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The benefits of music making for young people

4 years ago

 

In the first of a new series of videos about our work with fellow music education charity Music for Youth, musical directors Catherine Morley and Anne Hodgson and festival organisers Jennifer Barrett and Bryony Ford highlight the benefits of music making for young people.

Featuring Flute Smoothies and Theale Church of England Primary School ChoirMusic for Youth

ABRSM and Music for Youth

Music for Youth and ABRSM have been working together since 1995 to support young musicians across the country.

Music for Youth is a national music education charity providing free access to performance and audience opportunities for young musicians throughout the UK.

Regional festivals

ABRSM sponsors Music for Youth's regional festivals, which are open access and free for the ensembles to perform in. All types of groups of all levels of experience are welcome - at any one festival you could see choirs, brass bands, jazz groups and steel pan bands taking to the stage.

ABRSM’s support has enabled Music for Youth to expand and develop the series, providing a local platform to thousands of young instrumentalists and singers.

Further information

  • Find out more about ABRSM's work with Music for Youth
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