Music For Youth Primary Proms

Event Description

The Music for Youth Primary Proms provide primary school children ages 4-11 with the opportunity to experience live music in major concert halls across the UK and encourage their involvement in music.

Taking place throughout the year these inspirational free concerts are performed by young people, for young people, providing first-hand experience of live music-making in a fun and engaging environment.

What happens at a Primary Prom? Once you’ve taken your seats among the hundreds and sometimes thousands of other children, teachers, and parents, our presenter will guide you through the concert, giving you information about the groups performing, the music they’re playing and also the instruments they’re using. (There may even be opportunities for you to join in!)

Your job? Get excited, get involved, and most importantly, have fun!


Music For Youth

3rd Floor South Wing Somerset House Strand London WC2R 1LA

About the organiser

Music for Youth is a national youth music charity working to provide young people aged 21 and under across the UK with free, life-changing performance and progression opportunities, regardless of background or musical style.

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