William Aston Hall will host an exciting event for young musicians this March. Theatr Clwyd Music Trust and Wrexham and Denbigh Music Cooperatives will come together to offer young instrumentalists and singers an incredible opportunity to develop skills with experienced music teachers, meet new people and make new friends as well as performing on the William Aston Hall stage.
Over the course of three days (25-27 March) participants will work on a range of pieces to perform to friends and family on the final day. The opportunity is open to all instruments as well as vocalists. Performers need to be age 10-18 (school years 6-13) and be roughly grades 3 to 6. No exams are required, and this is only a guide.
This is the first time for over 10 years these counties have come together to work in partnership to offer a joint opportunity for young musicians across Northeast Wales.
0 StarsThese kind of opportunities are so important for young musicians. We’re creating a pathway for their musical progression, where they can meet other musically-minded young people, create positive peer groups and raise their aspirationsCath Sewell, Director of Theatr Clwyd Music.
0 StarsVery exciting to bring together our young musicians from across three counties in this fantastic collaboration. It is great to finally see investment made in these ensembles that are so vital for self-esteem, confidence, wellbeing and skill.Heather Powell, Head of Service for Wrexham and Denbighshire Music Cooperatives
The opportunity is completely free, but there will be a small cost for the performance. For more details click here.