Join us for our final Regenerate event of 2021. We’ll be exploring what the streaming generation want from orchestras and how we can best engage with them on Thursday 30 September at 11am.
Recent research* shows young people are streaming classical music more than ever, with a surge of interest in the genre during the pandemic. Yet younger audiences are still in the minority at in-person orchestral events, despite efforts to create new concert formats to attract a younger demographic.
The sector's been navel-gazing about this for long enough, so we’re bringing together a panel of young people to ask them directly what their perceptions of orchestras are? What do they think of the sector’s attempts to attract and include them? How can music and the sector help support their health and wellbeing, learning and self-development.
The panel includes Alissa Moore, Cumbria Calling Young Composer, Max Louth, Youth Participation and Creative Learning Coordinator at 20Twenty Productions CIC, and Beth White, trustee and musician at Orchestras for All.
*Classical Revival Report 2020
Our last Regenerate events sold out quickly, so we encourage you to register early for this session. The event is free, as we wish to make it accessible to as wide a group of people as possible. There is the option to make a voluntary donation post-event, to support our ongoing event costs and to enable us to secure the future of the series.
Sign up to attend "Civic purpose - Engaging the streaming generation"
This event will take place on Zoom and closed captions will be available. Joining instructions will be sent to event attendees 24 hours before the event. Please note this event will be recorded.