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Music Across the Generations


Happy 2021, Everyone!
Our 2021 Season is coming together at last.

 We're pleased to say that the Birmingham Music Club will retain
its venerable position as the oldest concert presenter with continual seasons
in the entire Southeast!  Thankfully, in spite of COVID-19,
we aren't going to have to break that long-running streak!

Please join us for
Our first event of 2021, Live-streamed from the Lyric:
 Sweethearts in Song, June 6!
And our first LIVE event of 2021:
The Magic City Clarinet Festival, August 7!

And for the return of our Young People's Concert:
Maestro Explores TV Music, October 20! 

See details for each event below, and ... 
  Stay tuned for more!
Updated 5/8/2021


June 6, 2021:
Birmingham Music Club presents
Sweethearts in Song
Directed by Kristin Kenning

 Live-Streamed from the Lyric Theatre
via YouTube & Facebook
2:30 pm

  The greatest of love songs, performed by
Terrance Brown & Tiffany Bostic-Brown,
Won & Kyoung Cho, and
Evan & Carin Gunter
Enjoy some of the greatest love songs of all time, performed by
genuine sweethearts, singing to each other, and for you!

Accompanied by Music Director John Robertson
Directed by award-winning Light Opera Director Kristin Kenning

This beautiful, heart-warming event will be live-streamed free-of-charge in order to reach all our loyal audience members plus hopefully many new ones!

As there will be no revenue from ticket sales, this live-streamed concert
will need to be fully sponsored and donor-funded.
Please consider being a sponsor or making a donation
whether large, medium, or small.
100% of your donation goes to paying the artists and renting the Lyric Theatre.
Especially given the plight of artists and theaters this past year, you can be sure that
ALL contributions are VERY MUCH needed and appreciated.

To contribute online, Click Here or go to our "Contribute" tab above, or contact
Warren Page, Development Manager
Phone: 205-999-6339    Email:


Saturday, August 7, 2021:

Birmingham Music Club presents
The Magic City Clarinet Festival
Brian Viliunas, Artistic Director
at the Birmingham Museum of Art
2000 Rev. Abraham Woods, Jr. Blvd.  35203 
10:00am - 4:30 pm
Organized by Birmingham Music Club orchestra conductor Brian Viliunas,
this all-day festival will bring clarinetists of all ages to Birmingham
for masterclasses, performances, vendors, camaraderie, and fun!

Performers include Brian Viliunas, Lori Ardovino, Osiris Molina, Meghan Merciers,

Brad Whitfield, Katrina Phillips, Lisa Oberlander, Rebekah Lamb,

The 313th Army Reserve Band Clarinetists, Michael Sadekni, the Alabama Winds, and more.


Masterclasses with faculty from Samford University, the University of Alabama,

University of North Alabama, University of Montevallo, Columbus State University,

Miles College, Talladega College, the Alabama Symphony, and more.


All Attendees are free to attend any of the Masterclasses.  In addition, this event

will include an incredible opportunity to participate as the student/performer

in a performance master class with some of the clarinet professors attending.

  If you are interested in auditioning to be the student/performer for a master class, please

 submit a YouTube video introducing yourself and an example of you playing a solo or étude.

Send the link to our Artistic Director, Brian Viliunas, by June 15.


Vendors representing Gadsden Music, Lohff and Pfeiffer,

Collins Hornworks, Rodriguez Musical Services,
Rovner ligatures, Alabama School of Fine Arts, and more, will be on hand.

Vendor Booths are $100 each, available now.
Please email for more information.
Please note that no food or drink is currently available at the Birmingham Museum of Art.
  We will have a list of nearby restaurants within walking distance.

 Attendee Ticket $50*

 *Promo Code Discounts for a Limited Time!  Order Tickets by June 15 and save with these Promo Codes!
Individual Attendee Tickets are only $30 with Promo Code EARLYBIRD, through June 15.
Buy 4 or more and your tickets are only $25 each, with Promo Code BUY4, through June 15.
Parents & Chaperones will be admitted free of charge,
and may watch the performances on a space-available basis.
Masks will be required.
Get your tickets soon - the Promo Code Discounts are only valid through June 15.



Wednesday, October 20, 2021:

Birmingham Music Club Young People's Concert:
Maestro Explores TV Music
at the Alabama Theatre
9:30 am and 12:30 pm
Music is so important in a TV show, whether as a theme song or in the background.

Join the Maestro, Young People's Orchestra, and Singers in exploring what is behind this music we sometimes take for granted.  Which instruments are playing?  Which music was newly composed for the show, and which music is really borrowed from Classical Music?  Suitable for grades 2-8 and families.  Make your tentative reservations now.  Please contact
Randi Bourdages, Ticket Coordinator
Email:    Phone/text: 205-253-1313
Stay tuned for more!

Music across the generations

 Dear Birmingham Music Club Enthusiasts,
Your Contributions are vitally important to us!

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Birmingham Music Club
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Birmingham Music Club, P.O. Box 10486, Birmingham, AL  35202

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