Following months of auditions, 9 amazing acts aged 14-18 will perform their own original music and songs from across the genres of rock, pop, jazz, rap and folk in The Royal Albert Halls’ world-famous auditorium.
About the Royal Albert Hall
The world’s leading figures in music, dance, sport and politics have appeared on the Royal Albert Hall’s stage since they opened in 1871, and now over 1.7 million people enjoy live experiences there every year, with millions more experiencing their events through broadcasts, recordings and new media channels.
The Royal Albert Hall is open to the public during the day through tours of the building, live music in Verdi, and free exhibitions, and is home to the Elgar Room, a state-of-the art small-scale performance space.
Their public benefit work is of paramount importance to them. It covers not only their own Education & Outreach programme, but also close liaison with charities and charity events, both large and small; performances at day centres and hospices; free music, exhibitions and events; their sponsorship programme, and a fascinating archive which they are working to make accessible to all.
The concert will be presented by two of the Hall’s Associate Artists; LionHeart and Jess Gillam, and will feature a special performance by Jess and her ensemble, as well as interactive moments for your students to join in.
What We Love
Future Makers will inspire your students to engage with music making and to be the next generation of creators
The concert is supported by a specially written resource pack with lesson plans & teaching ideas
A chance for your students to experience the inspiring and iconic Royal Albert Hall
You can add on a pre-show tour to your visit with an expert guide to learn more about the history of this world-famous building
Created to inspire students in KS2 & KS3
Suitable for students with SEND
1 free adult for every 10 students
No limit on size of groups
Tickets just £5 per student with add-on tours for just £3 per student
The line up
Alexandra Cojocariu from Tri-borough Music Hub
Backdrop featuring the Brooksters from Haringey Music Education Hub
Channer from Ealing Music Partnership
Cosima Accurso from Tri-borough Music Hub
Elye Cuthbertson from Brent Music Education Hub
G*R*C from Lewisham Music
Magan Wilcox from Tri-borough Music Hub
Rubyrae Thrower from Southwark Music Hub
Tomorrow’s Warriors Junior Band from Lambeth Music Education Hub
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