Sat 2 Dec 2017 at 20.00
The Stoller Hall, Manchester (map)


Presenter Tom Redmond

Fraser Langton Clarinet
Rakhi Singh Violin
Guy Johnston Cello
Simon Parkin Piano


MC / REDMOND Journey to the End of Time
MESSIAEN Quartet for the End of Time

Adam explains the concept behind the show:

Messiaen at The Stoller Hall from Manchester Collective on Vimeo.

Tickets available from here.

Find out more about Manchester Collective via here.






The Sharp Project
Thorp Road
M40 5BJ
United Kingdom