Inspiring children and young people

We provide vital opportunities for children and young people to engage with live orchestral music for the first time.

Find out more about some of our recent projects that are helping to inspire children and young people...

Share Sound

Share Sound developed inclusive virtual ensembles in 6 counties across England during the Covid-19 pandemic, enabling professional orchestras to work with Music Hubs and explore the digital creative space for ensemble music making.

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Cumbria Calling

Since 2016, our Cumbria Calling projects have been inspiring young musicians and have established an ever-growing young composer group in the county.

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We Have to Move On

We collaborated with Suffolk Archives, Britten Sinfonia and the National Horse Racing Museum on a project inspired by the story of Fritz Ball, a Jewish lawyer and musician who fled Nazi Germany with his family and his cello.

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"It just helped me a lot to inspire myself to be better than what I am, to be the best I am really, the best version of me." - participant

Destinies is a co-creation performance project made with looked after young people, young unaccompanied asylum seekers and professional artists.

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Musical Journeys: A Day at the Pond/Mausam

Musical Journeys: A Day at the Pond/Mausam is a brand new, multi-part digital musical resource for early years children. Featuring an ensemble from Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and South Asian Arts-uk and narrated by Seetal Kaur, children can immerse themselves in music and dance through the world of the pond.

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