The World’s Only Blind Professional Orchestra are Performing in Manchester this Weekend

The Inner Vision Orchestra is made up of five-members from a range of different backgrounds and heritage.

By Emma Davidson | 6 October 2022

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This weekend at The Stoller Hall, the Inner Vision Orchestra quintet will perform a special show celebrating nature and music from across a range of cultures. 

Led by Baluji Shrivastav OBE, members of the orchestra burst onto the world stage at the Paralympics in 2012 to perform at the closing ceremony, and have since performed live at various venues around the UK. 

With his classical Indian training, Baluji’s music and performances are often themed around climate and nature.

He has also recently released an album called the Six Seasons of India which will be arranged especially for the orchestra ahead of their Stoller Hall performance.

As well as this, Inner Vision Orchestra will perform music from their extensive repertoire which includes opera, folk and jazz.

Taking place at the iconic Stoller Hall, a venue which crafts unforgettable music experiences, it gives audiences the opportunity to experience one-of-a-kind music events in the heart of the city. 

Tickets for Inner Vision Orchestra’s Stoller Hall performance are on sale now for £20 per person.